At the proverbial intersection of two picturesque, historical areas you’ll find the Sofitel Singapore City Centre, designed by Wilson Associates. The grandeur of the Champs-Elysees meets the cultural authenticity of Singapore’s Tanjong Pagar district for a result that is both majestic and timeless.

Tanjong Pagar is the first historic area in Singapore to be conserved under the government’s conservation plan, which restored many of the area’s buildings to their original appearance. Today, Tanjong Pagar is a fashionable district filled with thriving businesses, cafés, bars and restaurants.

Paris’ Champs-Élysées is one of the most iconic, celebrated streets in the romance capitol of the world. The name is French for “Elysian Fields”, the paradise for fallen heroes in Greek mythology, and like paradise, the tree-lined boulevard is often referred to as the world’s most beautiful avenue. The Sofitel Singapore City Centre pays homage to this awe-inspiring and memorable French boulevard.

While this hotel primarily attracts business travelers, the comfortable look and feel of the design lends itself to being a destination for the casual vacationer.