Accorhotels has opened the first properties under its MGallery by Sofitel brand in Israel and Brazil.
The 75-room David Tower Hotel Netanya MGallery by Sofitel opens this month, and is located on King David Street overlooking the Israeli Riviera.
Features include a swimming pool, Turkish bath, sauna, restaurant and “cozy library corner” where guests can order patisseries and tea.
Meanwhile the 43-room Hotel Santa Teresa Rio de Janeiro MGallery by Sofitel is located on the hillside of Santa Teresa overlooking the city, and features a swimming pool, spa bath, and Tereze restaurant headed up by Argentine chef Pablo Ferreyra.
Accorhotels currently 82 properties in 23 countries under the boutique MGallery by Sofitel brand, and will also open the Palazzo Livorno MGallery by Sofitel in Tuscany in June.
In the UK the MGallery portfolio includes the Francis Hotel Bath, the Queens Hotel Cheltenham, and the Castle Hotel Windsor.