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Sofitel Dalat Palace Overview


Five-star hotel Sofitel Dalat Palace stands as a vision of the French colonial style. The original
1920s style charming hotel is located at the heart of Dalat, overlooks Xuan Huong Lake in
Dalat and is surrounded by a superb park. Sofitel Dalat Palace Hotel is one of the most
beautiful and amongst the few remaining historical hotels in Southeast Asia. Sofitel Dalat
Palace was built in 1922 to lure the colonial tourist market to the salubrious hill station of
Dalat. In the early 1990’s, after decades of debilitation, the hotel became the beneficiary of a
multi-million dollar restoration by an American investment group. Today, Accour Group, who
owns the brands Novotel and Sofitel in Vietnam, manages Sofitel Dalat Palace.

It takes about 30 minutes to go to Dalat airport and 5 minutes to visit central market, Dalat
Golf Palace from the hotel.

Sofitel Dalat Palace located in 12 Tran Phu Street, Dalat, Vietnam

Sofitel Dalat Palace Facility


Sofitel Dalat Palace also offers four specially designed rooms and mall with all business
services and equipment to serve for different purposes of events or business meetings.

Sofitel Dalat Palace Restaurant and Bar


 Le Rabelais Restaurant: Enjoy the finest French cuisine and wine at The Rabelais.
Dietetic menu
 Le Rabelais Bar: offers a quiet and intimate atmosphere in elegant surroundings.
 Café De La Poste: offers Southeast Asian specialties along with international favorites
on the first floor. PK’s Disco - night-club on 2nd floor.
 Larry’s bar: offers a fun and casual environment.
 Du Parc Lobby Lounge: offers warm and friendly.
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Sofitel Dalat Palace Relaxation


 Entertainment equipment and activities
 Services for children
 Golf (Dalat Palace Golf Club)
 Sports and sightseeing activities (Mountain Bikes, Jogging Track, Horse & Carriage
Rides, Bicycles)
 Spa and fitness
 Shopping area
 Tennis court
 Shuttle service to airport & Limousine Service, Shuttle service to golf court
 Barber & Beauty Salon

Sofitel Dalat Palace and nearby attractions place


Historic monument
 Bao Dai Palace 3 : 0.30 km
 Emperor Bao Dai Palace 1 : 0.50 km
Museums
 Dalat Museum : 0.30 km
Special tourist area
 Prenn waterfall : 10.00 km
 Xuan Huong Lake : 0.10 km
Botanical gardens
 Dalat Gadern : 2.00 km
Stadium
 Dalat Stadium : 0.50 km
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Sofitel Dalat Palace Room


All 43 rooms, 4 suites and 1 presidential suite have French colonial furnishings and an
exclusive palatial design. All rooms offer every amenity that is expected from a luxury hotel,
including exquisite decors, IDD telephones, satellite TVs, music channels, mini-bars,
hairdryers, bathtub, private safes and WiFi wireless Internet access. Fireplaces grace most the
rooms. A concierge assists with special requirements.
 Superior Room
 Luxury Room
 Luxury Room Club Sofitel
 Suit
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Dalat Palace Golf Location


The 18-hole Dalat Palace Golf Club is located on the pine hill that overlooks Xuan Huong
Lake. It is the only golf court in South East Asia with bent grass tees, fairways and greens
considered the ultimate playing surface in golf. A golf retreat soothes the senses, invigorates
the body and calms the mind.

History Dalat Palace Golf - One of the oldest golf club


in Asia
 The renowned French architect, Ernest Hebrard, established Dalat Palace Golf Club
since 1922.
 Around 1930, the renowned golf court architecture firm, Colt & Alison, listed the
“Ville de Dalat” in “Indo China” as one of the courts in their worldwide portfolio.
 However, the golf court in Dalat was officially open for play in 1932 when Bao Dai,
the country’s most prominent golf supporter, came back to Vietnam.
 The court is promoted in English-language brochure in 1933.
 At the time of Bao Dai’s abdication in 1945, the court at Dalat was abandoned and was
overwhelmed by local vegetarian.
 The layout’s savior, a medical doctor named Dao Huy Hach, revived the court, in the
late 1959. In 15 years restoration, doctor Hach re-established the original nine holes and
began construction of a second nine with the free assistance of the USGA. About 3
million VND (US$17,000) was spent to bring back the court and clubhouse - a Le
Tourquet style villa that is one of hundreds the French built in Dalat throughout the
1930s and 1940s.
 In 1960s, golf club had about 40 members, most from the embassy staffs and foreign
construction companies in the area.
 In1965, these nine holes were open for play - with a sand and motor oil mix standing in
for grass on the greens
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 In early 1966, the champion of the U.S. Open at San Francisco’s Olympic Club, Casper
played the court on a tour of Vietnam organized by the U.S. State Department.
 From 1975 to 1993, the court was left to grow over once again.
 In 1993, a joint venture project between Danao International Holdings Limited (US
based) and Lam Dong Province resulted in the renovation of the first nine holes and the
completion of the second nine.
 The court was christened Dalat Pine Lake Golf Club in 1993,
 Then the court became Dalat Palace Golf Club in 1995.

Dalat Palace Golf - Achievement and title


 Asian Golf Monthly hailed the Dalat Palace GC as one of the ten best courts in all Asia
 Vietnam Golf Magazine voted "Most Beautiful Court in Vietnam" in 2007
 Biennial Planet Golf surveys of the top golf courts in countries around the world, Golf
Digest (USA) in 2001, 2003, 2005 and 2007 has hailed the Dalat Palace GC as the top
court in Vietnam
 The International Association of Golf Travel Operators recognized Vietnam as its 2007
“Undiscovered Golf Destination of the Year.”
 Dalat Palace Golf is also a member of the Finest Golf Clubs of The World