Sheraton transforms space and design into 6 other hotels

June 17th


by Redazione
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Six new properties participate in the design renovation project of Sheraton Hotels & Resorts – The Marriott Bonvoy brand – which continues its transformation path to Europe, Medium Orient And Africa (Emea region).

Renewed design for Sheraton Amsterdam Airport, Holland; Sheraton Tel Aviv, Israel; Sheraton Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; Sheraton Frankfurt Airport, Germany; Sheraton Grand Krakow, Poland; Sheraton Djibouti, Djibouti. These hotels add to the nearly 50 transformed properties around the world.

“After the transformation of two hotels in Dubai and Istanbul, another six in the EMEA area are entering this new phase, which embodies the new vision for the brand – he explains Sandra Schulze-PotgieterVice President of Premium & Selected Brands, Europe, Middle East & Africa, Marriott International – As Sheraton continues to inspire new travel, we look forward to welcoming guests to enjoy all of the brand’s most renowned facilities, but with the addition of innovative and contemporary innovations ».

The new approach is inspired by the brand’s willingness to be al Medborgerhus, offering places to connect and work. The design balances timelessness with onefresh and modern atmosphere, to create an environment where guests feel comfortable, whether they are working, meeting or relaxing. Sheraton’s new philosophy focuses on food and drink and the seamless integration of technology.

Sheraton Amsterdam Airport Hotel and Conference Center, Holland. With direct access to Schiphol International Airport, the hotel with its 417 rooms is an example of the new generation of airport hotels. In a mix of design and technology, the renovation draws inspiration from the hotel’s location rooms inspired by Dutch flower fields, for the lawns and architecture around Schiphol, and equipped with new tools to make work easier while maintaining some of the classic Sheraton facilities, including the Sheraton Sleep Experience bed. The bathrooms have been completely redesigned with new shower enclosures and bath products from the Sheraton brand. Common spaces and services designed to promote sociability and productivity include communal tables, technical studios, and work areas in the large lobby. Open all day, the Commune Restaurant offers a vegetarian menu with local ingredients, Dutch beers and a range of gin.

Sheraton Tel Aviv, Israel. Extensively renovated to introduce the new design, with locations of aggregation for the guests. The hotel offers & More by Sheraton, the brand’s bar and market concept, which serves coffee and cakes in the morning, craft beer and cheese in the evening and quality food on the go all day. The new common rooms are also characterized by Common Tables, Studios and Stalls. The 318 rooms and suites have also been transformed into spaces full of natural light, with a warm and homely charm, with new tools for working, including height-adjustable tables with integrated charging stations. This beach hotel is a perfect destination for tourists, located in the heart of the Herbert Samuel Boardwalk and overlooking the coast. The hotel is a half-hour drive from Ben Gurion International Airport and within walking distance of Jaffa’s historic center.

Sheraton Jeddah Hotel, Saudi Arabia. Characteristic element of the city’s waterfront for over 30 years, with a exclusive location on the North Corniche, a 10-minute walk from the Jeddah Corniche Circuit. After years of renovation, it offers 172 completely redesigned rooms and suites. From 28 square meters of a basic room up to 138 square meters of the large Royal Suite, each flooded with natural light, with soft finishes and light wood tones and a breathtaking view of the Red Sea. The focal point of the transformation of the hotel, the broad elevated lobby it has been thought of as a holistic and open area. Here, the all-day Thrive Café serves international and local dishes, while the brand’s Community Tables, Tech Studios and Booths offer common or private spaces to work and connect.

Sheraton Frankfurt Airport Hotel & Conference Center, Germany. The three-year work has resulted in improvements to premium rooms and suites and the Sheraton Club. Now guests are greeted by a new always-open atrium bar, The Eatery, in the heart of the lobby, serving an American-inspired menu in a ‘vintage atmosphere, relaxed and accommodating. The new common areas include the brand’s Community Table and Studios, and as one of the leading airport hotels in Europe, the 58 meeting rooms are ideal for conferences or events for up to 1,200 people.

Sheraton Grand Krakow, Poland. It is within walking distance of Wawel Cathedral and Krakow’s Main Market Square. The hotel’s 232 residential-style rooms and suites have been renovated and offer quiet, bright rooms with city views. The lobby is a modern reinterpretation of pavilions in steel and glass found throughout the city. Urban landscape and natural world go together to create a modern interpretation of the hotel’s surroundings with a spacious interior garden and multifunctional places to work, socialize or relax. The lobby is elegant, inviting and open, featuring Sheraton’s communal tables, studios and stands. The hotel’s new culinary concept, found at Amina’s, makes it a sophisticated place where guests can gather and enjoy authentic Italian dishes and cocktails.

Sheraton Djibouti, Djibouti. The 185-room hotel is the first Sheraton in Africa to debut with the brand’s new vision after a multi-million dollar investment. The new lobby is the heart of the guest experience with a fresh, modern aesthetic and new elements such as Community Tables, Studios and & More by Sheraton. Additional facilities include a Sheraton Club lounge, a swimming pool, a private beacha 24-hour gym, updated meeting rooms and a ballroom, as well as gradually renovated rooms and suites.

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