Sheraton Kauai renovates for $24 mn

Sheraton Kauai Resort will soon embark on a $24 million renovation project, which will include the rooms, public areas and restaurants. The new room design for the Sheraton Kauai Resort is the first installation of “Tropical,” one of Sheraton’s five unique lifestyle guestroom packages.

The room interior was designed to give guests a warm and comforting environment that connects them to their vacation destination.

Sheraton Kauai Resort’s room renovation will begin in May and is anticipated to be completed by September of this year. To minimize any inconvenience to those staying at the property, the hotel has strategically planned to complete the renovation in phases, one building at a time. Public areas and restaurants will also be included in this project following the complete room renovation.

The initial phase of the renovation project will include all 412 rooms on both the Ocean and Garden wings. Featured in the room will be the highly acclaimed Sheraton Sweet Sleeper bed. All king bedded rooms in the Ocean and Beach wings will feature four poster beds.

King bedded rooms in the Garden Wing and all double bedded rooms will have quarter canopies. The room furniture has simple and clean lines and the dark wood of the furniture creates a nice contrast to the warm and comforting yellow and cream hues of the walls, plush gold carpets and curtains. Blue accents are incorporated in the room’s d├ęcor to highlight the ocean. A 32-inch LCD flat screen TV sits on a credenza, which conceals a refrigerator and coffee/tea service. The Garden wing rooms will feature more modest updates to the rooms and bathrooms while still keeping the impact of the renovated look.

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The bathrooms will have new tiles and granite tops with tan hues reflective of the sands of Poipu Beach. Combination bathtub and showers will feature curved shower rods for a roomier shower experience. Bathroom vanities are designed in a free-standing furniture style reflective of today’s design elements. Standard towel bars are replaced by teak ladders for an island twist. A small box sits on one rung of the ladder as a place for bath amenities and toiletries.

Lanais will boast new rattan furniture with plush cushions, and a textured mat made of natural fibers beckons bare feet and is symbolic of old Hawaii. The new lanais are the perfect place to savor an ocean sunset or delight in the tropical garden views.

Formal plans on the public areas and restaurant are forthcoming and a detailed announcement will follow.
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