Starwood Hotels & Resorts has announced the opening of the highly anticipated Sheraton Tucuman Hotel in Argentina.
The new property offers a vibrant, open atmosphere and all of Sheraton brand’s signature amenities and services, including Sheraton Club Lounge, [email protected] experienced with Microsoft, and Sheraton Fitness programmed by Core Performance.
It also features extensive state-of-the-art meeting facilities, making it the ideal venue for events.
The hotel is located in Tucuman, the capital of the province, facing the beautiful 9 de Julio Park, and blocks away from the city’s Historic and Civic Centre.
The property is owned by Argentine company Sol del NOA and is operated by Starwood.
“Sheraton is an icon in Latin America having been the first international hotel brand to be established in major cities, including Buenos Aires, Santiago and Lima.
“Today, Latin America boasts several of the world’s fastest growing economies and is one of the most promising for the Sheraton brand,” said Hoyt Harper, global brand leader for Sheraton Hotels & Resorts.
“Sheraton continues to be one of the most sought-after hotel brands in Latin America and around the world and as a result, we are experiencing record-breaking growth with plans to open our 500th Sheraton hotel by 2015.”
Sheraton Tucuman is the ninth Sheraton branded hotel in the country, and the tenth hotel under a Starwood brand in the country.
The hotel offers 124 spacious rooms, including six Executive Suites and a Presidential Suite.
The Sheraton Club Lounge is located on the top floor, and has a panoramic view of the park and the mountain landscape.
With more than 28,000 square feet of state-of-the-art meeting space, Sheraton Tucuman will feature one of the largest convention centres in the region.
Meeting areas include five ballrooms with the largest measuring more than 10,800 square feet and a poolside terrace that spans more than 9,500 square feet and provides sweeping views of the mountains.
The extraordinary landscape is a beautiful backdrop for events and receptions.