The Sheraton Park Tower hotel, Knightsbridge, has created Olympic packages for visitors to London in 2012 for the Olympic games, from 27 July till 12 August 2012.
The special Olympic package at the Sheraton Park Tower offers rates starting from £201.2 plus VAT per person per night including breakfast or a special “2012” five night package for £2012 plus tax, based on two people sharing… Taking advantage and booking early for 2012 will be a great way to avoid inflation over the next seven years!
Guests on the higher floors of the hotel, facing Hyde Park can also enjoy great views of the Olympic Triathlon events taking place in the Park below. The largest of London’s Royal Parks will have a 3,000-seater temporary grandstand overlooking the finishing area, and competitors will begin the event with a swimming leg in the Serpentine - which the Sheraton Park Tower overlooks.
The hotel is a member of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Luxury Collection portfolio, offering beautifully appointed bedrooms, from the largest standard guest rooms in London to the stunning Penthouse Suites on the 17th floor with uninterrupted panoramic views of London. Guests in the Butler and Penthouse Suites on the top three floors also enjoy their own butler, providing services such as packing and unpacking, morning coffee and afternoon tea served in the rooms, in-room check-in facilities and a complimentary pressing service, with a half bottle of champagne and petit fours served upon arrival.
Located in the heart of Knightsbridge, London, the Sheraton Park Tower is the ideal venue to stay during the Olympics 2012, just moments from Hyde Park and some of the finest shops in the world such as Harrods and Harvey Nichols, with the designer shops of Sloane Street only a few minutes walk away. Guests can relax in one of Knightsbridge’s most popular meeting places, The Piano Bar, which serves a wide range of cocktails, fine wines and spirits. The elegant Knightsbridge Lounge, located in the heart of the hotel boasts original artwork and is a perfect meeting place for morning coffee or afternoon tea.
The hotel also boasts one of London’s finest fish restaurants - One-O-One Restaurant. French Executive Chef, Pascal Proyart devotes the large part of his menus to fish, creating exquisite combinations of flavour, texture and colour.