Following an announcement from Marriott in 2018 of its plans to refresh the brand for modern travellers, the completion of the renovations at six hotels is an important milestone in the journey.
Marriott has signed an agreement with Grupo Hoteles Panamericano to bring the Sheraton Hotels brand to Bariloche, a major tourism centre located in the foothills of the Argentinean Andes.
Previously occupying three inter-connected buildings with 1,008 rooms, the Sheraton Frankfurt Airport Hotel & Conference Centre has been divided to allow for a 779-room Sheraton hotel and a 233-room Marriott hotel.
The 350-guestroom hotel, set in the heart of the historic capital, is one of the first Sheratons worldwide to boast some of the brand’s new signature elements.
Marriott International has welcomed the opening of Sheraton Milan San Siro, following a multi-million-pound renovation of the former Grand Hotel Brun.
Portland Sheraton at Sable Oaks has become the first property in the world to display the new Sheraton logo. It is the first new branding for the organisation in more than 40 years and comes as Marriott International continue transformation efforts at its most global brand.
Sheraton Hotels & Resorts has unveiled the transformation of the Sheraton Grand Tbilisi Metechi Palace following a full-scale renovation. Carrying the Sheraton Grand designation, the property truly delivers on the heritage and sophisticated design that characterises these hotels.
The new design reflects the brand’s holistic vision for the future, making Sheraton the central gathering place of communities around the world.
Designed by boutique multi-disciplinary design practice, Topo Design Studio, the newly transformed resort now exhibits Maldivian architecture with a contemporary twist reflecting the five-star experience guaranteed at the property.
Marriott has introduced Emilio Fortini as general manager of Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort & Spa, North Malé Atoll, Maldives.
Marriott International has purchased the 1,000-room Sheraton Grand Phoenix hotel for $255 million. Marriott has plans for a significant renovation covering the downtown Phoenix hotel’s guest rooms and public space to transform the property into a cutting-edge model for the Sheraton brand.