The transformation of Sheraton Hotels & Resorts – the most global brand within Marriott Bonvoy’s portfolio of 30 extraordinary hotel brands – continues to gain momentum in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) with five redesigned properties exemplifying the modernised design concept.
Sheraton’s design programme continues to gain momentum in EMEA with revamped properties unveiled in Amsterdam, Jeddah, Frankfurt, Krakow and Djibouti. The hotels join the growing number of properties around the world displaying the brand’s design transformation, with nearly 50 hotels expected to be completed by the end of the year.
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With Expo 2020 opening and the country celebrating its golden jubilee, Goran Stojkovic, general manager at the Sheraton Dubai Creek Hotel & Towers, is keen to highlight the recovery in the United Arab Emirates’ hospitality market. Here he tells Breaking Travel News editor, Chris O’Toole, about the property he leads and the honour of being nominated at the World Travel Awards
The five-star Sheraton Jumeirah Beach Resort has long considered the best recreational haven in Dubai. Here Breaking Travel News takes a tour of the venerable property
Drawing on its roots as a community hub for locals and guests at flagship locations globally, the new approach for Sheraton creates an intuitive and holistic experience with places to connect.
The 342-room hotel will be the first fully transformed hotel in Asia-Pacific to bring to life the new vision of the brand as part of a worldwide transformation.
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.