Marriott International has unveiled plans to revamp the Sheraton Hotels & Resorts brand, the third largest in its portfolio, and the largest outside of North America in terms of room count.
The milestone further solidifies Marriott International’s portfolio across west Africa and seeks to revolutionise the hospitality landscape in the country through Sheraton’s distinct product offering coupled with its commitment to go above and beyond for its guests.
Honoured with the title of Kuwait’s Leading Hotel by the World Travel Awards, Mazen Al Mhana, complex director of sales and marketing, Sheraton Kuwait, A Luxury Collection Hotel, tells Breaking Travel News how it feels to have won.
Marriott International has appointed Christopher Moore as the new general manager of Sheraton Petaling Jaya Hotel.
James Dugan has been appointed executive chef at Sheraton Grand London Park Lane, bringing with him a wealth of culinary experience from a career within the luxury hospitality sector spanning 24 years.
Having first opened its doors during 1927, the Sheraton Grand London Park Lane was a well-known haunt of the Bright Young Things of 1920s Mayfair, serving cocktails to many renowned celebrities and VIPs throughout its history. Now, partnering with drinks historian Rebecca Dale, the property has launched a new series of drinks as it seeks to revive its former glories. Chris O’Toole ducks in for Breaking Travel News to see what is on offer.
Marriott International has further expanded in Algeria with the opening of its seventh hotel in the country, Sheraton Annaba. The company already operates six hotels in Algeria including Constantine Marriott Hotel, Renaissance Tlemcen Hotel, Sheraton Club des Pins, Sheraton Oran, Le Meridien Oran and Four Points by Sheraton Oran amounting to 1,580 rooms.
Sheraton Hotels & Resorts will open the Sheraton Huangdao Hotel, located within the Qingdao Economic and Technological Development Zone. The opening of Sheraton Huangdao Hotel marks the third property in Qingdao, underscoring the popularity and demand for Marriott’s most global brand in the region.
London’s Bright Young Things were out in force last night as the Sheraton Grand London Park Lane celebrated its new look following a multi-million pound renovation. Marking the start of an exciting new chapter in its 90-year history, the Mayfair icon entertained VIPs and guests with live acts in the hotel’s renowned art deco ballroom, British-inspired cocktails and canapés in the new Smith & Whistle bar and show-cooking stations in the hotel’s Italian restaurant, Mercante.
Thomas Flindt, general manager, Sheraton Bahrain Hotel, talk to Breaking Travel News about their success at the World Travel Awards.