Sheraton news: renovations and Canadian resident rates

Sheraton news: renovations and Canadian resident rates

TORONTO — The Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel has wrapped up its two-year, $120 million renovation with a full overhaul of all 1,372 guest rooms and suites, as well as the completion of function space expansion and meeting room restorations.

“Toronto has blossomed into becoming one of the top destinations for both leisure and business travelers alike, and an important market for the Sheraton brand to be represented in,” said Bob Jacobs, Vice President of Brand Management, Sheraton North America. “This renovation underscores our focus on continuously enhancing our portfolio, as well as evolving the guest experience to deliver an effortless travel experience for our guests.”

All guest rooms and suites at Sheraton Centre Toronto feature completely new carpeting, vinyl, drapery, case goods, desks, chairs and LG LED 55” flat screen televisions and fully renovated bathrooms. Guests can expect a premium sleep experience with brand new custom-designed beds from Simmons.

In addition the hotel now offers more than 130,000 square feet of premium meeting and event space with the addition of the Willow and Provincial ballrooms. For more information see sheratontoronto.com.

In other Sheraton news the Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square, Pittsburgh’s only downtown riverfront hotel, is promoting a Canadian Resident rate offering 20% savings on best available rates for all days of arrival, based on advance reservations and space availability. Rate code is ‘RESFLOAT’. Proof of Canadian residency is required at check-in.