Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel and Towers has been a staple in the city for almost half a century.
Hong Kong – Sheraton Hotels & Resorts is debuting its new modernized guest rooms at the iconic Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel and Towers. The newly renovated hotel exemplifies the brand’s worldwide transformation of its guest experience and showcases signature key elements from the new concept that aim to create an environment where guests can feel comfortable and at ease, whether working, meeting, or relaxing.
Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel and Towers has been a staple in the city for almost half a century. Following nearly 10 months of renovation work, the hotel has been completely reimagined its guest rooms with renovations and enhancements continue to roll out throughout 2022.
As part of the first phase of the property’s reimagining, Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel and Towers is ready to welcome guests to 100 newly renovated guest rooms and suites. The serene, light-filled spaces range in size from a 290 sq ft Deluxe Room to a sprawling 829 sq ft Harbour View Suite. In the new guest rooms, guests are welcomed into a bright, well-lit space with warm, residential appeal, comprised of soft finishes and light wood tones. The rooms have been reimagined with integrated power and charging equipment and layered lighting; while still retaining some of the classic Sheraton signature amenities, including the luxurious Sheraton Sleep Experience platform beds. The bathrooms have also been completely redesigned with new and modern walk-in showers and bath amenities by Gilchrist & Soames. The second phase of the renovated guest rooms will be launched in December.
In May, the hotel also displayed the new Sheraton logo which signaling a new chapter for Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel and Towers. The new Sheraton logo pays homage to the past and reflects the brand’s holistic vision for the future, making Sheraton the central gathering place of communities around the world, welcoming guests and locals alike.
From now to December 28, 2022, guest can book the ‘Gourmet Eatcation’ package which they can enjoy the newly transformed guest room while indulging in a chef-recommended set dinner menu at Oyster & Wine Bar or Japanese Chef menu at Unkai Japanese Cuisine.
“We are excited to unveil our reimagined guest rooms and bring to life Sheraton’s global design vision in our property,” said Mr. Michael Müller, General Manager of Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel and Towers. “In the past 40+ years, we have been offering guests the time-honored assurance of a welcoming community. We are proud to have built on this legacy in the new concept and offer guests the familiar comforts yet fresh and contemporary updates.”