The Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel & Casino is celebrating its 10th anniversary on the island with a new general manager and the announcement of a $10 million renovation, starting with its 503 guest rooms, the lobby and bar areas as well as an upgrade to the 35,000 square feet of meeting space.
The ownership group, Interlink Construction, will embark on a multimillion-dollar phased transformation and has developed a major renovation plan for the hotel that completely reimagines the public spaces and guestroom experience. In addition, the owners will work closely with the hotel team to enhance the existing guest touch points, such as the hotel’s beverage and culinary offerings, the Sheraton Club and more.
As part of its 10-year anniversary, the Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel & Casino has welcomed Roberto Mosquera as its new general manager, responsible for the overall hotel performance and operations. Bringing more than two decades-long of experience in the hospitality sector, Roberto will continue to grow the hotel's prominent position within the local and international markets.
The new design is inspired by the natural landscape of the island, the urban environment surrounding the property and the social exchange of many cultures that blend throughout the history of Puerto Rico. The color palette is subtle with gray contrasts and wooden elements that combine altogether, while mid-century furniture accentuates the contemporary aesthetic of the design.
The improvements are scheduled to be completed in the last quarter of 2020. Once transformed, the property will reflect the newly redesigned Sheraton brand look, becoming one of the first to do so in the Caribbean and Latin America.