Sheraton Hotels & Resorts Holds Open House After $6 Billion Revitalization Project

The Sheraton Hotels & Resorts recently held an open house to entice hundreds of potential business partners to invest in its $6 billion global revitalization plan, which includes an investment of $2 billion in new hotels internationally.

A huge portion of this money went into new hotels in North America, with $2.3 billion spent on new hotels and $1.5 billion spent in renovations.

To showcase its new and renovated hotels the Sheraton will be inviting meeting planners, corporate travel buyers, to its hotels in North America, including: Le Centre Sheraton in Montreal, Sheraton Boston, Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers, Sheraton Birmingham Hotel, Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Sheraton Denver Hotel, Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel, Sheraton Seattle Hotel & Towers and Sheraton Waikiki Hotel.

With this open house the Sheraton hopes to impress travel leaders and business partners as it moves toward the realization of its renovations and building projects later this year.


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