Sheraton Dallas Hotel Launches Redesigned Guest Rooms as Part of $90 Million Renovation
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Sheraton Dallas Hotel Launches Redesigned Guest Rooms as Part of $90 Million Renovation New rooms focus on comfort with addition of Sheraton Sweet Sleeper(TM) beds DALLAS, March 13 /PRNewswire/ -- The Sheraton Dallas Hotel announced today that the first group of redesigned guest rooms, featuring the brand's signature Sheraton Sweet Sleeper(TM) bed, are now available to guests in search of a relaxing urban getaway. Renovation of the guest rooms in the north and center towers is part of the hotel's $90 million project, of which the hotel component will be complete in June 2009. In addition to the guest rooms, which are also serving as the new design template for Sheraton hotels across the nation, the renovation project includes a comprehensive redesign of the hotel's public spaces such as the lobby, meeting rooms and convention center. "Every detail of our newly renovated guest rooms, including the color scheme, artwork, lighting and furniture layout, has been designed to create a sense of comfort and belonging for our guests," said Ray Hammer, general manager of the Sheraton Dallas Hotel. "The final result truly provides a tranquil environment that, without a doubt, will help to ease the many burdens our guests experience when they travel so they feel right at home." The hotel's redesigned rooms have been created in response to guests' preferences for flexible room layouts through development of zones. The spotlight is on the resting zone, which features the brand's signature Sheraton Sweet Sleeper bed. This one-of-a-kind bed features a plush mattress, warm blanket, comfortable duvet, crisp sheets and hypoallergenic pillows. The Sheraton Sweet Sleeper bed helps guests start their day relaxed and refreshed. Additional zones include a welcome area, a "connection zone" comprised of a modular, mobile desk that accommodates a guest's need for work, meeting space, entertainment or dining, and a re-energizing bathroom area that is designed to minimize clutter and maximize space. The rooms also include state-of-the-art technology features, such as flat panel HDTVs and iPod docking stations, as well as energy-saving features such as fluorescent lights, motion sensors and energy reducing appliances. For more information about the Sheraton Dallas, or to make a reservation, visit www.sheraton.com/Dallas. From the U.S. and Canada, reservations for any Sheraton hotel worldwide may be obtained by calling 1-800-325-3535 or logging onto www.starwoodhotels.com/sheraton. SOURCE Sheraton Dallas Hotel Molli Samuels, ext. 22, email@example.com, or Michelle Frith, ext. 14, firstname.lastname@example.org, both of Cooksey Communications, +1-972-580-0662, for Sheraton Dallas Hotel