16 DECEMBER 2019
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New signature elements for Marriott International’s Sheraton Grand brand have been incorporated into the revamped Warsaw flagship, which has reopened following a major refurbishment.
The 350-room Sheraton Grand Warsaw is in a prime city-centre location, steps from the National Museum and the Vistula River boulevards, with Warsaw Chopin Airport a 20min drive away.
Marriott International Europe vice-president premium and select brands John Licence said: “We’re delighted to unveil the new look for the Sheraton Grand Warsaw.
“The property is one of Sheraton’s first hotels to exhibit some of the newly-announced design and guest experience elements, notably the lobby, which is designed to harness Sheraton’s legacy as a gathering place in the community.”
The modern guestrooms, designed by Alex Kravetz, are filled with natural light with views across the city and aim to provide a contemporary, residential feel and offer high-tech amenities as well as a work desk.
The hotel also features a Sheraton Club Lounge, an executive space available to Marriott Bonvoy Elite and Sheraton Club level guests, while 11 flexible meeting rooms spanning 1,125sq m are available for meetings and large-scale events.
Other features include extensive spa and fitness facilities, dedicated space for exercise classes, three massage rooms, a sauna and steam room.
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