TORONTO — The Sheraton Toronto Airport Hotel and Conference Centre has completed a multi-million-dollar renovation that has upgraded guestrooms, meeting spaces and the Club lounge, lobby and Olio Mediterranean Grille, it was announced Jan. 26.
The 249 upgraded guestrooms now sport a residential design. All rooms feature a moveable desk, custom-designed ergonomic chair and chaise lounge. Rooms also feature refrigerators, in-room safes, flat-screen LCD televisions and new artwork, Starbucks coffee makers and the new Sheraton Signature Sleep Experience.
As part of the renovation, the hotel has introduced a deluxe guestroom category with additional space on higher floors featuring views of the airport and golf course. The hotel has also expanded the Club Lounge’s capacity and increased the number of Club Level guestrooms.
Meeting facilities, comprising 26,000 square feet across 12 conference and function rooms, have been upgraded with new carpet, vinyl, artwork and lighting throughout. Much of the meeting space offers floor-to-ceiling windows showcasing natural light and providing courtyard views in select rooms.
The refreshed lobby offers communal seating. Off the lobby is Olio Mediterranean Grille, outfitted with upgraded furniture and a new grey themed colour scheme.
Sheraton Club guests now receive upgraded amenities, as well as complimentary continental breakfast, beverages and evening hors d’oeuvres in the refurbished Sheraton Club Lounge.
Sheraton Hotels & Resorts offers more than 440 hotels in over 70 countries around the world. Sheraton participates in the Starwood Preferred Guest loyalty program, in which members can link accounts with Marriott Rewards and The Ritz-Carlton Rewards for instant elite status matching and unlimited points transfer.
Marriott International, Inc. offers nearly 6,000 properties in 120 countries and territories. The company operates and franchises hotels and licenses vacation ownership resorts under 30 brands. Marriott began operations in Canada in 1986 with the opening of the Toronto Airport Marriott. Today, the company’s presence in Canada has grown to more than 214 properties spanning 19 brands.