The Sheraton Denver Downtown has revealed a full-scale renovation of its guestrooms, lobby, public and meeting spaces as part of Sheraton’s worldwide transformation of its guest experience vision.
The completion of this $80-million hotel renovation will also forever change the face of the hotel and Denver’s 16th St. Mall. Sheraton Denver Downtown has long been a familiar anchor in Downtown Denver, serving as a meetings/events hotel. Today, this transformation journey is officially complete, with all aspects of the hotel updated and refreshed including a new arrival experience, 133,000 sq. ft. of renovated meeting space and 1,236 newly redesigned guestrooms and 138 suites as well as new culinary and beverage experience. Sheraton Denver Downtown is among the first in the country to undergo the larger brand revitalization that will ultimately transform all future Sheraton hotels.
“As soon as the pandemic hit, Marriott International started developing tools and resources for all our hotels to fit out their hotels with the necessary safety precautions, but without sacrificing on style,” said Amanda Nichols, global brand leader, Sheraton Hotels. “The guides available for hotels cover everything from attractive, brand-appropriate shields for check-in desks, dividers for social spaces, hand sanitizing stations and signage; and even guidance on how to arrange furniture in a socially-distant but still aesthetically pleasing and natural manner. At Sheraton, we believe our new design vision lends itself well to natural social distancing, with open, free-flowing spaces, allowing guests to work and relax without being on top of other people.”