American hospitality major Marriott International has opened the Sheraton Grand Bengaluru Whitefield Hotel and Convention Center on Tuesday. Marriott is the first global hospitality group to reach 100 hotels in India.
This 360-room property is a 90-minute drive from the Bengaluru international airport. Room categories are Deluxe rooms, Deluxe Pool View rooms, Executive Deluxe rooms and Junior suites. In-room amenities provided include an LCD TV, minibar, coffee maker and free wifi.
Dining options include the all-day M Café which serves continental cuisine, M Bar for craft cocktails and creative finger food, the Italian Alto Vino restaurant and the Whitefield Bar and Grill for poolside barbecue. There is also a deli from where guests can pick up fresh bread, pastries, quiches and other baked goods on the go.
Guests booked in the Executive category have access to the Executive Lounge which offers complimentary business services, food and drinks.
The hotel is well-equipped to handle MICE events with 951 sqm of meeting spaces. This includes a a pillar-less ballroom and conference rooms with audio visual facilities.
Dining options include the all-day M Café which serves continental cuisine, M Bar for craft cocktails and creative finger food, the Italian Alto Vino restaurant and the Whitefield Bar and Grill for poolside barbecue nights. There is also a deli from where guests can pick up fresh bread, pastries, quiche and other baked goods on the go.
For leisure, there is an outdoor swimming pool and a 24-hour fitness center which offers complimentary fitness classes.
The property also houses Serene Spa by Heaven on Earth which offers a full range of therapies including beauty treatments, facials, Ayurvedic massages, a steam room and eye and hair treatments.
“With the opening of the 360-room Sheraton Grand Bengaluru Whitefield Hotel, we have achieved the milestone of 100 hotels in India. India is one of our most important markets in Asia, with the second highest number of hotels after China. With India’s growing economy and rising middle class, we see a huge opportunity in the country,” says Paul Foskey, chief development officer at Marriott International.