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Sheraton Grand Warsaw completes refurb

10 Dec 2019 by Jenni Reid
Sheraton Grand Warsaw lobby

The Sheraton Grand Warsaw has finished a renovation of its rooms and public spaces.

Sheraton brand owner Marriott said the 350-room hotel is among the first to feature the brand’s new “signature elements” that aim to add spaces for guests to gather or work.

For example, the lobby has ‘Community Tables’ for working or socialising, while private sound-proof booths will be available for calls.

The space was designed by Goddard Littlefair.

Sheraton Grand Warsaw Cucina Mia

The renovation adds two new restaurants by local Polish chef Marcin Sasin, Italian restaurant Cucina Mia (above) and Asian restaurant Inazia, which will focus on grilled meat and seafood.

These join daytime restaurant Mezzano and the new-look lobby bar (below).

Sheraton Grand Warsaw bar

Rooms have been designed by Alex Kravetz and offer desks and views across the city.

The hotel also has a Sheraton Club Lounge, available to Marriott Bonvoy Elite and Sheraton Club-level guests, eleven meeting rooms, a spa and a gym.

Sheraton Grand Warsaw

Marriott is currently aiming to reinvigorate the 82-year-old Sheraton brand, with a new logo unveiled this summer.

The future of Sheraton

“We’re delighted to unveil the new look for the Sheraton Grand Warsaw,” said John Licence, vice president of premium and select brands for Marriott International in Europe.

“The property is one of Sheraton’s first hotels to exhibit some of the brand’s newly-announced design and guest experience elements, notably, the stunning lobby which is designed to harness Sheraton’s legacy as a gathering place in the community.”

Read more about how hotels are reinventing their lobby spaces:

Hotel lobbies: Come on in

marriott.co.uk

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