Sheraton has completed the refurbishment of its two London
Heathrow properties, including the addition of Club rooms and a lounge at the
All 426 rooms at the Sheraton Heathrow have been renovated, and
the number of Club rooms at the property has been nearly doubled to 98.
Meanwhile sister property the Sheraton Skyline now boasts 65 Club rooms, along
with a Club lounge (pictured).
The additions are the result of the “huge success” of Club rooms since
they were introduced at the Sheraton Heathrow last year. All Club rooms include
the brand’s signature Sheraton Sweet Sleeper bed, sofa area, complimentary
bathrobes, slippers and upgraded amenities, and unlimited access to the
Sheraton Club Lounge.
The lounge is open 24 hours (accessible via guests’ keycards and manned between 6am and 10.30pm), and
offers complimentary continental breakfast, drinks and hot / cold snacks
throughout the day, departure and arrival screens, a 42-inch flatscreen TV, and
two computer terminals with free internet access. Business Traveller recently
visited the new lounge at the Sheraton Skyline, and found it to be comfortable,
with a good range of breakfast choices (including bacon, eggs, cold meats, pastries,
cereals, fruit and yoghurts), and plenty of newspapers and magazines. There is
a communal breakfast bar, as well as sofas in the TV areas, and several
coffee-style tables for guests.
Both Sheraton hotels are located along the Bath Road, with easy access by taxi, the
National Express Hoppa bus service, or local Transport for London buses. Room rates start from £79, with
a £40 supplement for Club rooms at the Sheraton Heathrow, and £45 at the
Sheraton recently won Best Business Hotel Chain Worldwide at this year’s Business Traveller Awards – for the full list of winners click here.
For more information visit sheraton.com.
Report by Mark Caswell