The Sheraton Grand Hotel and Spa, a luxury hotel in Edinburgh, Scotland, has reopened after the completion of a re-modelling project.
The hotel is part of Sheraton Hotels and Resorts, a brand from US-based hotel company, Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide. According to the company, the recent re-modelling of the hotel includes a new and contemporary look for public areas, refurbished guest rooms and meetings complex; as well as the opening of a new restaurant and bar.
Hoyt Harper, the company global brand leader for Sheraton Hotels and Resorts, said, ‘We have spent the last few years renovating and rebuilding one of the hotel industry’s most iconic brands and Sheraton’s all-time high guest satisfaction scores are a direct result of this investment. As one of our flagship hotels, the newly renovated Sheraton Grand Hotel and Spa in Edinburgh showcases our commitment to making the brand an unparalleled leader in the hospitality sector.’
The hotel’s new look is intended to offer superior customer satisfaction to both business and leisure travellers, with 269 fully refurbished guest rooms that have a modern Scottish look; a new Sheraton Club Floor, for Club level guests; 14 flexible event rooms; and a six-story, 35,000 square foot ‘One Spa’.
The hotel is also offering new Sheraton brand signature experiences, including a Link@Sheraton communications hub in the hotel lobby with complimentary Wi-Fi and computer workstations; and a holistic fitness programme, Sheraton Fitness, programmed by Core Performance.
The hotel is being re-launched as part of a global re-branding operation, which will be seeing a worldwide rejuvenation of the Sheraton branded properties for an investment of around $6 billion.