THE Sheraton Deira Hotel & Towers is happy to announce its newest installation, The Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Beds, developed exclusively for Sheraton Hotels.
So far over 40,000 new beds have been introduced in Sheraton Hotels in Europe, Africa and the Middle East as part of Sheraton’s Global Roll out program of 200,000 beds.
The new luxurious beds have the specially developed 'Sheraton Sweet Sleeper bed mattress, with barrel-shaped high tensile springs individually housed in strong non-woven, synthetic material pockets. These are separately ultra-sonically sealed and joined together by a unique production process that allows each spring to move independently of its neighbour, ensuring maximum comfort and support.
The hotel also offers guests high-speed Internet in guest rooms and in the hotel’s business centre. All 224-guest rooms having recently undergone a cosmetic surgery includes smoking and non-smoking preferences in rooms and suites which are designed to satisfy the demands of the busy traveling public in today's very competitive market structure in Dubai.
Superbly situated in the busiest location of Deira, the Sheraton Deira Hotel reflects its unique surroundings while standing as a monument to the city’s dramatic growth.
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