Refurbished Sheraton Deira nearly complete
Sheraton Deira Hotel, a Starwood property located in the commercial district of Al Muteena Deira, announced the near completion of a major renovation project.
In a move to cater to the increasing demands of customers, the Sheraton Deira Hotel has recently completed the renovation of 180 guest rooms over three phases during the last 18 months. The hotel offers a combination of 224 rooms and suites.
MOBH, the owning company, has invested hugely for the renovation which includes upgraded classic guest rooms, banquet facilities, and re-upholstery of sofa’s and couches in public areas of the hotel, the club lounge and lobby too, which will reflect the welcoming theme and ambience of the Sheraton brand.
“Hotels in Dubai boast a high quality of service combined with world class luxurious facilites and one has to constantly improve and maintain the excellent standards in order to keep abreast of ever increasing competition from new mushrooming hotels,” said Francois Waller, the newly appointed general manager.
“Our focus at the Sheraton Deira will be on providing our guests with warm, comforting and connecting service which is the very essence and core value of a Sheraton brand so that their stay is memorable.”
The needs of the business traveller have been taken into account in the room renovations, with bathrooms in all standard rooms comprising new flooring, with granite tiles to the ceiling and the walls sporting the latest in mosaic marble tiles, plus all fixtures have been added, such as vanity counter, bidet, bathtub with enclosed glass paneling, shower taps, hair dryer, magnifying mirrors, audio speakers and lightings. All 224 guest rooms have been repainted and have a new flat screen 32” Samsung HDTV, with a working table and chair, side tables with night lamps, coffee tables, new carpets laid, new upholstery of sofa’s and curtains, TV cabinet and a room safe.
“The magnificent refurbishment project will maintain and enhance our role as a leader in the field of hospitality,” said Waller.