Ahead of the its 25th anniversary, Sheraton on the Park has redefined the luxury hotel stay with a $40 million renovation of its 557 guestrooms and Sheraton Club Lounge.
Located in the heart of Sydney’s central business district and inspired by its exclusive park side neighbourhood, Sheraton on the Park’s redesign of its 510 guestrooms and 48 suites has resulted in a more refined and residential style, with an emphasis on sophisticated, yet approachable luxury.
Led by prominent interior designer Joseph Pang, the new-look hotel combines modern design and classic elegance with a new room colour palette of subtle celadon and warm grey that evokes a sense of calm and rest.
Conventional furniture has been replaced by modern, residential pieces in a layered space that defines sleep, work and lounge zones, and each room comes complete with an expansive walk-in wardrobe and contemporary and stylish bathrooms.
Tech-savvy travellers are catered for with USB charging ports, complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, and a sizable desk with a power business chair.
“We are tremendously excited to introduce our loyal guests to a new level of discreet, luxury accommodation, as well as open our doors to discerning travellers the world over,” Sheraton on the Park, general manager, David Fraser said.
Cementing the hotel’s position as Sydney’s leading 5-star hotel, all Grand Executive guestrooms and Suites receive complimentary access to the fully refurbished Sheraton Club.
This latest renovation is part of an overall commitment by Sheraton on the Park to innovate and transform and follows a $3 million renovation of the hotel’s The Gallery, The Conservatory Bar, fitness centre, spa and rooftop terrace late last year.