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Sheraton Saigon opens New Grand Tower

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The Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers has officially opened its new Grand Tower. Completed in 11 months, with an investment in excess of 13 million dollars, the Sheraton Saigon now has close to 500 rooms.

Boasting some of the fastest internet speeds in the city and wireless internet in all of the Grand Tower rooms along with three unique work stations in the Grand Tower lounge area, the Sheraton Saigon ensure the guests stay connected to their loved ones or business associates. Couple this with the exclusive use of the lounge for Grand Tower guests only and the up market selection of refreshments available throughout the day, the management is confident that Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers is now in the enviable position of having one of the finest hospitality products in Vietnam.

The new Grand Towers entry level rooms are a spacious 55 square meters and are a gadget lovers paradise. All rooms are equipped with a 42 inch LCD television including a built-in digital video recorder with up to 33 hours of recording time. The television is complemented by a DVD Player which is connected to a Bose surround sound system. In addition there is a 37 inch LCD television in the Grand Tower Suite bedrooms and a 19 inch LCD television in the roomy suite bathrooms. Wired and wireless broadband with plug and play connectivity up to a 6 MBps, provides seamless connection without the need of notebook reconfiguration including very fast uploading and downloading from the internet or company intranets including iPod docking and speakers in the bedroom.

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