Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel recently celebrated the completion of a $10 million dollar renovation in honor of its 20th anniversary.
The hotel's comprehensive refurbishment program included the reinvention of the lobby, revitalization of guestrooms and upgrading of its
meeting facilities in preparation of the hotel's re-launch as a leading international conference facility. As part of its refurbishment, Sheraton
Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel now offers a host of Sheraton signature comforts for the first time in Japan.
Owned by a joint venture between Starwood Hotels & Resorts and a fund managed by Morgan Stanley Real Estate, Sheraton Grande Tokyo
Bay Hotel is one of Japan's favorite hotels and an official hotel for Tokyo Disney Resort, which commemorates its 25th anniversary this
"This very timely refurbishment will position Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel as one of the leaders in the family, conference and incentive
markets, in a destination that attracts travelers from around the world," said Lothar Pehl, Regional Vice President for Starwood Hotels in
Japan, Korea and Guam. "The warm and welcoming revitalized guestrooms will be enhanced by the brand's signature comforts, designed
to make them feel at home. Meanwhile, the new Sheraton brand guest programs will ensure that guests can bring their lifestyle on the road
and make connections while travelling."
All areas of the hotel - from the lobby, restaurants and recreational facilities to the spacious guest rooms and suites - will boast a warm, new
look and provide opportunities to connect with friends and loved ones. Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel will be the first hotel in Japan to
introduce the Link@ Sheraton, which will be located at the heart of the resort's energetic lobby. In this sleek communications hub, guests
can catch up on emails, enjoy a board game, watch television with friends, relax with a good book or enjoy a selection of gourmet treats
from the Link@Sheraton snack menu. The inviting ambience of the lobby will be enhanced by the
brand's new signature lobby scent "Open Skies," the new Sheraton soundtrack, custom-designed lighting and garden-inspired botanicals - all designed to create a genuine and warm
welcome for guests.
Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel will also re-energize its dining options by introducing two new restaurants. At TOASTINA, guests will be
invited to indulge in a variety of freshly prepared items, included several toasted selections. The casual and lively ambience will make it
a perfect spot to connect with friends and
colleagues, while enjoying live music and tasty food. Guests will also be able to enjoy enticing
entrees at the new MAIHAMA - Teppanyaki Grill.
In their rooms, guests
should benefit from the Sheraton Sweet Sleeper bed, a nine-layered custom-designed ensemble boasting
comfortable, plush mattress, fluffy down hypoallergenic pillows, crisp cotton sheets, cozy blanket and signature blanket and duvet. Guests
can also check their email using the hotel's high-speed Internet access, channel
surf on the flat screen televisions and make calls in the roomy work area.
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