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Sheraton Hotels to Enhance Spa Experience with Nectar

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Starwood Hotels & Resorts and Spatality Holdings have entered into a multi-year agreement under which Nectar Spa and its affiliates will make the upscale Nectar Spa brand available at Sheraton properties worldwide beginning in 2009.

The new spa experience is part of a brand-wide effort to enhance the iconic Sheraton brand, which includes an investment of over $4 billion in new hotels, upgrading 100 hotels in the U.S. - nearly half its North American portfolio - renovating 50,000 guestrooms and re-designing more than 100 new lobbies.

The Nectar spa brand was developed specifically for the hospitality industry. Nectar's complete program of treatments includes a variety of signature massages, body treatments, facials, manicures/pedicures as well as custom options developed specifically for the Sheraton brand.

Research reveals that eight out of 10 Sheraton guests are likely to consider using spa services when traveling, including male guests, the majority of which prefer to visit spas only when traveling.

"Nectar will be an invaluable, welcome addition to the Sheraton guest experience," said Hoyt H. Harper, II, senior vice president for Sheraton.
"We know our guests will value an exceptional spa experience with a welcoming atmosphere. With this global agreement, we plan to make spa a cornerstone of the Sheraton brand experience, one that guests will truly embrace as part of their lifestyle."

 Other notable enhancements that the Sheraton brand is currently implementing include a new lobby environment, re-designed guest rooms and a revolutionary new health and fitness program.

Nectar will make the new spa offering available under license/franchise agreements to current and future Sheraton owners.

"Spatality's expertise in the spa field will bolster our ability to help Sheraton properties worldwide create more comfortable and memorable guest experiences," said Mia Kyricos, Director, Spa Development for Starwood. "This relationship also underscores Sheraton's commitment to the business of spa which is increasingly impacting rate and occupancy at upper-upscale hotels worldwide."

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