The Sheraton Suzhou Hotel & Towers has opened the
Towers Wing. The four-floor Towers Wing featuring a selection of deluxe rooms, restaurants, lounges
as well as MICE facilities, has been designed under the creative
eye of the renowned Singaporean designers, Palmer & Turner Company.
Balancing classical with contemporary design; reflective of the overall
theme and aesthetics of the main hotel, the property boasts a unique
architecture of ancient Chinese grandeur and features of
To preserve the cultural scenery of
Suzhou, Sheraton has removed a number of guest rooms so that
tourists can enjoy the stunning view of the Auspicious Light
Pagoda from different angles.
Comprised of 99 deluxe rooms
and suites, the guestrooms are a blend
of space and comfort with even the smallest rooms measuring a generous 42 sqm. Suites start from 75 sqm, with the complex suites reaching up to
172sqm of which, 25 sqm is dedicated to a garden area. The rooms are
designed to allow as much natural light to shine into the lavish
interior as possible, without compromising the privacy of hotel guests.
A terrace is available in all guestrooms on the first floor,
offering unobstructed views of the peaceful river. For guests staying on
the second floor, the exclusive garden attached to each room offers
privacy, while guestrooms on the third floor are constructed to allow
maximum natural sunlight.
On the fourth floor, all suites
encompass a delicate hanging garden with decorative
mountain rockery and pavilions, replacing clamors with
Exceptional views of Auspicious Light
Pagoda can be enjoyed directly from certain guestrooms
and parts of the atrium. Greeting guests each morning
are the black and white exterior of surrounding
auspicious flower in traditional Chinese culture, is used to add a sweet
garden aroma to the Towers Wing. This light fragrance is omnipresent,
from the entrance hallways all the way to guestroom gardens.
The Osmanthus flower is one of the most celebrated flowers in China as it
gained fame in the ancient legend of “Wu Gang Chopping Osmanthus Tree on
Gastronomes who enjoy Italian food and wines will not want to miss the
Bene Italian Kitchen, the restaurant of the Towers Wing. The Italian
Brasserie styled concept is built around quality produce with a creative
team of chefs working in its kitchens. Chief Chef Cimmino Roberto Bene’s
menu celebrates the rich heritage and traditions of time-honored Italian
cooking with a modern touch and introduces world-renowned Italian
cuisine to local connoisseurs.
Also accessible to guests is a
Towers lounge area found in The Towers Wing which is an ideal place to
spend the day reading a book or to gather with friends before a night
out, enjoying the best wines and light food.
Sheraton Suzhou Hotel & Towers also has comprehensive conference and
banquet facilities. The 5 meeting rooms in the Towers Wing reach
up to 190 sqm, offering an ideal choice for board meetings and VIP
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