The new look of Sheraton Hotels & Resorts has made its debut in Canada via extensive renovations at three flagship properties in Canada—Sheraton Gateway Hotel in Toronto International Airport, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel and Le Centre Sheraton Montreal Hotel. These hotels join the growing number of properties around the world exemplifying the brand’s design transformation, with nearly 50 hotels expected to be completed by the end of the year.
“This marks another significant moment for Sheraton as our new vision arrives in Canada and continues to build momentum for our transformation journey around the world,” said Amanda Nichols, global brand leader, Sheraton Hotels & Resorts. “We have long been part of the social fabric of communities across Canada and as travel resumes, we look forward to welcoming guests into this exciting new chapter for Sheraton.”
Drawing on its roots as a community hub for locals and guests, the new approach for Sheraton creates an intuitive and holistic experience with spaces to connect, be productive and help travelers feel connected to the local community, according to the brand. In addition to seamless technology integration and an elevated food and beverage philosophy, the layered design balances a sense of timelessness with a fresh and modern feel.
Sheraton has nearly 20 hotels in Canada, with six slated for transformation completion by end of 2023.
Sheraton Gateway Hotel in Toronto International Airport
Following nearly two years of renovation work, the 484-room Sheraton Gateway Hotel in Toronto International Airport has completed a $30-million makeover bringing technology, design and style to the international stopover.
The only property directly connected to the Toronto airport has a new arrival experience, and the lobby (pictured above) features brand signatures such as the Community Table, The Studios, soundproof Booths and &More by Sheraton, the brand’s signature bar/coffee/market concept. Additional amenities include a Sheraton Club lounge; swimming pool and whirlpool; 24-hour fitness room and Peloton studio; updated meeting spaces; and completely remodeled guestrooms and suites.
Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel
The Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel has been completely reimagined with renovations and enhancements from top to bottom that continue to roll out throughout 2022 and mark the most extensive renovation in the hotel’s 50-year history, according to the brand.
As part of the first phase of the property’s reimagining, the Sheraton Club on the 43rd floor has a new look. Guests will also find updated food and beverage offerings, premium amenities, enhanced connectivity and 24/7 access to provide a private environment. The second phase introduces two new food and beverage outlets including the recently opened Dual Citizen and 43 Down, which will open this spring.
The final phases are expected to roll out this spring with the unveiling of public spaces and amenities that foster community-building and productivity. Additionally, the indoor/outdoor heated pool experience is slated to reopen this summer.
Le Centre Sheraton Montreal Hotel
Located in the heart of downtown Montreal, the newly renovated Le Centre Sheraton Montreal Hotel has 825 guestrooms and suites, which feature work tables, integrated power and charging and layered lighting.
The Sheraton Club, located on the 37th floor of the hotel, is expected to reopen this May with a new look. Other amenities include a sixth-floor terrace, indoor lap pool, jacuzzi, spa and 24-hour fitness center.