With new club rooms, Sheraton moves to regain lost ground
Located on the 5th and 6th floor of the hotel in Ikeja, intuitive design blends seamlessly with local cultural elements and permeates through the re- energised interiors of the rooms to provide a sense of place. The hotel has also opened an all-new Sheraton® Club Lounge, the brand’s exclusive lounge destination that provides upgraded access and enhanced privileges.
According to its Area General Manager for Nigeria Barry Curran, “the renovation of our Club Rooms and Suites and the Sheraton® Club Lounge at the Sheraton Lagos underscores the brand’s new elevated and customized approach to design as part of Sheraton 2020, a 10-point plan designed to put Sheraton back in the global spotlight and solidify its positioning as a leading global hotel brand of choice, everywhere”
Curran added that, “we are confident that these modern enhancements and added amenities will further empower our guests and enable them to experience more during their stay.”
A recent visit shows that all of the 107 Sheraton Club Rooms and Suites have been completely redesigned in order to create a modern and elegant experience. With special attention to detail, the rooms come equipped with the renowned Sheraton Signature Sleep Experience, providing unmatched comfort.
Meanwhile, particular attention has been given to the lighting to ensure efficient task lighting where required and just the right level of ambient light for relaxation. The use of a mosaic pattern on the wall tiling adds intricate detail to the room. The bathrooms are thoughtfully designed using quality materials and fittings with premium bath amenities.
On the other hand, the Club Lounge, which combines intuitive design with a higher level of comfort and access, provides guests with added privileges and highly personalised services, including complimentary breakfast, tea, coffee, drinks and snacks.
“We’ve inspired change that we’re sure will exceed expectations by issuing modern, elegant and intelligent updates to both our service and Club Room and Suites design,” added Curran. “Our associates are excited to connect with our guests whenever possible, collaborate on their passions and make each stay memorable delivering on our commitment to service excellence.”
The hotel celebrated and showcased its refurbished spaces with Paired, the Sheraton brand’s new hotel lobby bar experience that comprises of artisanal small plates and elevated bar snacks, served alongside premium wines and suggested beverages. The food and beverage experience on the day was complimented with music and cultural nuances for a truly delightful intimate evening attended by the esteemed invitees for this exclusive showcase and celebration.
Sheraton Lagos Hotel, which opened in 1985 as the first arrival point for international travelers to Lagos, has since been a city landmark and a hotspot for the local community as well as the international traveler. The hotel’s close proximity to the international airport has positioned it as a safe haven in the city.
It offers a variety of dining experiences that range from local cuisine to an international buffet to authentic Italian at the three restaurants. A lively and eclectic Sunday brunch and Theme Nights every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday at the Pool Terrace, along with local live entertainment on Fridays. Very popular Wazobia night form a highlight, while the buzzing atmosphere of the lobby and bars creates the ideal ambience for regular Sheraton Paired events, where friends, family and colleagues connect over a delightful selection of premium wines paired with unexpected bar snacks and food.
Recreational facilities include fitness, outdoor pool, tennis courts, and a mini golf range ensuring guests can make the most out of every stay. Endless connectivity through high-speed Wi-Fi and a full-service business center caters to every business need round the clock while flexible meeting spaces with the dedicated event specialists ensure the success of any gathering.