Sheraton Lagos Celebrates Month Of Love
• Wozniak Becomes GM At Four Points By Sheraton Lagos
SHERATON Lagos has put together special treats for guests at Valentine. The offers were designed for guests to rekindle love in an exotic environment provided by the hotel.
According to the Public Relation Manager Sheraton Lagos Hotel, Ms. Deborah Benjamin, this year’s Valentine has a lot of special features that will blow guests’ mind.
“From the alluring scents of live roses to the romantic candle light dinner, we can help you create an unforgettable day this Valentine.”
On the list of the specials are romantic ‘Love Photo Booth’ for memorable snapshots, champagne glass on arrival, deluxe sumptuous buffet at the Crockpot Restaurant, unlimited soft drinks, selected beverages ad wines and non-stop live entertainment.
Side attractions include special song request, red velvet fresh rose and complimentary cakes with a raffle draw prize at the Le Meridien Ibom Hotel & Golf Resort. To participate in this raffle, guests are advised to book ahead and stand a chance of winning the couple’s get-away treat, said Ms. Benjamin.
She added that, in-house guests would, between 12 and 15 February, also enjoy Sheraton couples room, complimentary bottle of wine, couples breakfast, free access to swimming pool and fitness.
“Valentine’s day at the Sheraton Lagos Hotel is an unforgettable experience for couples and it promises to be fun all the way,” said the Sheraton Lagos’ spokesperson.
Meanwhile, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide has announced the promotion of Marc Wozniak to the position of General Manager at the Four Points by Sheraton Lagos in Nigeria. In his position, he will report to Barry Curran, Area Manager Nigeria and General Manager of the Sheraton Lagos Hotel, Nigeria.
Prior to this appointment Marc was General Manager at the Sheraton Adana Hotel a position he has held since June 2013.
Marc has over 29 years of experience in the hospitality industry and has gathered extensive management experience in a variety of hotels in Germany, China, Kazakhstan and Nigeria.
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