Multi-million dollar renovation revealed at Sheraton Bloomington

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    An impressive renovation has recently been unveiled at the Sheraton Bloomington, Minneapolis, which now boasts refreshed guest rooms and public spaces, as well as the introduction of a new onsite restaurant and the addition of the brand’s exclusive lounge – the Sheraton Club.
    Sheraton Bloomington, Lobby bar

    Owned by WB Hotel Partners and operated by Wischermann Partners, the $15million project has been designed to exceed guest’s expectations and create an intuitive experience for them during their stay through the added amenities.

    An illuminated reception desk greets guests upon arrival with a dynamic, large-scale art installation as the backdrop. A 30-foot long bar in the lobby provides a Starbucks experience during the day and converts into a high-design bar in the evening and is framed by a ten-screen video display.

    The new restaurant, Lela, offers guests contemporary American cuisine led by chef John Mullen, III. Centred around an open kitchen, the experience is designed to ignite guests’ senses whilst adding a dash of the theatrical to proceedings.

    The refurbishment of all 282 guest rooms and suites now provides business and leisure guests alike with an intuitive room experience through the installation of multifunctional furniture, LED lighting and large-screen Smart-TVs.

    Designed by The Getty’s Group, the new design features the introduction of the Sheraton Club lounge and a refreshed Sheraton Fitness facility. Sheraton Bloomington now offers more than 17,000 square feet of flexible meeting space through the addition of three state-of-the-art meeting rooms.

    “We are delighted to continue our partnership with Starwood through this revamp of the Sheraton Bloomington in the Minneapolis/St. Paul Metro area,” stated Warren Beck, Managing Partner of WB Hotel Partners. “The added features and amenities offer thoughtful and purpose-driven design, programming and service to empower our guests and help them focus on being and performing at their best.”

    “We’ve inspired change that we’re sure will exceed expectations by issuing modern, elegant and intelligent updates to both our service and hotel design,” said Paul Wischermann, President and CEO of Wischermann Partners. “Our associates are excited to connect with our guests whenever possible, collaborate on their passions and make each stay memorable”.

    Daniel Fountain / 25.08.2015

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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