Sheraton Grand Warsaw unveils after massive renovation – Hospitality Net
Warsaw is a city of contrasts, known for its passion for innovation and captivating the hearts of travelers with its inexhaustible energy and history, unique museums, the creative district of Prague and the atmosphere of the Old Town. The hotel is located a short walk from the National Museum and the boulevards on the Wisla River, as well as close to the city center and a 20-minute drive from WarsawChopin Airport.
While staying at the Sheraton Grand Warsaw, guests will enjoy the iconic comfort and amenities associated with the legendary Sheraton brand, and will also be able to familiarize themselves with new design solutions thought through to the smallest detail that contribute to a comfortable stay and socializing.
A large communal table with built-in functional elements in the cozy lobby is perfect for two large businesses to dine together, and private soundproof phone booths will help guests stay in touch with loved ones. Special hotel staff will help guests and locals to spend time in a comfortable environment, they will be happy to advise on any issues – from organizing a hotel stay to technical issues, passing through the best places in town for attendance. Designed by Goddard Littlefair, the refurbished lobby of Sheraton Grand Warsaw reflects Warsaw’s multifaceted history. Refined materials and modern patterns are used in its cream-colored interiors in creamy tones of blue, and original artwork adorns the walls.
After the renovation, two new restaurants have opened, the cuisine of which will be catered for by Polish chef MarcinSasin, and the Mezzano restaurant, which diners adore, will continue its work.
The new Italian restaurant CucinaMia is a bright, open space, flooded with natural light, where guests can sit at a common table in a comfortable setting. Shades of olive, red and brown colors intertwine harmoniously in a mural – the work of local artist Agata Cheremushkin-Khrut (AgataCzeremuszkin-Chrut). Simple and delicious Italian cuisine prepared according to traditional recipes using high quality products will be remembered for its impressive presentation.
The InAzia gourmet restaurant serves Asian dishes with a modern twist. Chef Sassin, who has extensive experience in Asian countries, has created a menu of rare seafood and grilled meats (cooked on a special Robata grill). Inside the restaurant with oriental decor, turquoise and coral tones predominate, and thanks to the open kitchen, they can observe the fascinating process of cooking.
The renovated rooms designed by Alex Kravetz are bathed in natural light and will delight guests with stunning views of the city. They are decorated in a modern and concise style and equipped with high-tech equipment, each room also has a work desk. The Sheraton Club Lounge is an executive lounge accessible to all Elite guests of the Marriott Bonvoy loyalty program and Sheraton Club members.
Eleven conference rooms with a total area of 1125 square meters are perfect for large-scale meetings and events. Spacious area with Rhum spa and sports facilities include a modern fitness room, a separate area for group or individual exercises, three massage rooms, a sauna and a steam room, as well as several relaxation rooms – here you can unwind afterwards a long day of exploring Warsaw.