Sheraton Grand Elevates London Luxury Experience

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The Sheraton Grand London Park Lane has reopened its doors after a multi-million-pound makeover of its 303 guestrooms and public spaces.

Sheraton has opened the doors to the newly refurbished Sheraton Grand London Park Lane after a multi-million pound transformation of the property’s 303 guestrooms and public spaces, including the famed Palm Court Lounge and Grade II listed Art Deco Ballroom and Silver Gallery.

Led by MKV Design in partnership with the brand’s global design team, the renovation project draws on the property’s heritage and enviable location. Situated directly opposite Green Park, the luxury destination delivers modern and stylish design touches throughout its structure.

Following the makeover, the getaway has been designated as a Sheraton Grand offering, the group’s premier portfolio recognised for its enticing destinations, distinguished designs, and excellence in guest experiences. The hotel is the first in London to join the select global segment.

From its heyday as the hangout of choice for socialites, celebrities, and the aristocracy, the spot has a long history of bringing people together in the heart of Mayfair. Building on the hotel’s social sway, the new interior provides spaces where business and pleasure seamlessly combine.

Twenty-one suites have been reconfigured to take full advantage of the leafy views over Green Park. The Grand Suite is a statement in luxury. Meanwhile, the rooms are interconnected with double-width, sliding pocket doors enabling the entire suite to be opened into a single space.

In keeping with the tradition of the grand hotel lounges, breakfast, afternoon tea, dinner, and cocktails will be served with imaginative menu additions through the brand’s food and beverage programme, which offers small plates and bar snacks alongside premium wines and local craft beers.

“The Sheraton Grand Park Lane London and its extravagant renovation will certainly create a halo effect for the brand and serve as a great example of our transformation efforts,” Brian McGuinness, Senior Vice President and Global Brand Leader for Sheraton Hotels and Resorts.