The Sheraton Fort Worth Hotel and Spa has completed its multi-million dollar, property-wide upgrade, celebrating the event in May.
The longtime Fort Worth property has all-new guest rooms and suites featuring the signature Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Bed, new furnishings, new bath amenities, carpet and lighting; transformed club level guest rooms and club lounge; enhanced and re-named meeting spaces, an all-new lobby bar and lobby-level Perks breakfast and lunch bistro.
The hotel also added two first-floor meeting spaces, a Screening Room for social gatherings and a board room for smaller meetings, while expanding its The Link@Sheraton Experienced with Microsoft where guests have access to high-speed Internet access, printing capabilities and charging stations.
“Feedback from our guests has been terrific,” said John Yeung, general manager of the Sheraton Fort Worth Hotel and Spa. “They’re delighted to have a brand-new, downtown hotel walking distance to the Convention Center and minutes from local attractions.”
The 429-room Sheraton Fort Worth Hotel and Spa offers seven room types, including the largest guest rooms in the city, according to Yeung.
Other features at the hotel include the Spa Beaubelle, 24-hour fitness facility, indoor heated pool, whirlpool and sauna and a three-meal restaurant.
The hotel, operated by Interstate Hotels & Resorts, worked with Chicago-based The Getty Group on the remodel. The hotel is located at 1701 Commerce St.