The Getty's Group renovates Sheraton Bloomington in Minnesota

Sheraton Hotels & Resorts, part of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, completed the $15-million renovation of Sheraton Bloomington that saw changes made to the property’s public spaces. Owned by WB Hotel Partners and operated by Wischermann Partners, the hotel's renovation also introduced a new restaurant, Lela, as well as the addition of Sheraton Club, the brand's lounge destination.

The renovation involved The Getty's Group.

Sheraton Bloomington’s lobby has illuminated registration desks in front of an art installation. The lobby is also anchored by a 30-foot bar and 10-screen video display. It converts from a Starbucks during the day into a bar in the evening.

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The property’s 282 guestrooms and suites now have a contemporary design with multifunctional furniture pieces, LED lighting and Smart-TVs.

The property also introduced an all-new Sheraton Club lounge and a refreshed Sheraton Fitness facility. With the addition of three meeting rooms, the Sheraton Bloomington now offers more than 17,000 square feet of meeting space.

Sheraton Bloomington also added a new restaurant with Lela, led by executive chef John Mullen, III, formerly of 6Smith and B.A.N.K. Lela has an open kitchen.

Sheraton Bloomington Hotel is located on the Bloomington/Edina business corridor, near the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and the Mall of America.

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