Sheraton Ann Arbor Hotel Completes Renovations

RockBridge Partners, an affiliate of RockBridge Capital, LLC (RockBridge), has completed an $8.5 million renovation of the 197-room Ann Arbor Four Points by Sheraton and unveiled the new Sheraton Ann Arbor Hotel at a ribbon cutting event. 

With design by Houston-based Paradigm Design and architecture by Jarrett Architecture
the renovations of the 197 guest rooms focused on physical comfort and modern amenities.


Dark wood furnishings, plush chairs, refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker, as well as the Sheraton’s signature Sweet Sleeper beds, give guests the comforts of home, while 37” flat screen televisions, high-speed internet and a contemporary feel to the décor, offer a new quality level.

The hotel also features the largest fitness center in the market, an indoor swimming pool, whirlpool, 15,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, including the largest ballroom in Ann Arbor that can accommodate up to 600, and a full service restaurant.

The restaurant will offer some 40 wines by the glass and a seasonal menu, featuring locally-sourced, sustainable ingredients whenever possible.

The Sheraton Ann Arbor Hotel’s new lobby invites lingering with wide open spaces, a warm palette, and the brand’s [email protected] features, including free WIFI, Ethernet data ports, internet work stations, printing services, periodicals, and a communal lounge.

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