Sheraton Boston completes renovation

Sheraton Hotels & Resorts completed the renovation of the Sheraton Boston Hotel. The hotel's 450 deluxe guestrooms have been transformed, in addition to enhancements to the public areas of the hotel, most notably a new look for the hotel restaurant, Café Apropos, and a new spa, Green Tangerine.

Located in downtown Boston, the Sheraton Boston offers access to the nearby boutiques of Newbury Street.

The renovated deluxe guestrooms have new lighting, window treatments, artwork and wall coverings that offer a refined ambiance. Renovations also included a refreshed lobby with new furniture in two seating areas.

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The hotel also opened Green Tangerine Spa, a 5,500-square-foot full service spa. With this spa, the Sheraton Boston becomes as the only Starwood Convention Collection Hotel in the US to offer this service.

One of the key changes in the property is the opening of the newly renovated Café Apropos. This downtown restaurant presents American cuisine in a transformed atmosphere. The culinary team is led by executive chef Chad Kennedy. This new space has an interactive chef’s kitchen.

At the heart of the transformed lobby is the signature [email protected] experienced with Microsoft, a space with complimentary wireless broadband. All guestrooms offer the all-white Sheraton Sweet Sleeper bed, an oversized work desk, ergonomic chair, Internet connectivity and 42-inch flat panel television.

Sheraton Boston Hotel also has 70,000 square feet of meeting and function space.

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