Sheraton Hyderabad Hotel opens as third Sheraton in India

Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide opened the Sheraton Hyderabad Hotel, a renovated property. Owned by SAMHI Hotels (Ahmedabad), an affiliate of SAMHI Hotels, the Sheraton Hyderabad Hotel marks the 44th Starwood hotel in India, the third Starwood hotel in the south-central Indian city and the third Sheraton in India.

Sheraton Hyderabad, the second Starwood hotel owned by SAMHI Hotels (Ahmedabad), is located in the city’s financial district and adjacent to the area’s convention centers, such as HITEX Exhibition Centre and the Hyderabad International Convention Center. Surrounded by multinational corporations, the property is also within walking distance of numerous restaurants, retail shops and business offices. It is only a 30-minute drive from Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (HYD).

With 272 rooms, the property also has a spa, a pool and the Sheraton Fitness center. Feast, the hotel’s all-day dining venue, offers an interactive dining experience with live cooking stations and show kitchens. In the coming months the hotel will also open Azia, a Pan Asian specialty restaurant; and Chimes, a rooftop bar offering panoramic views.


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The hotel includes more than 10,226 square feet of ballroom, boardroom, and meeting room space. All venues are equipped with audio-visual technology and are backed by an events team.

Hyderabad is also home to many historic and tourist sites, such as the mosque Charminar, the Salar Jung Museum, the Nizam’s Museum, the Falaknuma Palace, and the retail corridor encompassing the Pearl Market, Laad Bazaar and Madina Circle. Additional recreational activities include the Public Gardens, which encloses many major landmarks, and the Birla Planetarium.

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