Sheraton Lake Buena Vista renovated, expands event spaces

Sheraton Lake Buena Vista Resort – the Orlando resort centered upon a pool courtyard and located near Downtown Disney – announced the addition of 2,400 square feet of all naturally-lit flexible breakout space to be completed mid-December. To further accommodate meetings and events, Sheraton Lake Buena Vista Resort will add five new breakout rooms with a few of the spaces offering 660 square feet.

Undergoing a $25-million renovation, the 486-room Sheraton Lake Buena Vista Resort has an existing 20,000 square feet of meeting and event space that includes two adjacent ballrooms, 20 breakout rooms, and two outdoor venues for banquet functions. The space can accommodate up 500 guests. Meeting space amenities include wireless Internet access, high-definition audiovisual resources and business center services.

Sheraton Lake Buena Vista’s meeting and event spaces are located on the ground floor with valet service and a parking area. A naturally lit foyer welcomes guests to adjacent ballrooms, while breakout rooms are available in a number of locations in close proximity around the resort and can accommodate functions for up to 100 individuals.

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With 19-foot ceilings, Sheraton Lake Buena Vista Resort’s ballroom space offers space for both intimate and opulent gatherings. Both the Majestic Palm Ballroom and Royal Palm Ballroom comprise dividable indoor space and the option of banquet, theater, reception, classroom or u-shape set-up. 

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