Sheraton Nashville Downtown in final phase of renovation

 

Sheraton Nashville

Sheraton Nashville Downtown

NASHVILLE, TENN. – The Sheraton Nashville Downtown Hotel began the final phase of its multimillion-dollar renovations this spring. Updates include the guestrooms, suites, the lobby and corridors, as well as the ballroom and meeting spaces.

 

With the use of local vendors and subcontractors, the Sheraton is getting a new look while maintaining its residential feel. As part of the full-hotel renovation, 474 guest rooms will have amenities including the Sheraton Sweet Sleeper bed. All of the artwork throughout the hotel will carry a Nashville theme, featuring black and white photos of legendary performers at the Grand Ole Opry and interesting angles of guitars. Upscale draperies, unique wall coverings and plush carpet in the corridors, ballroom and meeting spaces will provide time-tested classics that are approachable, refined and perfectly now.

 

“We’re excited to be at the final stage of these renovations,” said Ed Mroz, general manager of the Sheraton Nashville Downtown. “We’ll be able to give our guests an even more memorable experience, and with the ballroom makeover, we’ll continue to offer a highly sought after space for local events.”

 

To view the transformation as it happens, watch this video which showcases the Sheraton Nashville Downtown renovations.

 

 

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