World’s largest Sheraton to open in Macau

Starwood Hotels & Resorts announced that the world’s largest Sheraton and Macau’s largest hotel, Sheraton Macao Hotel, Cotai Central, is on target to open in Sept. 2012. Situated in the center of the Cotai Strip, Sheraton Macao Hotel is part of Macau’s newest fully integrated resort complex, Sands Cotai Central.

The 3,863-room Sheraton Macao Hotel will be both the largest hotel in Macau and Starwood’s largest hotel in its over 1,000-strong portfolio of hotels and resorts globally.

Located right at the heart of Macau’s entertainment and leisure area, Sheraton Macao Hotel offers 3,863 guestrooms, 215,278 square feet of meeting space and a host of branded amenities.

As the largest Sheraton in the world, Sheraton Macao Hotel will be comprised of two towers in the new Sands Cotai Central complex. It will offer an extensive selection of guestroom categories in Macau, with all guestrooms offering the signature Sheraton Sweet SleeperSM queen and king-sized beds, 42-inch LCD TV, a refreshment center and spacious bathrooms. Family suites include bunk beds, a children’s play area and books and games for kids.

In addition, Sheraton Macao Hotel offers guests three outdoor swimming pools with poolside lounge and cafes and surrounded by foliage. Guests can relax in private cabanas with daybeds that offer views overlooking the Cotai Strip.

Also available is the Shine Spa for Sheraton, the holistic Sheraton Fitness Programmed by Core Performance, specialized in-room and restaurant dining options, a custom website with online fitness programs and more.

The Shoppes at Cotai Central, one of Macau’s newest shopping centers, is located adjacent to the hotel.

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