Sheraton Orlando North completes full-property renovation

Waramaug Hospitality completed the renovation of the Sheraton Orlando North. The 389-room hotel recently underwent a makeover totaling $4.5 million, or $12,000 per room.

The work includes all new guestrooms and bathrooms, corridors, club lounge, public spaces and lobby, meeting rooms and conference facilities. The property also upgraded its exterior and landscaping. Guests staying at the hotel can now enjoy the new coffee outlet recently added to the lobby located adjacent to the Sheraton Link while they stay connected with Microsoft PC terminals and complimentary high speed Internet access.

The renovation also included a restoration of the traditional Irish pub restaurant, An Tobar, which is a destination bar and gathering place for locals and hotel guests.

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The hotel has 19,000 square feet of meeting space that can accommodate up to 900 people, including the 7,500-square-foot Grand Galaxy Ballroom. Other facilities include a state-of-the-art business center, concierge floor with private lounge, Sheraton Fitness and outdoor pool with fountains and Jacuzzi.

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