Sheraton Lagos unveils locally inspired club rooms and suites

Technologically advanced features now blend with local cultural elements. The hotel also revealed an invigorated Sheraton Club Lounge.

In Nigeria, the Sheraton Lagos Hotel revealed its 107 newly renovated club rooms and suites late last month. New technologically advanced features are adjacent to local cultural elements that provide a sense of place. The hotel also updated its Sheraton Club Lounge.

All of the 107 Sheraton club rooms and suites were completely redesigned, and now have the “Sheraton Signature Sleep Experience.” Particular attention was given to the lighting, which was designed "efficient task lighting where required and just the right level of ambient light for relaxation."

Meanwhile, the use of a mosaic pattern on the wall tiling adds intricate detail to the room. The bathrooms were also renovated.

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Sheraton Lagos Hotel first opened in 1985. It is located near the international airport in the commercial capital of Nigeria.



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