TORONTO—Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide will undertake a $90 million renovation of the Sheraton Centre Toronto, transforming the hotel's 1,371 guestrooms and suites.
Set to begin in early November and be completed in 2015, the project will bring a fresh look to guestrooms with colours, patterns and lines inspired by Sheraton’s brand design and a new energy efficient HVAC system.
The completed renovation will include full guestroom and suite refurbishment, as well as replacement of all floor and wall finishes in public corridors and hallways. In addition, the hotel will add two guestrooms, bringing the total room count to 1,373. All guestrooms and suites will feature new casegoods, seating, lighting, mirrors and window treatments.
Additional features include wall-mounted 50-inch flat-panel televisions in all guestrooms and suites; all-white Sheraton Sweet Sleeper beds; and completely renovated bathrooms featuring low-flow toilets, showerheads and faucets, reducing water consumption throughout the building. Some of the renovated bathrooms will feature walk-in showers.
Also featured in the refresh will be an energy efficient, variable refrigerant flow HVAC system allowing guests to control the thermostat in their room, and guestrooms featuring a wired and wireless Internet platform.
Earlier this month, the hotel completed a $13 million retrofitting of all guestroom windows aimed at reducing energy consumption. Additionally, the property recently completed renovations to its meeting space.