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Sheraton Hotels & Resorts, formerly of Starwood Hotels & Resorts, is a premium hotel chain owned and operated by Marriott International. The brand oversees nearly 500 hotels in over 70 countries around the world, though most are located in the U.S. and Asia.
Marriott classifies Sheraton as a “Classic Premium” brand. Locations are typically large properties in major cities or resort destinations that target business, family, and leisure travelers thanks to ample amenities that include upmarket restaurants and bars, pool and spa facilities, meeting spaces, and on-site entertainment.
Here’s what you can expect from a stay at a Sheraton.
The Sheraton hotel brand began back in 1937 when 2 Harvard graduates began buying hotels in the Boston area — one of which already had a “Sheraton Hotel” sign displayed on its roof. Instead of paying to change it, the co-founders decided to take on the name. By the 1960s, the brand had expanded into Canada, the Middle East, South America, and the Caribbean.
As the brand grew, so did its influence on the hospitality industry. In 1958, Sheraton became the first hotel brand to use a centralized, electronic reservations system, as well as the first to utilize a nationwide toll-free telephone number for its collection of properties in 1970.
Now owned by Marriott, Sheraton continues to lead the hospitality industry as one of the world’s most recognized hotel brands. It generally competes with similar mid- to upscale brands like Marriott Hotels & Resorts, Fairmont, Langham, and Shangri-La.
Features vary between locations but often include multiple dining and drinking options, a pool, a spa, a well-equipped fitness center, and nicely designed and maintained interiors and grounds.
Standard in-room amenities include signature Sheraton beds, complimentary coffee and tea, mini-fridges, bathrobes, room service, and flat-screen TVs with access to premium channels like HBO.
Infinity pools and Michelin-starred restaurants are great features to have, but if there’s a single detail hotels should absolutely invest in above all else, it’s their guest room beds. Sheraton understands the importance of getting in a solid 8 hours, which is why it has invested heavily in what it has coined as “the Sheraton Sleep Experience.”
Every Sheraton guest room features a signature Sheraton Hotel Bed that’s layered with multiple standout features. Among them are a customized 13-inch mattress built with wrapped pocket coils and a quilted damask top layer for added comfort and support, signature fitted sheets and pillowcases made from 300-thread-count cotton, and a double-diamond quilted blanket filled with down.
Sheraton believes so strongly in the quality of its beds that it allows guests to bring the experience home. Sheraton mattresses and pillows are sold directly on Amazon while sheets and blankets are available through Sheraton’s online store.
When guests book or upgrade to a Club Level or Club Access room, they’ll be able to enter their respective property’s Sheraton Club — a private lounge space that provides free breakfast as well as snacks and beverages throughout the day. Club Level upgrades also include free Wi-Fi, whereas there is often an up-charge for regular paying guests.
Reserved for the best of the best of its city properties, this sub-tier of Sheraton hotels offers an increased luxury experience — think award-winning design, incredible cuisine, sumptuous spas, and an even more personalized level of service.
In lieu of paying out of pocket for an overnight Sheraton stay, why not cash in some points instead? The Marriott Bonvoy loyalty program offers co-branded credit cards to earn points to use towards stays at Sheraton Hotels & Resorts.
A great option for Marriott hotel fans who want a no annual fee card and automatic Marriott Bonvoy elite status.
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The Marriott Bold card rewards cardholders for Marriott stays and gives them a boost towards Marriott Bonvoy elite status.
Marriott loyalists will love this card's annual free night award, automatic elite status, and up to 17x points per $1 on Marriott hotel stays.
If you’re a frequent traveler and a Marriott loyalist, there’s a lot to love about the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless® Credit Card. The card comes packed with several great benefits like a free hotel night once a year, automatic Silver Elite status (with a fast-track to Gold Elite status), and multiple options for redeeming points.
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The Marriott Bonvoy Bevy™ American Express® Card, the latest mid-tier offering in the Marriott Bonvoy lineup of cards, offers cardholders automatic elite status and ways to earn more Marriott Bonvoy points on each of their stays and daily purchases.
A premium card for Marriott fans who want perks like an annual statement credit and Free Night Award, plus a fast track to Marriott elite status.
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So is the card a worthwhile addition to your wallet?
Cardmembers can easily earn up to 100,000 Marriott Bonvoy points in 90 days with up to 6 Marriott Bonvoy points earned per dollar on these cards. That’s good for an award night stay at the most luxurious Sheraton hotel — though most properties require a lot less.
Marriott Bonvoy Business cardholders will automatically reach Marriott Bonvoy Gold Elite status and Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant cardholders get Platinum Elite status when they sign up, while cardholders of the Marriott Bold card, or the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless card will receive Silver Elite status.
Perks for Gold Elite members include 25% bonus points on stays, space-available upgrades to enhanced rooms (excluding suites), a welcome gift of 250 to 500 points per stay (varies by brand), and a guaranteed 2 p.m. late checkout.
Overall, Sheraton overnight stays can be affordable or pricey depending on where and when you stay. Thankfully, redeeming points at its more expensive hotels can help keep costs down.
Below, we’ll be exploring Sheraton’s 10 best redemptions where Marriott Bonvoy points deliver the best value.
The most glamorous resort in the Sheraton hotel portfolio sure doesn’t feel like a Sheraton. It helps that the 5-star property possesses one of the most fashionable addresses in all of Italy — a waterfront perch at the heart of Porto Cervo, a seaside resort town in northern Sardinia known for attracting the very famous and the fabulously wealthy.
Just 80 guest rooms, many of which feature furnished terraces overlooking the yacht-filled marina, feature typical Sardinian design — think terracotta tiling, whitewashed walls, distressed wood furniture, and seashells everywhere. A free shuttle connects to the hotel’s private beach, while the high-end shops of Porto Cervo’s Piazzetta are just around the corner.
The hotel’s 5 on-site restaurants and bars (many have alfresco seating) are considered some of the best tables in town. Enjoy at least 1 dinner at Quattro Passi al Pescatore, which serves award-winning Mediterranean seafood on a terrace over the water.
Breakfast, Wi-Fi, and parking are all free, which is appreciated, considering rates here are among the highest you’ll pay for a Sheraton hotel. Cash rates often exceed $500 per night on average, while award stays require redeeming anywhere from 70,000 to 100,000 Marriott Bonvoy points.
A donut. A horseshoe. A ring. Whatever you choose to compare the Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort to, there’s no denying this is one of the world’s most unique hotels.
The curvaceous 27-floor structure, dreamed up by Beijing-born architect Ma Tansong, rises from Taihu Lake (2 hours outside of Shanghai) and was inspired by bridges depicted in old Chinese watercolor paintings. The effect is even more dramatic at night when the building’s lights become mirrored on the water’s surface.
While impossible to rival that statement exterior, the hotel’s interiors do their best. Picture green marble surfaces, huge chandeliers, and 282 rooms where you’ll find floor-to-ceiling lake views, abstract art, and, in some, futuristic bathtubs. A day spa, 2 pools, a small but private beach, and 4 restaurants round out the experience.
Award stays are relatively reasonable for what many consider to be a bucket-list experience. You can book a room for anywhere from 30,000 to 40,000 Marriott Bonvoy points per night, or pay around $325 per night on average.
Many Japanese vacationers love to spend time in Miyazaki, a resort town at the southern end of Japan known for its warm climate and beautiful beaches. That said, the Sheraton Grande Ocean Resort attracts mostly business travelers who come to utilize its 125,000 square feet of meeting space and manicured golf course that separates the hotel from the beach.
Over 700 guest rooms are split among 43 floors — the highest of which shows off those sweeping ocean views. In addition to standard resort features like a spa, an indoor and outdoor pool, and a wealth of dining options (there are 7 restaurants in all, ranging from Japanese to Italian), this property also houses tennis courts, a bakery, and a bowling center.
From the hotel, you’re a 20-minute drive from the Miyazaki-Jingu Shrine and a 35-minute drive to the airport.
Award night redemptions range from 20,000 to 30,000 Marriott Bonvoy points per night. Cash rates average about $190 for a standard room.
Hot Tip: There is a fee to use the on-site fitness center, indoor pool, and sauna unless you are a Platinum Elite member. Platinum Elite members also get free access to 2 local onsen at Shosenkyo (a nice hotel perk). For all other visitors, the complex charges ¥1,000 (~$9).
While many of Italy’s best hotels sit right on the lake, the Sheraton Lake Como Hotel, just off a lakeside road in a leafy private park, is its own kind of serene sanctuary.
While the hotel’s exterior is rather nondescript, inside is much more stylish — particularly the 137 guest rooms that feature Italian-made furniture, free Wi-Fi, and views of the property and surrounding hills.
Key Sheraton amenities include 24-hour fitness and business centers and a Club Lounge. Multiple meeting rooms and a design-forward auditorium by native architect Attilo Terragni make this a popular pick for conferences.
Shaded by magnolia and cedar trees, the seasonal outdoor pool is a perfect place to soak in the scenery between a casual alfresco lunch at poolside Kincho Restaurant, in the garden at Kitchen, or an Italian dinner at Gusto. The lake is only a short walk away, while the town of Como is a quick 10-minute boat ride.
Compared to Como’s more glamorous properties, and because this hotel caters mainly to business travelers, rates are competitive. Award stays can be redeemed for 40,000 to 60,000 Marriott Bonvoy points per night while cash rates hover around $300 for a standard room.
While it may not boast an address in Ipanema or Copacabana, the Sheraton Grand Rio Hotel & Resort in coastal Leblon has something no other 5-star Rio hotel has: direct beach access. Families love that they can choose between the sand or the pool here, not to mention tennis courts and a kids club where the kids can burn off extra energy between sightseeing.
Each of the 528 guest rooms has views of the ocean and Leblon Beach as well as a private balcony, and there are 6 food and drink options — including a Brazilian steakhouse and a sophisticated French restaurant — in addition to a spa and fitness center for refueling after all that time in the sun.
Unfortunately, the hotel’s secluded location means major attractions like Corcovado and Sugarloaf are farther away. Still, a 15-minute walk is all it takes to reach central Leblon, which is famously home to some of Rio’s best restaurants.
Prospective guests should expect to redeem between 20,000 and 30,000 Marriott Bonvoy points for an award stay here or pay around $160 per night for a standard room.
Sopot, a beachy resort town fronting the Baltic Sea, is one of northern Poland’s most glamorous places to get away from it all — and the 5-star Sheraton Sopot Hotel is its most glamorous place to stay.
The hotel couldn’t be better located. It sits directly on the beach and within walking distance of Europe’s longest wooden pier, so you can imagine the views. Most of the 189 guest rooms feature at least partial ocean views, while the best have balconies looking out over the water.
After spending time at the beach, guests can wind down in the spa, which features saunas and a swimming pool, before alfresco drinks at Bar 512 and either Mediterranean cuisine at Wave or a traditional Polish meal at Polskie Smaki Restaurant. For a bit of cultural exploration, picturesque Gdansk is 30 minutes away.
Expect to redeem anywhere from 30,000 to 40,000 Marriott Bonvoy points for an award stay here, or pay about $215 per night for a standard room.
Everyone in Taipei knows the Sheraton — both because of its recognizable brand name as the fact that it has remained one of the most upscale 5-stay hotels to stay at in Taipei.
The Zhongzheng district location can’t be beat, putting guests close to several sights including the National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, the National Taiwan Museum, and the Shandao Temple and MRT station, which easily connects to the rest of the city.
Inside, 688 rooms are contemporary and comfortable, there’s a day spa and fitness center including a sauna and squash court, an outdoor pool, and — count them — 8 dining options ranging from a laid-back pub to a formal steakhouse.
Rates here, while expensive for Taipei, are comparatively affordable for a 5-star hotel. Expect to redeem between 20,000 and 30,000 Marriott Bonvoy points for an award night, or pay around $180 per night for a standard room.
This no-frills business hotel couldn’t be better positioned in Zurich’s financial district, where some of the city’s biggest points of interest — including the lake, Tonhalle concert hall (both within 1 block of the hotel), and city center — are just a short walk away.
Since the property is limited to just 61 guest rooms (done up with classic furniture and funky city murals above the headboards), the service and the atmosphere feel extremely intimate.
Herbs Pasta & Bar, the only restaurant on-site, serves ingredient-forward Mediterranean dishes, but many of the city’s best restaurants (including the classic Kronenhalle) are within walking distance. Parking incurs a 40 CHF (~$44) daily fee and the hot breakfast buffet charges about the same.
Award stays range from 40,000 to 60,000 Marriott Bonvoy points per night. Paid rates average about $330 per night for a standard room.
Sure, the Sheraton Grand Sydney Hyde Park’s location in the Central Business District, on the border of Hyde Park and within walking distance of the Royal Botanic Garden and Circular Quay, was always ideal, but, thanks to a 2018 renovation, the business-centric hotel is now one of the city’s most stylish stays.
Over 500 spacious guest rooms are sleek and contemporary with gallery wall art, leather headboards, black marble bathrooms featuring soaking tubs, and views of either the city or the park.
There’s also a heated indoor pool and spa, fitness center, and 3 dining options that include a full-service restaurant, a tea lounge, and an atrium bar lit by skylights. Business travelers especially appreciate the property’s Club Lounge, 24-hour room service and business center, and 18 meeting rooms.
Wi-Fi is free, but daily guest self-parking is AU$58 (~$42) and valet is AU$68 (~$49).
Award night redemptions range from 30,000 to 40,000 Marriott Bonvoy points. Paid rates average about $275 per night for a standard room.
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It’s easy to see why travelers love staying at the Sheraton Miramar Hotel and Convention Center, which sits on the ocean’s edge of Chile’s most popular beach town, Viña del Mar.
You’ll never feel far from the sea thanks to furnished balconies and extra-wide floor-to-ceiling windows in every guest room. The same views can also be enjoyed at either of the 2 restaurants: Travesia pairs live music with regional flavors during brunch and dinner while Las Olas, located at sea level, is a romantic spot to watch the sunset.
There’s also a day spa, fitness center, indoor and outdoor pool, and — the hotel’s standout feature — a separate 14-room convention center that offers a variety of waterfront space to hold conferences and weddings. From here, you’re within 2 hours of Santiago while Valparaiso is just a 15-minute drive down the coast.
Award nights can be redeemed for 30,000 to 40,000 Marriott Bonvoy points at this property. Cash rates hover around $195 for a standard room.
There are currently 175 Sheraton hotels in the U.S., but the most popular locations — at least according to search volume and demand — can be found in North America’s most vibrant cities and on its most beautiful beaches.
Primarily a business hotel, the 1,214 Sheraton Grand Chicago enjoys a prime spot in downtown Chicago’s River North district, right outside of the Chicago Riverwalk and within walking distance of other popular attractions like Navy Pier, the Art Institute, and the Magnificent Mile 3 blocks away.
Business travelers will have access to 125,000 square feet of space across 43 meeting rooms as well as a 24-hour fitness center, indoor heated pool, and stylish spaces for entertaining clients, such as ChiBar and 3 restaurants including an upscale steakhouse.
Guest rooms are contemporary and comfortable with work desks and views of the river, lake, or city. However, visitors should be aware of extra fees. The hotel charges $15 and up for Wi-Fi and self-parking is available for an eye-watering $63 ($73 for valet).
This might be why the rates are comparatively low for such an upscale city hotel. Award stays range from 30,000 to 40,000 Marriott Bonvoy points per night, while paid rates average about $345.
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The most important amenity you’ll want to get your hands on as soon as you arrive at Orlando’s Sheraton Vistana Resort Villas is a map. You’ll need it to navigate this 135-acre Lake Buena Vista playground, whose property has enough space for 1,682 rooms, 13 tennis courts, 7 pool areas, and even a mini-golf course.
Like their village-esque surroundings, rooms feel like condos with their full kitchens and living area (many have a patio or balcony). There are also arcades, an escape room, and an activities center that rents out bikes and board games. Needless to say, families love it here. There’s also a fitness center and 3 restaurants with bars, but no spa.
Best of all, the resort is within a 15-minute drive of area amusement parks including Walt Disney World, SeaWorld, and Universal Studios Florida. A Tickets and Transportation Desk in the lobby takes care of all your ticketing needs.
Award nights are available for between 40,000 and 60,000 Marriott Bonvoy points. Cash rates hover around $185 a night.
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A step up from the Sheraton Princess Kaiulani down the road, the oceanfront Sheraton Waikiki resort affords jaw-dropping views of Waikiki from many of its rooms and shares a beach and one of its 2 pools with neighboring sister property, The Royal Hawaiian. Of the 2 pool areas, one is more family-friendly with a waterslide while the other is adults-only.
The place is sprawling at over 1,600 rooms, which welcome travelers of all kinds — couples, families, convention attendees, staycationing locals — who come to enjoy the endless array of amenities. Multiple restaurants and bars (RumFire is a favorite for its small plates and cocktails), shops, nightlife, and a massive ballroom (popular for weddings and expos) draw large crowds.
Guest rooms are bright but minimal to keep your focus on those views, and many have balconies. That said, not all are created equal: City View rooms are the most affordable for a reason, while rooms on higher floors are spared the noise from below and have much better vantage points. Most have at least a partial ocean view.
The biggest downside is the crowds, which are unavoidable here, given its size. There’s a daily resort fee that covers Wi-Fi, pool and fitness center access, and various on-site activities such as lei-making. Self-parking is $35 a day.
You’ll pay more to stay here than at Kaiulani. Award stays range between 50,000 and 70,000 Marriott Bonvoy points per night, while paid rates hover near $375 per night for a standard room.
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Business travelers love the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel’s prime location on Canal Street, on the border of NOLA’s historic French Quarter and the Central Business District, but the property draws plenty of leisure travelers as well with thoughtful features like a rooftop pool and 2 art galleries.
The property is massive — 1,110 rooms if you’re counting, including a Club Level, as well as 105,000 square feet of meeting space — which makes it great for conventions. As such, the amenities are solid and dependable.
Rooms are comfortable and contemporary, with floor-to-ceiling views of the French Quarter and Mississippi River from higher floors. On the ground level, Pelican Bar and a Starbucks outpost provide nice afternoon pick-me-ups before classy dinners at Roux Bistro. There’s also a fitness center that overlooks the rooftop pool.
Unfortunately, parking is valet only and quite expensive at $46 per night, and free Wi-Fi is limited to public areas.
Expect to redeem anywhere from 40,000 to 60,000 Marriott Bonvoy points for an award night here. Alternatively, paid rates average around $160 per night for a standard room.
Owing to its modern, comfortable rooms and stellar downtown location, the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel would be overrun by business travelers were it not for the beautiful courtyard pool that’s become such a draw for families.
The space is surrounded by plants and brick archways and features a retractable glass roof that lets the sun shine in on fair-weather days. Watch the action over southern soul food and cocktails at Fandangles Restaurant & Bar. A second restaurant serves continental cuisine for breakfast and lunch.
Accommodations are less exciting — mostly tan and brown, with floor-to-ceiling windows that look out over the courtyard or city — though Club Level rooms are enticing with their exclusive lounge access.
Expect to redeem between 30,000 and 40,000 Marriott Bonvoy points for an overnight award stay, or pay around $135 per night for a standard room.
You’ll find a few couples among the many families vacationing at this 23-acre beachfront resort on West Maui’s popular Ka’anapali Beach.
While romance can certainly be found here, the hotel mainly delivers kid-friendly fun to large crowds. A lagoon-style pool is ringed with loungers, island cuisine is served at a handful of both casual and upscale restaurants, and cultural activities range from ukulele lessons to a twice-weekly luau.
There’s also a spa and fitness center, but what guests really come here to enjoy is the water. Snorkeling near the property is famously good (green sea turtles and tropical fish are regularly spotted), water sports rentals include paddle and surfboards, and whales can be seen offshore during migration season.
The property is built in a half-moon shape around a central lawn, which maximizes views from its 508 rooms. Lanais look out over the hills of Maui or the ocean and distant islands of Lanai and Molokai. Don’t miss the nightly cliff dive ceremony before sunset at Black Rock — a tradition the hotel has kept up since it opened in 1963.
Award night redemptions range from 50,000 to 70,000 Marriott Bonvoy points. Rack rates for standard rooms average around $500 per night.
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Whether you’ve come to Manhattan to attend a convention, see a Broadway play, or take the kids to Radio City, you’ll find a great base in the Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel.
At 1,750 rooms, the property feels as massive as its home city, but for some, that’s a great thing. There are 3 floors of meeting space designed for conventions and conferences, while families and large traveling groups appreciate that reservations are rarely sold out.
Amenities also serve the hotel’s big, busy crowds. There’s a ground-level Library Bar that doubles as a Starbucks Café while Hudson Market serves casual breakfast and lunch. Unfortunately, there’s a fee to use the gym unless you’re staying in a Club Level room, which also grants access to the Club Lounge.
As its name suggests, this hotel puts you smack in the middle of Midtown West, mere blocks away from Times Square, Rockefeller Center, and Central Park. For points further afield, subways servicing the B, D, E, N, Q, R, and 1 lines are minutes away.
Award nights here range from 40,000 to 60,000 Marriott Bonvoy points per night. Cash rates average about $260 for a standard room.
Located on a barrier island near the border of Sand Key Park, the Sheraton Sand Key Resort may be a bit far from the hub of Clearwater Beach, but that’s exactly what makes it so appealing to families and couples seeking get-away-for-it-all seclusion.
In addition to direct, private access to 13 acres of beautiful Gulf Coast shoreline, miles of nature trails are at your doorstep. Back on the property, there’s a small heated pool and hot tub, tennis and volleyball courts, a spa and fitness center, 5 restaurants and bars (including Floridian seafood at Rusty’s Bistro), and water sports rentals.
When you tire of the sun, retreat to one of 390 guest rooms and suites, which come with balconies or patios for enjoying the ocean breeze. Clearwater Beach’s downtown — home to Pier 60 and an aquarium — is about a mile away. Although there is no resort fee and parking is free, expect to pay extra for Wi-Fi, beach chairs and umbrellas, and the breakfast buffet.
Award night redemptions range from 40,000 to 60,000 Marriott Bonvoy points per night. Cash rates hover around $350 per night for a standard room.
Hot Tip: Not all guest rooms at Sheraton Sand Key Resort have ocean views, so if this is important to you, be sure to request one when booking.
The Sheraton Princess Kaiulani may not be the most glamorous stay in Honolulu, but it sure is nicely located — just a few minutes’ walk from world-famous Waikiki Beach and downtown’s best shops and restaurants.
Guest rooms are split between 2 towers and are nothing to write home about, but all come with mini-fridges and lanais while those on the higher floors feature views of the water. Dining options are limited to a poolside bar and lounge and an indoor seating area open for breakfast only.
What the hotel lacks in design it makes up for with key activities like hula and ukulele lessons and lei-making as well as a popular on-site luau. A small pool on site faces the street, though most guests choose to take the short walk to Queens Beach for their sun time.
Award redemption nights can be reserved for 30,000 to 40,000 Marriott Bonvoy points at this property. Paid rates average around $350 per night for a standard room.
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People who vacation in Niagara Falls come for exactly 1 thing — the waterfalls — and few hotels will put you closer to, or give you a better view of, the falls than the aptly named Sheraton Fallsview Hotel. The glassed-in high-rise sits almost directly opposite the American Falls, and from its best rooms, you’ll be able to enjoy sweeping panoramas of Niagara Gorge.
While the vistas are certainly spectacular, you also couldn’t be better located. Not only is the hotel connected by a skywalk to a casino, an indoor waterpark, and a host of dining options, Queen Victoria Park is also across the road, home to even more restaurants and views.
All that aside, this isn’t what you’d consider an “upscale” hotel. The 669 rooms are spacious and comfortable, with mini-fridges and balconies in some, but the décor is outdated and the lack of microwaves is disappointing. On property, there’s a full-service spa, a lobby Starbucks, 2 restaurants, and both indoor and outdoor pools.
A daily resort fee covers Wi-Fi, bottled water in your room, and a handful of fun extras like wine samplings at Wine Rack and 2 tickets for the WEGO bus system, which connects the hotel to various Niagara attractions. Garage parking is $35 a day.
Rates are competitive for the area, making this a popular choice for families, groups, and conferences. Standard rooms average about $250 per night, while award night redemptions range from 40,000 to 60,000 Marriott Bonvoy points.
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While not directly on the water, the Sheraton Grand Seattle manages to occupy one of the best blocks in the city. From here, guests are within walking distance of Seattle’s biggest attractions — Pike Place Market, the Seattle waterfront, the Washington State Convention Center — while the Space Needle is just a 2-minute Monorail ride away.
The property is huge and divides its 1,258 rooms between 2 towers linked by a massive lobby, where guests will find a Starbucks, a bi-level French restaurant called Loulay, a wine bar, and glass sculptures by Dale Chihuly. In addition to a business center, the hotel features over 77,000 square feet of meeting space across 51 conference rooms.
Mostly beige guest rooms are spacious but forgettable, save for their views, especially from those on floor 25 and above. The same views can be enjoyed from the top-floor fitness center, which also features a lap pool.
Book a Club Level room to get access to the Club Lounge that serves free breakfast and afternoon snacks.
Award nights can be redeemed from 40,000 to 60,000 Marriott Bonvoy points per night. Cash rates hover around $335 for a standard room.
The Sheraton Grand Los Angeles may be located in Los Angeles’ financial district, but this hotel has serious style cred.
Guest rooms are swank, with purple and burgundy fabrics, black marble countertops, and floor-to-ceiling city views. The industrial-chic District restaurant at the Bloc serves farm-to-table cuisine in a basement setting that recalls Old Hollywood with its red velvet curtains, and the lobby features both a Starbucks and a gift shop.
Even more picturesque is the third-floor sundeck with its cabana-esque seating, fire pit, and enticing cocktail list.
Now for the not-so-good news. In-room Wi-Fi costs extra unless you’re a Marriott Bonvoy member, there’s no spa or pool (so if you want to beat the L.A. heat, you’ll have to head elsewhere), and that $54 valet-only parking fee stings. Still, if you’ve got business in town, this is the place to be. Popular attractions like Crypto.com Arena, L.A. Convention Center, and theater district are all within walking distance.
Award night redemptions range from 40,000 to 60,000 Marriott Bonvoy points. Paid rates average about $300 per night for a standard room.
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For travelers who don’t mind paying more for a full-service hotel with impressive amenities, Sheraton Hotels & Resorts delivers in more ways than one.
Whether you’re staying at its chic city properties or sprawling resorts, a high level of service, sophisticated design, quality food and beverage program, and roster of entertainment are brand staples — not to mention the modern, spacious guest rooms are fit for any type of trip, be it for business or with family.
As with all Marriott properties, having Marriott Bonvoy Elite status can make your stay at a Sheraton even better with exclusive member rates, points bonuses, free Wi-Fi, and a host of other perks.
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Sheraton Hotels & Resorts is a premium international chain of hotels owned and operated by Marriott International.
Sheraton is a mid- to upscale premium hotel brand, which translates to stylish properties, quality amenities, and sleek guest rooms. Overall, Sheraton delivers a more luxe experience (with higher rates to match) than a Four Points by Sheraton. Westin Hotels & Resorts tend to be a small step above Sheraton, but not by much.
Sheraton Hotels & Resorts was Starwood’s flagship brand until Starwood was absorbed by Marriott International in 2016. That purchase effectively made Marriott the world’s largest hotel company, which now oversees 7,000+ properties worldwide across 30 separate hotel brands.
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Currently based in New York, Lindsey spent her childhood in Connecticut dreaming of far-off places. Her first flight was to Disney World at age 11. Her second flight was for a high school field trip to Italy, though travel as a career didn’t stick until she studied abroad in London during college and discovered the true power of her passport. Since then, she’s worked as a travel editor at Jetsetter and Travel + Leisure, where she reported on everything from African safaris to hot hotel openings to, yes, Disney World.
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