“Our guests will benefit from the thoughtful transformation and impressive service additions. And, of course, we’ll be wowing them with our 27 years of expertise as a major hospitality player in Montreal,” said Michel Giguère, GM of the property, which remained open during renovations.
The hotel revitalization includes a refreshed lobby and 825 upgraded guestrooms each equipped with an oversized work desk, a custom-designed ergonomic chair, high-speed Internet, a LCD flat-panel television, a MP3 docking station and a Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Bed. While meeting and convention centres were renovated to feature new floors, wall coverings, furniture, lighting and sound systems as well as art reproductions from the McCord Museum of Canadian History.
The multi-million renovation of the Le Centre Sheraton Montreal comes on the heels of the completion of the Sheraton brand’s recent $6-billion global revitalization effort.