ld displaying the brand’s design transformation, with nearly 50 hotels globally including four other properties in EMEA that are expected to be completed by year’s end.
“Following the transformation of three marque hotels in Tel Aviv, Dubai, and Istanbul, we are excited to welcome five additional hotels in EMEA entering a new chapter showcasing the brand’s new vision,” said Amanda Nichols, global brand leader, Sheraton Hotels & Resorts. “As Sheraton continues to inspire new journeys this year, we look forward to welcoming guests to enjoy all the familiar comforts of the brand, but with fresh, contemporary updates.”
A significant transformation is the Sheraton Djibouti, located on the Plateau du Serpent in the old Diplomatic Quarter and walking distance from downtown. Sheraton Djibouti was the first international hotel to open in the capital and holds special memories for many Djiboutians who have gathered at the hotel for family occasions and cultural celebrations over the hotel’s 40-year history.
The 185-guest room hotel is the first Sheraton in Africa to debut the brand’s new vision following a multi-million-dollar investment. The new lobby serves as the heart of the guest experience featuring a refreshed and contemporary aesthetic, and new signatures such as Community Tables, Studios, and &More by Sheraton. Additional amenities include a sophisticated Sheraton Club lounge, swimming pool, private beach, 24-hour fitness room, updated meeting spaces and ballroom, and phased remodelled guest rooms and suites.