• Sheraton Pasadena Completes Two-Year Multimillion-Dollar Renovation

     
    POSTED June 20, 2019
     
  • Sheraton Pasadena Completes Two-Year Multimillion-Dollar Renovation

     
    POSTED June 20, 2019
     
  • Sheraton Pasadena Completes Two-Year Multimillion-Dollar Renovation

     
    POSTED June 20, 2019
     

After two-years of refurbishing, General Mendoza, general manager of Sheraton Pasadena, revealed the completion of the hotel’s multimillion-dollar renovation. The property is excited to offer its reimagined accommodations, meeting space and public areas including its Restaurant Soleil.

Executed by Gensler Design and Luna Construction, the renovation included new furniture, carpeting, wall coverings, lighting and case goods in all 311 guest rooms, common areas, meeting space, the restaurant and porte cochère. The Sheraton Pasadena created a tranquil and comfortable environment with a soft color palette of blues and grays accompanied by orange accents.

Not only was the property’s Restaurant Soleil given a fresh look, but its new executive chef Frank Gutierrez has curated an original menu focused on natural and fresh cuisine. The new menu incorporates organic produce, cage-free eggs, pressed olive oil, free-range chicken and grass-fed beef.

The Sheraton Pasadena Hotel is currently offering special promotions to celebrate the renovations, including 15 percent off accommodations for stays of three nights or more and 25 percent off at Restaurant Soleil. Sheraton Pasadena invites guests to see what’s new!

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