Sheraton Renovates Four Hawaiian HotelsNov 21, 2012
The Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa underwent a $6.5 million upgrade to its 508 guestrooms, which feature warm Hawaiian colors, textiles, prints, and traditional artwork, along with light hues, plush carpeting and drapery, and new tropical furnishings. The hotel also installed electric vehicle charging stations.
At the Sheraton Kauai Resort, a $16 million makeover resulted in the refreshed lobby, which opens onto a new open-air courtyard boasting tiki torches, firepits, and six intimate seating areas. Other upgrades include the tiered Ocean Pool lined with eight private bungalows, the new Rum Fire restaurant, and the Luana Kai function room overlooking Poipu Beach.
The Sheraton Kona Resort & Spa at Keauhou Bay underwent a $20 million renovation that encompassed enhancements to guestrooms, public areas, and meeting spaces that include culturally inspired designs by local designer Sig Zane. Guests also have access to a new lobby arrival experience, Flying Fish activity outfitters, and oceanfront restaurant Rays on the Bay.