Designed specially for the business traveller, comfort and technology is combined in rooms which will be established in all Sheraton hotels by the end of 2001. Thirteen of its hotels in Europe already offer this service.
The concept was formulated by Cornell University`s design and environmental analysis department together with the Sheraton and combines technology, unique cuisine and one stop shopping which allows the corporate traveller to organise accommodation, the meetings and any other required hotel service through a single booking.
The rooms have specially designed tables, ergonomic chairs, adjustable lighting along with the latest in technology, such as DVD, data/video projections and teleconferencing facilities.
Dietitians and food and beverage experts have come up with low-fat, low-calorie menus suited to a busy meeting schedule comprising foods which do not weigh down the corporate traveller but rather ensure greater productivity.
Paul Tribolet, senior vice president and director of marketing for Europe, said the company was proud to present its guests with such a programme which he said proved that Sheraton is a leader in the field of business meeting organisation.
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