Connected by terminal Link to terminal 3, the hotel immediately greets guests with muted grey and taupe tones, wood flooring, plenty of seating spaces and open shelving showcasing modern sculptures.
With 484 rooms, set over eight floors, floor to ceiling windows reveal cityscape or runway views, club level rooms (accessible to Marriott Bonvoy members, or as an upgrade) feature comfortable King or queen beds, and work desk with lots of space to tuck away luggage.
Best of all, though located at the airport, the double-paned windows ensure a super quiet slumber. White tile, polished chrome fixtures and black accents and Gilchrist & Soames amenities feature in the efficient, albeit small bathroom.
&More by Sheraton, the signature bar, coffee/market and restaurant, is where this property truly excels. The all-day menu features hints of international cuisine (think jerk chicken, chicken satay), with sandwiches, bowls, salads and pizza as well as steakhouse classics. Rounded out with a sensational array of classic-but-with-a-twist desserts, like the rich chocolate caramel tart with white chocolate ganache and sour cherry compote, the menu is bolstered by a well conceived cocktail, mocktail and wine/spirits menu.
Service here is pleasant and efficient, especially as the hotel picks up heavily during peak hours – everything you need when you’re about to board, or have just come off of a long flight.
Note: The Club lounge is accessible 24 hours, with breakfast, coffee and tea, midday snack, hors d’oeuvres, dessert, and grab and go snacks.
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This original article first appeared in the Spring 2023 issue of City Style and Living Magazine.
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