Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel celebrates 50th anniversary

Hotel marks its golden anniversary by inviting guests to celebrate their own milestones with two celebratory packages.

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Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel celebrated its official 50th anniversary with the launch getaway packages—guests can celebrate their milestones with one of two “Golden” packages. The hotel’s Golden anniversary comes on the heels of Sheraton completing the largest renovation in its history since it took its place in Toronto’s downtown core in 1972.

“We are thrilled to finally be unveiling our transformation. It feels symbolic of Sheraton stepping into the next 50 years, continuing to deliver exceptional service and experiences for our guests,” said Tim Reardon, Sheraton Centre Toronto general manager. “We invite guests past or present to celebrate their own milestones with us.”

Golden Packages give a nod to a bygone era of bellhops and elevator operators

The Sheraton Centre has been party to 50 years’ worth of memories—from guests to employees to the wider Toronto community. The Golden Moments Package is designed to inspire the making of new memories. Most notably, one of the packages includes a reception for up to 30 people in Sheraton’s 43rd-floor Club Lounge. The penthouse level room offers 360-degree views of the Toronto skyline.

Sheraton is also offering a more affordable alternative that includes a welcome amenity, valet parking, and two cocktails at the newly opened mixology lounge, 43 Down. 43 Down is inspired by the attentive and individualized service of bellhops and elevator operators in customer service. Drawing inspiration from the past, the 43 Down space is a beverage-forward concept with mixology as the centrepiece.

Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel is Canada’s largest property within the Sheraton Hotels & Resorts portfolio and recently completed an extensive transformation. Its transformation journey brings a reimagined lobby with town-square energy, world-class culinary experiences, open and collaborative workspaces and over 130,000 square feet of flexible meeting space. The downtown hotel is connected to Toronto’s PATH system, a 16-mile underground network of shops and services. With 1,372 guest rooms and suites, a 24-hour fitness centre, 360-degree skyline views from its 43rd-floor Sheraton Club, outdoor waterfall and garden area and the city’s largest heated indoor-outdoor pool, and a completely reimagined food and beverage program.

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