Sheraton Sharjah Beach Resort & Spa

C&IT Venue of the Week is the new Sheraton Sharjah Beach Resort & Spa, which opened in the UAE yesterday (15 November).

Sheraton Sharjah Beach Resort & Spa
Sheraton Sharjah Beach Resort & Spa

Starwood Hotels & Resorts yesterday opened the Sheraton Sharjah Beach Resort & Spa, located just ten minutes from Sharjah's centre, 20 minutes from Sharjah International Airport and 30 minutes from Dubai and Dubai International Airport. It is also just a short walk from the Emirate of Ajman.

The beachside property offers 2,100sqm of event facilities, including two large ballrooms, each with it’s own foyer. A further 11 meeting rooms complete with free internet, state-of-the-art technology and natural lighting are also available.

Elsewhere, the resort boasts six food and beverage outlets – including Italian, Emirati and seafood restaurants – and two outdoor infinity pools.

More:

Middle East Luxury: Six of the best high-end openings

AccorHotels to expand presence in Dubai

Fairmont Ajman hotel opens in UAE

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