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Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel


An urban oasis for conventioneers in the heart of downtown Phoenix


Room to meet Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel offers 80,000 square feet of modern meeting and event space, including a 29,000-square-foot ballroom, a second 14,000-square-foot ballroom, 17 meeting spaces, and 5,000 square feet of outdoor event space.


Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel redefines the concept of an urban convention hotel. A cultural oasis in downtown Phoenix, the prop- erty is adjacent to the Phoenix Convention Center and just five minutes from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Tasteful design and panoramic views dominate the property’s 1,000 guest rooms and 80,000 square feet of meeting space — everything meeting planners would expect of Phoenix’s largest hotel. With its prime downtown loca- tion, Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel is at the epicenter of everything that is Phoenix. Just steps away from hundreds of res-


taurants, Chase Field, US Airways Center, Phoenix Art Museum, and numerous arts and entertainment venues, Sheraton Phoe- nix Downtown Hotel lets guests easily tran- sition from business to entertainment. The property offers 47 suites that are equipped with thoughtful amenities and the signature


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Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Bed. Every guest room in the hotel also provides vast views of the city with mountainous Sonoran Desert terrain in the distance. When it comes to meeting space, Sheraton


Phoenix Downtown Hotel is well-equipped with flexible, state-of-the-art ballrooms, meeting rooms, and outdoor event spaces. Meeting planners will have 80,000 square feet of modern meeting and event space to work with, including a 29,000-square- foot ballroom, a second 14,000-square-foot ballroom, 17 meeting spaces, and 5,000 square feet of stunning outdoor event space. Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel can accommodate a multitude of meetings, conventions, social events, galas, and more. Every meeting room includes the latest in meeting technology, from high-speed Inter- net access to videoconferencing capabilities and audiovisual resources. Sheraton Phoe-


nix Downtown Hotel lets no detail go unno- ticed. From refreshing menus executed by the hotel’s talented on-site culinary team to unique, on-site team-building events, meet- ing planners are free to dream big and let the hotel team create engaging, innovative, socially conscious, and cost-effective meet- ing experiences for attendees. Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel also


provides many gathering places to connect with friends, family, and fellow meeting attendees, including Link@Sheraton expe- rienced with Microsoft, which allows guests to stay connected, socialize, enjoy a cup of coffee, and feel part of a community. Dis- trict American Kitchen & Wine Bar features contemporary comfort foods, showcasing artisan products, herbs from the hotel’s roof- top garden, and sustainably farmed produce from local growers. For those looking to keep fit while on the road, Sheraton Fitness, pro-


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