Something for Everyone at Sheraton

Reed Travel Features

WARSAW -- The Sheraton Warsaw Hotel & Towers welcomes both business and leisure travelers with a variety of packages.

The Great Escape plan, for example, lures leisure guests with breakfast, late checkout and parking. It is valid Fridays, Saturdays and public holidays.

The plan is priced from $150 per night, sigle or double.

For corporate travelers, there is the Meet with Success Weekend Meetings Package, valid Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

Priced at $110 per night, the plan includes accommodations, daily breakfasts, use of a meeting room, audiovisual equipment, coffee breaks and lunch.

Business travelers who plan to stay a while can take advantage of the hotel's Long Stay Rate Program for a minimum 21 days.

Guests receive a 40% discount on standard or suite rack rates; upgrade to a deluxe room, with ironing board, tea- and coffee-making facilities; use of the health spa, and daily newspaper and weekly business magazines.

These guests also receive a 50% discount on laundry and parking and a 15% discount on phone charges and use of the business center.

Rack rates range from $255 to $365, double; suites range from $290 for a junior to $1,850 for the presidential.

The 350-room property has 267 standard rooms, 59 tower rooms, 10 junior suites, eight deluxe suites, five executive suites and a presidential suite.

Each room has bathrobes, a safe, three telephones with voice mail, computer/fax outlet and satellite television.

The Tower Floor also features private check-in, American breakfast served in the lounge, butler service, evening cocktails and a fax with a printer in each unit.

Towers Suites are priced from $340 for a Junior Suite to $800 for an Executive Suite.

There are 11 small meeting rooms that accommodate from 16 to 60 people, depending on the function, and the Grand Ballroom, which can be divided into five rooms, seats 665 for reception, 400 for dinner.

The hotel has a 24-hour Business Center equipped with fax, personal computer, printer and secretarial service.

Other services include those of a hairdresser, car rental, laundry and dry cleaning, airport transfer, office space to rent and a fitness center.

The fitness center features steam and sauna rooms, an exercise room and a juice bar.

Dining options at the hotel include the Lalka restaurant, which features Polish food; the Oriental; Someplace Else, an American-style pub & restaurant, and Cafe Imperial, which serves breakfast and morning and afternoon teas.

The hotel is conveniently located next to Parliament, the ministries, major embassies and the stock exchange.

For further details, call (800) 325-3535 or contact the hotel directly at (011) 48-22 657-6100; fax (011) 48-22 657-6200.

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