Sheraton San Diego Hotel Refreshes F&B Options
Wednesday January 8th, 2014 - 9:39AM GK
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SAN DIEGO, CA—The Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina is refreshing its F&B venues in the Marina and Bay Towers, which will include a redesign of its signature restaurant and lounge, Harbor’s Edge; an expanded Tapatini Bar; the addition of the Link@Sheraton Café in the Bay Tower; and a refresh of the Bay Tower Lounge and patio.
“The expansion and refresh taking place within our dining venues elevates our dedication to bringing excellent food and beverage options in a comfortable atmosphere to our guests,” said Russ Mitchell, director of sales and marketing of Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina. “San Diego’s picturesque coastal views and Southern California charm have made the city one of the country’s leading tourist destinations and the changes being made continue to highlight this."
The new look of Harbor’s Edge and Tapatini in the hotel’s Marina Tower will complement the Sheraton's nautical styling. Harbor's Edge will feature a contemporary nautical design and re-work the dining space to highlight the restaurant's location overlooking the Marina. Additionally, Tapatini will be expanded to offer more seating.
In the Bay Tower, the Link@Sheraton Café will offer baked goods, Starbucks coffee drinks or grab-and-go items. The expansion of the BTL Patio will be designed to offer guests views of the San Diego Bay.
The $1.7-million refresh is expected to complete in January.
Tags: Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina • Hospitality • Construction/Renovation • F+B •
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