I'm a business traveler who stays only at Starwood Properties when possible. I've noticed a sad trend at Sheraton properties at which there's new ownership, or that's what I'm told. The service at these properties is going down hill but the points needed to redeem a night has doubled, resembling Hilton properties, which I left for that reason.
I do think the economy has affected all aspects of our society and everyone, including the SLC Sheraton has to tighten their belts but a coffee machine that doesn't work in the club lounge? Come on. Platinum member breakfast consisted of granola or raisin bran and old bread. They've always put a nice spread out.
This property still has a great staff and that is everything to me. I mentioned the coffee maker to Augustina at the front desk and quick as a wink, she gave me a voucher for coffee and a sandwich at the in house Starbucks. The SLC Sheraton used to be one of the best but now at almost triple the points for a night and amenities slipping away, I guess that's just the way things are.
- Also Known As:
- Sheraton Salt Lake City
- Salt Lake City Sheraton
- Sheraton Salt Lake City Hotel Utah
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Relax in one of our 362 comfortably spacious guest rooms or 30 suites. Experience the celebrated "ahhhh" of the Sheraton Sweet Sleeper (SM) Bed. ... more less
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