Revamped Sheraton Great Valley Hotel Welcomes Guests
- Sep 24, 2015
The company purchased the property through an affiliate in June 2014.
“We determined that this acquisition was a great opportunity to expand GF’s owned portfolio with a top quality asset,” Jeff Kolessar, senior vice president of Development and Acquisitions for GF Management, said. “This extensive renovation demonstrates our valued partnership with Starwood through our commitment to quality capital reinvestment.”
In addition to the complete overhaul of all its guestrooms, the refurbishment project brought a new main lobby, refreshed meeting and executive board room, as well as a brand-new fitness center and a resurfaced pool and sauna.
Guests may also enjoy the revitalized White Horse Tavern and Wine Bar, the hotel’s on-site restaurant, which dates back to 1715. At the time, the venue was one of the first licensed public houses in America. Besides its physical upgrades, the restaurant also updated its menu to support local farmers and provide fresh, farm-to-table meals.
GF Management now owns and/or asset manages five premiere properties within the Starwood Hotels and Resorts portfolio, consisting of over 1,300 guest rooms and suites. These acquisitions occurred over the last three years under various brands including Westin, Embassy Suites, Hilton Garden Inn, and Holiday Inn.
Photo credits: Sheraton Great Valley Hotel