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The Sheraton at Woodbridge Hotel, Iselin, NJ, Receiving
$2 million Guestroom Renovation
WOODBRIDGE, NEW JERSEY, February 2004 ... The Sheraton at Woodbridge Place Hotel has launched a comprehensive $2 million guestroom renovation program. 
When completed in mid-April of this year, the hotel will offer 309 newly appointed guestrooms and suites in a rich palette of colors and new furnishings. The hotel’s comprehensive guestroom renovations are part of a North American Sheraton Hotels & Resorts refurbishing program.  Extensive customer research was the basis for the new Sheraton brand design treatments, which are being installed at the Sheraton at Woodbridge Place Hotel.  The new guestrooms and suites will reflect a luxurious but casual American
The Sheraton at Woodbridge Place
515 Route One South
Iselin, New Jersey
lifestyle.  “Our Sheraton customers told us they wanted a hotel room that felt more like a private home,” according to Barry Sternlicht, chairman of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, which owns the Sheraton brand.  “These rooms are a reflection of their needs and desires, rather than the hotel industry dictating to the customer what they should look like.”

The hotel’s Executive V.P., David DeCicco, stated “the new guestrooms have been custom-designed for our guests’ comfort and pleasure.  We look forward to their completion and the wonderful new interiors that will be created.”

The new guestrooms will feature a dramatic sleigh beds in a cherry finish.  Each bed will be outfitted with a luxurious pillow-top mattress designed exclusively for Sheraton Hotels.  Rich bedding and upholstery fabrics, as well as window, wall and floor treatments will be in a palette of colors ranging from sophisticated oxford to elegant tweed and dramatic garnet.  Every item and detail in the guestroom was evaluated and selected to ensure maximum guest comfort, from the elegant color scheme, to the plush pillows.

“Each guestroom will offer Free High-Speed internet access both wired and wireless. Guestrooms and suites will present a productive working environment for business travelers and also enable leisure guests to stay connected if they so desire.” continued Mr. DeCicco.  Each guestroom will have an oversized desk that will feature a flexible lamp with an electric outlet in the base, convenient for laptop hook ups and fully adjustable ergonomic desk chair, designed for maximum continuous comfort. 

The Sheraton at Woodbridge Hotel features 309 luxury guestrooms, including 50 suites, two award winning restaurants, Allen’s Ristorante Italiano, Woodbridge Steakhouse, and Christie’s Bar and Grill. The hotel also offers 20,000 square feet of meeting and event space, including a state-of-the-art amphitheater, and executive boardroom. 

The hotel is ideally located on Route One South, just minutes from the Garden State Parkway and the New Jersey Turnpike.  The hotel is 12 miles from Newark Liberty International Airport, and 2 miles from the Metro Park Train Station. For more information on the Sheraton at Woodbridge Place Hotel, visit the hotel’s Web site at


Sheraton at Woodbridge Place Hotel
Hal Clarke
Director of Sales and Marketing 
Tel:   (732) 510-2111
 515 Route One South 
 Iselin, NJ  08830


Also See: Dramatic Sleigh Beds, Cozy Chairs and Oversized Work Areas are Features in Sheraton’s $350 million Renovation Program / April 2000
Starwood Puts Sharp Focus on Sheraton Brand; Tougher Standards Mandated, Franchisees Have Created Inconsistent Product / April 2002

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