The Duluth Minnesota downtown Sheraton hotel is getting a $7 million renovation. Renovations have started and are scheduled to be completed in early June 2020 right before the start of Duluth’s summer tourism season. Construction is focused on the hotel’s guest and meeting rooms, Restaurant 301, lounge, fitness center, lobby and public restrooms. Karen Pionk is the Sheraton’s general manager.
The kitchen will remain open throughout the work, and the restaurant will operate out of other spaces in the hotel. The lounge and restaurant will be turned into a community gathering space, where solo travelers can work in communal spaces and aren’t confined to their rooms. All 147 rooms will transition from away from traditional hotel styles. Instead of standard desks, they’re adding lounge chairs and movable tables. All of the furniture will also have USB ports.
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