Sheraton Hamilton

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Sheraton Hamilton
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General information
TypeHotel/retail
Address116 King Street West
Hamilton, Ontario
L8P 4V3
Coordinates43°15′28″N 79°52′20″W / 43.25778°N 79.87222°W / 43.25778; -79.87222Coordinates: 43°15′28″N 79°52′20″W / 43.25778°N 79.87222°W / 43.25778; -79.87222
Completed1985; 36 years ago (1985)
Height
Roof76 m (249 ft)
Technical details
Floor count19
Lifts/elevators5

Sheraton Hamilton, built in 1985, is a 19-storey, 76 metres (249 ft), 299 room hotel in downtown Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.[1] Situated on King Street West, East of Bay Street North, the hotel is part of the Lloyd D. Jackson Square complex.

The hotel has 1,200 square metres (13,000 sq. feet) of meeting space, and direct connections to FirstOntario Centre, the Hamilton Convention Centre/Ellen Fairclough Building and Lloyd D. Jackson Square.

In September 2008, the hotel underwent about $10 million in renovations, and changed ownership to local developer Darko Vranich and his Burlington-based company, Vrancor Group.[2]

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  1. ^ "Sheraton Hamilton Hotel: 1985". Emporis. Retrieved 2007-03-29.
  2. ^ "Sheraton hotel to get $10m facelift". The Hamilton Spectator. August 9, 2008. p. A4.

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