Asbury Park Press May 28, 2019 David P. Willis EATONTOWN – No longer dated and stodgy, the Sheraton Eatontown Hotel is transformed. Its owner, Hotels Unlimited, which purchased the hotel through an affiliate two years ago, has invested more than $10 million in renovations. The work touched every inch of the 208-room Sheraton, include guest
Eatontown, New Jersey (May 17, 2019) – The grand re-opening of the Sheraton Eatontown Hotel was officially celebrated on Wednesday, May 15, with a ribbon cutting and gala commemorating the transformative top-to-bottom hotel renovations that are now complete. The 208-room hotel has been owned and operated by an affiliate of Hotels Unlimited, Inc., since 2017.
Industry Magazine March 31, 2019 By Amanda McCoy The Sheraton Eatontown Hotel has been an iconic structure in Monmouth County since it opened in 1988. Centrally located between Atlantic City, New York, Philadelphia, and the beaches and boardwalks of the Jersey Shore and Asbury Park, the establishment was, in its heyday, an anchor of business
Eatontown, New Jersey (April 5, 2017) – The Sheraton Eatontown Hotel has been a fixture of life, business, and tourism in Monmouth County for nearly thirty years. In that time, there were limited renovations to the property about ten years ago, but the hotel has never undergone a comprehensive renovation. That is about to change.
Toms River, New Jersey (3/22/2017) – There’s good news for Jersey Shore travelers just in time for the summer season surge. The 173-room Days Hotel Toms River Jersey Shore is proud to announce the completion of top-to-bottom renovations totaling over $2 million. Visitors will be welcomed with refurbished rooms, new flooring and finishes, brand new
Woodbridge, New Jersey (3/21/2016) – Enter a world where plugs and ports abound, so your devices never go uncharged. A world where bathroom lighting makes you look 10 years younger. Where tons of working surface space and uncluttered floor space exist in harmony. Where the high-concept design of urban hubs meets the friendliness and approachability