Clayton Hotel to Close for Months for Multimillion-Dollar Renovation

By on May 14, 2019

From St. Louis Business Journal:  The Sheraton Clayton Plaza Hotel is set to undergo a multimillion-dollar renovation in October that will result in the temporary closure of the hotel.

Denver-based Silverwest Hotels, which acquired the hotel in July for $17.4 million, is embarking on a full-scale renovation of all 259 rooms, 15,000 square feet of meeting space and a redesigned restaurant that will feature high-end, craft cocktails and upscale bar fare with a lounge-style atmosphere. Also planned is a remodeling of the fitness center and an outdoor entertainment area featuring a swimming pool.

HOK is the architect on the project, which is slated to take six to eight months. The Sheraton, one of the largest hotels in the St. Louis area and among a few in downtown Clayton, will be closed during the renovation, the company said. It’s not clear how many employees will be affected by the temporary closure.

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