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Sheraton in NYC gives break for renovations, even personal ones

Posted by Paul Kandarian  October 4, 2013 03:39 PM

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To celebrate the end of a $180-million renovation and removal of construction scaffolding on the building's Manhattan facade, the Sheraton New York Times Square is offering guests an unusual perk in October and November. Guests whose homes, or themselves, have recently had renovations get a $50 per stay “Makeover Celebration Credit.” Overnight guests must present a valid receipt at check-in showing at least $150 in home renovation projects or personal cosmetic procedures to get the credit.

The credit is valid once per trip, on two-night stays on Friday, Saturday and Sunday in October and November. Home improvements and makeover procedures must have occurred within six months of check-in date and cosmetic work must have been in-office medical procedures, hotel officials said. You just book directly at www.sheratonnewyork.com, where more details can also be found, or by calling the hotel at 212-581-1000.

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