Sheraton Hotels & Resorts debuts 15th hotel in Texas


GEORGETOWN, T – Sheraton Hotels & Resorts, part of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc, today announced the opening of the Sheraton Georgetown Texas Hotel & Conference Center, a 222-room hotel located in the heart of Georgetown, Texas, and just 27 miles outside of Austin. The hotel offers ample meeting space with sophisticated design, appealing dining options and convenient access to the city’s most charming attractions. A joint venture between owners Hines and Novak Brothers, Sheraton Georgetown Texas Hotel & Conference Center is the Sheraton brand’s 15th hotel to open in the “Lone Star State.”

“Texas is one of the top destinations for both leisure and business travelers alike, and an important market for the Sheraton brand to continue its growth in,” said Bob Jacobs, Vice President of Brand Management, Sheraton North America. “The opening of Sheraton Georgetown Texas Hotel & Conference Center underscores our focus on continuously enhancing our portfolio with even more compelling options for our guests and is a valued asset to the brand.”

“There is no doubt this is a game-changing project for our city,” said Dale Ross, Mayor of Georgetown. “Sheraton Georgetown Texas Hotel will allow us to introduce the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas, our park system, and other places that make our city unique to visitors outside our region. This project is positioned for the highest level of success and we couldn’t be more excited to have this first-class facility located in Georgetown.”

Sheraton Georgetown Texas is located about 27 miles north of Austin and anchors The Summit at Rivery Park, a new upscale residential and entertainment district. Guests can enjoy convenient access to shopping and dining in Georgetown’s Town Square, the most beautiful square in Texas. Visitors can also explore a wide variety of nearby recreational activities, such as local wineries, preserved caves and accessibility to a gorgeous nine-mile hiking and biking trail on the bank of the San Gabriel River.