Sheraton Redding Hotel opens for business
REDDING, Calif. —
After almost a decade, the Sheraton Redding Hotel at the Sundial Bridge opened on January 18 with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 2 p.m.
Staff and guests were there to celebrate the opening. President and CEO of Turtle Bay Exploration Mike Warren, who hosted the event, said he was thrilled Sheraton had opened.
"After ten years of all sorts of trials and tribulations, we feel great. The hotel is open for business, people are going to come and stay here. We feel really good about the support has gotten over the last ten years," said Warren.
The hotel could not allow guests to check-in until after the ribbon cutting ceremony at 2:30 p.m but after the ceremony, guests were waiting to check in.
Sheraton Hotel is set with a ballroom, business conference room, 130 rooms including six luxury suites and other amenities.
The new Italian inspired restaurant called the Mosaic also opened on January 18 after the ceremony took place at 3 p.m., with their menu featuring Italian style food and cuisine with a wine country twist.
Mosaic Executive Chef Josh Bozboswell said they are booked up through February but people can still make reservations with the restaurant.