Sheraton Lagos Hotel is happy to announce that for the month of November, there is something exciting for everyone.
The General Manager Mr. Barry Curran mentions “Our teams have organized great deals for everyone looking for relaxing and engaging experiences with friends and families.
The hotel will kick things off on the 19th of November, by celebrating with all men who dine with us at the Pumpkin Leaf & Italian Restaurant as we mark International Men’s Day. Every man who dines with us will get a free beer.
The 28th of November is a double treat as we mark world French toast day alongside Thanksgiving.
French toast will be available for breakfast so all lovers of this sweet treat can indulge. Our guests will also enjoy turkey on the roast with the stuffing and much more to celebrate thanksgiving with all our American friends and all those who follow the tradition.
For Black Friday (Nov 29th) which is everyone’s favorite non-holiday, the hotel will give a 20% discount on all purchases in all outlets except the Pumpkin Leaf Restaurant. Although this discount cannot be applied with other discounts.
Our ‘Plan for More’ meetings and events promotion is still on. The promotion offers event organizers and meeting planners the chance to earn triple Marriott Bonvoy points when booking an event, meeting or a group stay at one of the participating hotels across Marriott International’s distinct portfolio in the region. In addition, the promotion offers 5% discount on the master bill for all eligible charges at participating hotels.
To receive triple points bookings must be made before 31 May 2020 for meetings, events and group stays between 15 September 2019 and 31 December 2020.
This offer is subject to availability and hotel specific blackout dates may apply. For a full list of terms and conditions and more information, please visit www.marriottgroupbooking.com
We look forward to welcoming all our esteemed Patrons to a delightful November with us at Sheraton, where the world comes together and infuses the energy of our guests coming into our spaces” says Barry Curran.