Sheraton Brussels Closes Its Doors Suddenly

By Paul Riegler on 16 December 2016
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Brussels, Belgium

Brussels, Belgium

The Sheraton Brussels, one of the city’s largest hotels and a Marriott International property, closed up shop Wednesday without any warning.

The hotel said that the closure came as a result of the bankruptcy filing of the property’s owner.

“Following the bankruptcy of SBH SPRL, the operator of the Sheraton Brussels Hotel, the property has been forced to close. The closure will be effective Wednesday December 14, 2016 from noon.” The property said on its Facebook page, adding that the closure “is due to the financial situation of the operating company and is not related to the Sheraton brand.”

Guests traveling to the hotel had apparently not been told of the closure in advance of arrival.

“Hotel management are now working with all current and future clients to secure alternative accommodation in the city. We understand the impact on our valued and loyal guests and sincerely apologise for the inconvenience caused.”

The hotel opened in 1973 and had been part of the Sheraton family since day one.

(Photo: Accura Media Group)

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