Sheraton Kampala Hotel is set to undergo major transformation, with changes expected in its entire brand as it has been known for decades.
The 52-year-old Hotel which was acquired by US based Sheraton Hotels and Resorts in the early 1990s will effect changes from its brand to services.
This follows the acquisition of the international hotel chain, by Marriot International, another US based hospitality multinational.
Kampala Sheraton General Manager Jean Philippe Bittencourt revealed Friday night that the new changes will be announced with time.
These changes, he said will include among others a new logo and colours.
Sheraton is known for its unique logo of letter “s” and olive tree branches.
“This will change a little bit and will become more contemporary,” said Mr Bittencourt.
More changes, he added, will be effected in the hotel’s services including food and beverages, entertainment, rooms, and health clubs.
“We want to introduce a community spirit; we want to make this place a place of gathering. All these changes will be disclosed in a timely manner.”
Mr Bittencourt was speaking at the official unveiling of the Marriot Bonvoy, a new travel program which enables members to travel more and experience more.
The Marriot Boonvoy is a form of loyalty program through which the millions of Marroit Hotel customers will be able to earn points which they can spend to access the various Marriot Hotels in the 129 countries around the world.
Jacqueline Nalubega the Assistant Director Sales and Marketing at the Sheraton said of the program that the more members stay and spend, the greater the reward and recognition.