Best Sheraton Club Lounges in North America

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Yesterday we wrote about How To Get Free Sheraton Club Lounge Access just by having the Starwood American Express Business cardso today we are going to take a look at some of the best Sheraton Club Lounges across the world.

Sheraton Club Lounge Benefits:

  • Club guests receive exclusive access to the Club lounge
  • Ideal space for business meetings or social gatherings
  • Benefits include complimentary breakfast, snacks and drinks
  • Free Wi-Fi


Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel (New York, New York)


Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel (Toronto, Canada)


Sheraton Waikiki (Honolulu, Hawaii)


Sheraton Commander Hotel (Boston, Massachusetts)


Sheraton Gunter Hotel San Antonio (San Antonio, Texas)


Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel & Casino (San Juan, Puerto Rico)


Sheraton Santo Domingo Hotel (Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic)

Bottom Line

There are a bunch of great Sheraton properties within North America that have nice club lounges and now as a SPG Amex Business cardholder you’ll get access to get.

As a reminder, SPG Platinum members can access already and if you’re a SPG Gold or Preferred member you can upgrade to Club Access starting at just 1,000 SPG points her night

For locations and details see the full list of Sheraton Club Lounges

Do you have a favorite Sheraton Club Lounge within North America? Let us know what it is below.

Editorial Note: Opinions, analyses, reviews or suggestions expressed on this site are those of the author’s alone, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed.

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  1. You’ve listed the nice looking lounges but I prefer those with great service and free alcohol. Tops would be Sheraton Denver West with free Jack Daniels and other hard liquor followed by the heavy wine pours at the Sheraton DFW Airport, also free.

  2. The Sheraton Gunter has free beer and wine so definitely agree on that one. Sheraton New Orleans had the best food I’ve seen in a US lounge! They served brisket and gumbo, hummus, sautéed veggies, fresh fruits, and other stuff when I was there for dinner. Their breakfast is the usual stuff though. I told the supervisor there I am impressed about the lounge food here and she said I am not the first to say that. She even said they got in trouble with Starwood when they served center cut steak and shrimp for a week and other spg properties complained about it lol

  3. The Club Lounge at the Sheraton Sand Key Resort in Clearwater Beach Florida leaves a lot to be desired. The decor is very dated, the food is mediocre at best, and the lady that works in the mornings on the weekdays looks like she’s been there since the beginning of time. They won’t allow you to take any of the dishes out of the room and are quite rude about it. Though they do offer FREE alcoholic beverages. The coffee machine works part of the time and the hot chocolate and cafe mocha was out of order the entire time we were there. The room is small and they try to fit as many people in there as possible. An attendant that was working on the weekend during the morning and evening worked her tail off and she didn’t have any help. That poor woman was sweating trying to accommodate everyone. It looked like she had hurt her arms or something because she was wearing braces on both arms. Why would they make her work like that alone? We felt so bad for her.
    We also noticed that most of the people did not leave a tip for her either, but we did. We will probably not stay at this hotel again because the pool was small and overcrowded with children, the walk to the beach was quite a walk (there are no restrooms that are close other than the hotel), the walls of the rooms are very thin and you can here everything in the next room and in the hallway, the bathroom was very small and the water pressure was not good. The service was good, but not exceptional. If they did some renovations we might consider returning.

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