Sheraton Macau hosts for Donaire fight
By AJ Bolando Updated Friday June 06, 2014 - 3:25pm

Staying at Sheraton Hotel in Macau? Don't forget to bring your jacket even if it's summer.

Despite the scorching heat outside, cold temperature from the lobby up to the bathroom will bring guests chills due to the exceptional air-conditioning system of the largest hotel in Macau.'s team who went to Macau for the Nonito Donaire and Simpiwe Vetyeka bout found themselves in a tight match against the cold temperature while sleeping in jackets over the comfy comforter despite lowering the fan speed and ascending thermostat.

But the coldness compliments the stylish 452 square ft. deluxe room that made the team, composed of writers and a photographer, felt like it was somehow a vacation after going to open workouts of the boxers, press conferences and interviews.

The team slept in peace thanks to the Signature Sheraton Sweet Sleeper bed designed to eliminate uncomfortable pressure points that cause tossing and turning. The beds also come with Sheraton feather & down pillows, down blankets, and signature duvet cover treated with anti-microbial for a fresh and clean feeling.

The two-bed room has a 42 -inch flat screen TV, walk-in glass shower and separate bathtub, mini bar, refrigerator, and the techy iPod docking station with radio alarm clock to complete your Sheraton experience. It is spacious enough that it can fit an extra bed without sacrificing everyone's space.

What's great at Sheraton is the free wifi acess with an excellent connection that helped in uploading articles, photos and even high-definition videos.

The five-star hotel is located at the heart of the reclaimed land of Cotai strip - a five-minute free bus ride from the airport.

Photos by AJ Bolando


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