Two Sheraton Hotels in Tempe and Tucson Rally for Spring Training

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Sheraton Phoenix Airport Hotel Tempe and Sheraton Tucson Hotel kick off events with BBQ and Hotel Packages

“The energy in Arizona during spring training is amazing,” - Mike Harrison, General Manager

Sheraton Phoenix Airport Hotel Tempe and Sheraton Tucson Hotel & Suites, Starwood Hotels is calling all sports enthusiasts to enjoy the festivities around Spring Training in Arizona. Sports fans from all over the country have a great reason to visit Arizona. Each hotel touts incredible packages of savings for overnight stays now through April 30th. Both hotels are convenient to the baseball games with Sheraton Phoenix Airport Hotel Tempe only 1 mile away from the games at Tempe Diablo Stadium and Sheraton Tucson only 3 miles away from the Rockies games. The Sheraton Tucson Hotel & Suites is a prime spot to rub shoulders with the players as they are home of the Colorado Rockies baseball players.

In Tempe, on Saturdays through the end of March from 11am to 1pm, Sheraton Phoenix Airport Hotel Tempe is featuring a BBQ by the pool with burgers, hot dog and $2 beers. This pool party is revving up guests to enjoy the games. A new signature cocktail, “Season of Dreams”, has been hand-crafted in honor of the weekly parties. This refreshing combination of chamomile and lemon grass infused gin, mint, agave nectar and ginger beer kicks off the celebrations. Also imbibers are excited to know that a portion of the proceeds for this cocktail goes to benefit the local Children’s Hospital.

“The energy in Arizona during spring training is amazing,” says Mike Harrison, general manager. “We have hotel guests that return year after year to stay with us and take in the baseball games. These packages and events have been designed to create a fun atmosphere for our loyal baseball fans.”

Package details are below and are featured on the website:

Sheraton Phoenix Airport Hotel Tempe
1600 S. 52nd Street, Tempe, AZ 85281

7th Inning Stretch Package starts at $99:

Overnight accommodation
Continental Breakfast for 2
Complimentary High Speed Internet Access
Peanuts and Cracker Jacks to take to the game
4pm late check-out

Sheraton Tucson Hotel & Suites
5151 E. Grant Road, Tucson, AZ 85712

7th Inning Stretch Package starts at $119:

·         Upgrade to Deluxe Suite Accommodations

·         Continental Breakfast for 2

·         Peanuts and Cracker Jacks to take to the game

·         4pm late checkout

The Sheraton Phoenix Airport Tempe and the Sheraton Tucson Hotel & Suites are managed by Sage Hospitality. Denver-based Sage Hospitality Resources is one of the largest hotel development and management companies in the U.S., with a portfolio of more than 50 hotels in 23 states.

To book packages please contact Sheraton Phoenix Airport Tempe at 480-967-6600 and Sheraton Tucson Hotel & Suites at 520-323-6262.

About Sage Hospitality

Founded in 1984, Sage Hospitality has strategically grown into one of the largest privately held hotel management and development companies in the nation and is recognized as a leading innovator in the field. During the past eight years, the Denver-based firm has completed more than $600 million in acquisition and development projects, using some of the most unique financing structures in the industry. Sage Hospitality's comprehensive management portfolio includes major international brands as well as independent boutiques and hotels, including the Oxford Hotel in Denver.

In 1997, Sage Hospitality pioneered the company's urban redevelopment initiative converting the blighted Joslin's department store in downtown Denver into a showplace Courtyard by Marriott. Since then, Sage Hospitality has preserved and transformed five additional, underused national landmark buildings into award-winning hotel properties that serve as important catalysts for downtown revitalization. Projects include the historic Blackstone hotel in Chicago and The Nines in Portland’s historic Meyers and Frank building.

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