What Does It Take To Build The World’s Largest Sheraton Hotel?

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    Sheraton Macao Hotel, Cotai Central prepares for upcoming opening and unveils behind-the-scenes details in the making of Macau’s largest hotel

    Hotel team receives 10,000 job applications and interviews 5,000 candidates in preparation for grand opening​

    What does it take to build the world’s largest Sheraton hotel? The Sheraton Macao Hotel, Cotai Central is putting the finishing touches to Macau’s largest hotel in preparation for its opening in September 2012, which coincides with the celebrated hotel brand’s 75th anniversary. As the final preparations take place, Sheraton Macao Hotel is unveiling some of the most fascinating and impressive behind-the-scenes facts about the making of the world’s largest Sheraton.​

    An enormous amount of meticulous planning goes into creating the world’s largest Sheraton. To light its 3,863 guest rooms, the Sheraton Macao Hotel has to purchase and install 90,796 light bulbs, that’s more than 4.5 times the total number of light bulbs to light the Eiffel Tower! Staff will fold and place 35,217 plush towels in the guest bathrooms, fluff 15,652 pillows, and fold 9,372 bed sheets with perfect hospital corners. For guest comfort, 31,158 canned drinks are stocked in the minibars. Of course, waking up is made easier with Sheraton’s complimentary in-room coffee – served in 7,826 coffee mugs.​
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    i wouldn't call them perfect ... ;)
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