This post is sponsored by Visit Erie. All opinions are my own.
If you’re planning to stay Erie, the Sheraton Erie Bayfront Hotel is a great place to stay near downtown Erie. With gorgeous views of the Erie Bayfront, an onsite restaurant, and a central location the Sheraton Erie Bayfront Hotel has a lot to offer guest during their time in Erie.
Staying just one day at the Sheraton Erie Bayfront Hotel, you can make many family memories, watch boats sail across the bay, and have a relaxing vacation.
Making Memories at the Sheraton Erie Bayfront Hotel
When you first arrive at the Sheraton Erie Bayfront Hotel, the hotel looks very upscale. With a location directly beside the infamous Bicentennial Tower, that gives panoramic views of Lake Erie, and the Erie Convention Center, there is literally so much to see and do all around the hotel!
From the moment you walk into the Sheraton Erie Bayfront Hotel, you’re bound to be impressed. Through the hotel’s revolving doors, you’re met with a gorgeous sitting area and you can smell the delicious aroma of food from the onsite Bayfront Grille.
Inside the rooms, amazement doesn’t stop. During our 2-day, 3-night stay in Erie, we stayed in a 2-Queen bed hotel room and it had plenty of room for the 5 of us.
At nighttime, we even got to watch a gorgeous sunset on the Erie Bayfront from the comfort of our hotel window.
While we didn’t get to spend quite as much time at the hotel, as we would have liked, the hotel does have an indoor swimming area and fitness room. We took advantage of the swimming area mid-day and the pool was the perfect size for young children.
While we may not have spent a ton of time at the hotel, the hotel had everything we needed to make our stay perfect. The beds were super comfortable, the rooms had everything we needed, and the staff were always ready and willing to help us with anything else we may have needed.
If you’re staying in Erie, I recommend staying at the Sheraton Erie Bayfront Hotel. To learn more about it or to book a room go HERE.
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