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You can get free Sheraton Club Lounge access when you stay at Starwood hotels worldwide beginning August 11, 2015.  And you do NOT have to be a Starwood Platinum Preferred Guest.

Wanna know how? Keep reading.

How to get free Sheraton Club Lounge Access

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Sheraton Club Lounge Seattle

Enjoy free breakfast, snacks, drinks, and Wi-Fi when you stay at the Sheraton hotels like the Sheraton Seattle
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You get a place to work with free Wi-Fi, breakfast, snacks, and drinks at Sheraton Club Lounges.  Eating at lounges is one trick to save money on meals when you’re on vacation.

Normally you either have to pay for a Club room or have earned Starwood Platinum elite status.

That’s why some people stay at Starwood hotels 25 times a year.  And some will even mattress run to earn Platinum status.

Starting August 11, 2015, you can get free Sheraton Club lounge without paying for a Club room or 25 stays at any Starwood hotel in the world.

But not all Sheraton hotels have a Club lounge.  You can find a list of all Sheraton hotels with a Club Lounge here.

2 Easy Steps on How to Get Free Sheraton Club Lounge Access

How to Get Free Sheraton Club Lounge Access

Got a Starwood Business card? You get free Sheraton Club Lounge access.

1.  Book a room at a Starwood hotel worldwide.

2.  Get a Starwood Preferred Guest Business credit card.

You have to book a room that is eligible to earn Starwood points to get the free lounge access. So bookings through Starwood including points and cash rooms will count. However, if you book a group rate, or make your reservation with an online travel agencies like Priceline and Orbitz they won’t count.

Conclusion

On August 11, 2015, you can get free Sheraton Club Lounge access at Starwood hotels worldwide.

Access to Sheraton Club Lounges gets you free breakfast, snacks, drinks, and Wi-Fi.

Normally you have to pay for a Club room or be a Starwood Platinum member.  But if you have the Starwood Preferred Guest Business card, you’ll get in without having to upgrade or have elite status.

I’m excited about this new perk and have both the Starwood Preferred Guest Business and personal card.

What about you?  Are you happy about the new benefit?
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A.J.

Sunday 9th of August 2015

Will everyone in your room get access to the lounge? For example, if I have the card in my name, but book a room with me and my family, can they access the lounge? I read one blog where it said they couldn't.

Debra Schroeder

Tuesday 11th of August 2015

Hi A.J.,

The terms state free access is for you and a guest. However, I would think that if you're traveling with children under 18, the hotel would let them into the lounge with you.

TTN

Tuesday 14th of July 2015

Will booking a reward only stay qualified?

Debra Schroeder

Tuesday 14th of July 2015

Hi TTN,

It should because you earn stay credit with a points only booking.

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