Burlingame airport hotel undergoes renovations

The Sheraton Gateway Hotel SFO is undergoing a $17 million upgrade scheduled for completion in 2008.

The renovations will include 42-inch flat-screen televisions in guestrooms that can be used as computer monitors.

Rooms will include honey-colored sycamore wood accents, tawny carpets with maroon geometric patterns and textured wall coverings, and beds will be outfitted with pillow-top mattresses, all-white linens, throws and down comforters. Rooms will include workspace areas and ergonomic desk chairs, high-speed internet and WiFi hotspots in the hotel lobby and public areas, as well as fully renovated bathrooms.

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