Conveniently located on the campus of the University of Iowa and offering upscale rooms and amenities, including a wine lounge, indoor pool and modern gym, the Sheraton Iowa City offers cozy digs in a vibrant setting. The nine-story, non-smoking hotel, which underwent an $11 million renovation, has 234 redesigned rooms featuring crisp, all-white bedding, 37-inch flat-panel HDTVs and single-cup coffeemakers. In-room Wi-Fi is available for an additional fee; it's complimentary in the business center. Guests of the hotel have access to the heated indoor pool and modern fitness facility, plus complimentary shuttle service within the local area. The restaurant serves all day and the lounge serves an extensive wine selection. Pets are welcome at the hotel and receive their own beds upon check-in. There is an additional fee for parking. The hotel, on the University of Iowa campus, is one mile from Hancher Auditorium and two miles from Carver-Hawkeye Arena and Kinnick Stadium. Brown Deer Golf Club is four miles away, and it's 25 miles to Eastern Iowa Airport. The "upscale" and "beautiful" Sheraton Iowa City is "a really fine hotel," our guests say, with "clean and well-appointed rooms," "comfy" beds and a "fantastic" downtown location that's "close to everything."
Located in the heart of the city and the only hotel on the campus of the University of Iowa, this upscale hotel also sits central to a great selection of eateries, specialty stores, nightlife activities, and entertainment events. Dogs are allowed for no additional fee; there is a pet waiver to sign at check in.
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