Source = Sheraton on the Park Sheraton on the Park has again been recognised for its consistently outstanding achievements, by winning at the 2013 TAA (NSW) Awards for Excellence, announced on Wednesday 24 July.Renowned for its popular international seafood buffet and five star service, Sheraton on the Park’s signature restaurant Feast – a world of flavours, was awarded ‘Metropolitan Brasserie / Café of the Year’. Launched in October 2012 following extensive renovation, Feast replaced the hotel’s ‘Botanica Brasserie’, which had previously been awarded ‘Best Bistro/Casual/Family Dining Restaurant’ in 2010 and 2008 and ‘Brasserie / Café of the Year’ in 2012. This prestigious award further acknowledges Feast’s reputation as the best seafood buffet in Sydney. With its central location and sweeping views of Hyde Park, Feast is the perfect place to enjoy a meal with colleagues or loved ones.Sheraton on the Park is honoured to have been inducted into the Hall of Fame ‘Workplace Health & Safety Hotel of the Year’ in 2013. Having won this award in three consecutive years (2012, 2011 and 2010), it formally recognises the properties ongoing commitment to the safety, health and wellbeing of its associates, guests and visitors.The Tourism Accommodation Australia (NSW) Awards for Excellence are recognised as the most prestigious awards in the hospitality industry, honouring the achievement of excellence in service. According to Mr. Sean Hunt Managing Director, Sheraton on the Park and Regional Vice President Starwood Pacific Hotels, the award recognises the hotel’s commitment to taking care of both guests and associates.“Winning these prestigious awards is the culmination of many years of hard work and constant investment in our facilities and our people. Through an unprecedented string of awards, Sheraton on the Park has firmly positioned itself as the hotel of choice in the highly competitive 5-star Sydney market. All kudos to our talented team of associates, who go above and beyond to deliver exceptional services to our guests”, he said.