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London Heathrow: Sheraton shifts jetlag with new menu

To help remedy the symptoms and encourage travellers to overcome the effects of jet lag, the Sheraton Heathrow Hotel has devised an easy to digest, high fibre and low fat room service menu, designed to help travellers adjust to the London time zone and overcome flight fatigue.
The four dishes, devised by Executive Head Chef, Enzo Pepe, are:
Oriental Green Fingers £10.50
Asparagus and Vegetarian Spring Rolls, Soya and Balsamic
Smokey Garden Salad £13.50
Smoked Chicken Salad with Artichokes, Cherry Tomatoes, Piquillo Peppers and Crispy Mixed Leaves
Pan-Fried Sea Bream and Grilled Prawns £21.50
On Pappardelle Pasta and Pesto Sauce
Grilled Rib-Eye Steak £22.50
Wild Mushroom Sauce, Mange-tout and Crispy Potatoes
To help induce a relaxing sleep, guests at the Sheraton Heathrow Hotel are encouraged to finish their meal with a camomile tea known for its soothing properties. Slumbering is aided further by the Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Bed, comprising a mattress with barrel shaped high tensile springs individually housed in strong non-woven, synthetic material pockets and finished with crisp white 100% combed cotton 200 thread count percale duvet cover and sumptuous silver white goose feather and down pillows.  For guests keen to shake off tiredness and feel refreshed, the hotel is equipped with a Fitness Centre on the ground floor.
Andrew Huxsted, General Manager of Sheraton Heathrow Hotel commented: “Jet lag is a common problem for many of our guests, returning from far flung destinations. A few simple tips and tricks can help jetsetters overcome the symptoms, along with some helpful advice from our Front Office and Concierge staff.”
Other advice from the staff at Sheraton Heathrow Hotel includes keeping their blackout curtains drawn to minimise sunlight streaming in, closing their triple glazed windows to ensure a silent night, and requesting a wake-up call to avoid sleeping too long and disrupting their sleep patterns further.
For more information about Sheraton Heathrow Hotel visit or call 00800 325 35353.
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