Raleigh Sheraton opens up room for sick children to watch Christmas parade

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To help children with critical illnesses enjoy the parade, the Sheraton in downtown Raleigh is opening up a viewing room.

To help children with critical illnesses enjoy the ABC11/LeithCars.com Raleigh Christmas Parade presented by Shop Local Raleigh, the Sheraton in downtown Raleigh is opening up a viewing room.
Some children are too sick to be outside in the cold weather during this year's parade. To help make sure they are able to enjoy the fun, the Sheraton is opening a room with a balcony that overlooks the parade route.


Leon Cox is the General Manager of the Sheraton. He said the hotel has opened the same room for children to watch the parade for years.

The room holds up to 75 people. Coffee and hot chocolate will also be served in the room.

Parents and children should arrive at the hotel at 421 S Salisbury St. around by 9 a.m.

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