Brand overview: Four Points by Sheraton to add 8,000 hotel rooms [Infographic]

by | 08 Jul 2021 | Portfolio

Four Points by Sheraton Philadelphia Northeast (imagery: © Marriott International)

Our researchers have sifted through the TOPHOTELPROJECTS construction database and discovered that Four Points by Sheraton has ambitious growth plans, especially in APAC.

In the coming years, Four Points by Sheraton will open 38 hotel schemes around the world, expanding its offering by 8,035 rooms, according to our data. We take a closer look at the prolific brand’s pipeline.

Four Points by Sheraton hotel openings by year

In 2021, 11 Four Points by Sheraton hotel projects with 2,398 keys are due to open. A further 17 properties with 3,759 rooms will follow in 2022.

For 2023, eight more openings with 1,572 keys are in the works, while just two projects are currently on the books for 2024 and beyond.

Focusing development in APAC

Four Points by Sheraton will build up its portfolio in APAC faster than in any other region. Here, 26 properties (5,865 rooms) are due to go live in the coming years – 19 of them (4,454 keys) will launch in China, making it far and away the brand’s most active market, while two schemes (306 rooms) have been earmarked for Australia.

Africa comes in a distant second place on the region-by-region breakdown, with six projects and 1,155 rooms on its development slate. Elsewhere, North America will get four new properties – including two hotels and 410 keys in the US – and there’ll be two more openings in Latin America.

Noteworthy Four Points by Sheraton projects

In Indonesia, Four Points by Sheraton Bintan, Lagoi Bay will open in early 2022. A 308-room property, it’ll sit right on the beachfront as part of the Lagoi Bai mixed-use development. The property’s facilities will include 800 sq m of function space, a pool, a fitness centre, a gift shop, a spa and a business centre.

Further north, in China, the Four Points by Sheraton Jiayuguan project is also making good progress. Set to open in late 2021, this 304-room hotel is likely to attract plenty of business guests who need to visit one of the People’s Republic’s most dynamic industrial hubs. However, leisure guests will also find plenty to entertain themselves here, given the scheme’s proximity to various important historical sites.

Over in the western hemisphere, meanwhile, Four Points by Sheraton Langley will open in the Canadian province of British Columbia in early 2022. The 130-key hotel will be part of a dual-branded project alongside a Residence Inn by Marriott development. Marriott International’s hotel brands will occupy separate buildings joined by shared common areas, including a lobby, fitness and recreational facilities, and nearly 8,000 sq ft of event space.

Many TOPHOTELNEWS articles draw on exclusive information from the TOPHOTELPROJECTS construction database. This subscription-based product includes details of thousands of hotel projects around the world, along with the key decision-makers behind them. Please note, our data may differ from records held by other organisations. Generally, the database focuses on four- and five-star schemes of significant scale; tracks projects in either the vision, pre-planning, planning, under-construction, pre-opening or newly opened phase; and covers newbuilds, extensions, refurbishments and conversions.

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