Starwood’s latest to open next month

Starwood Hotels & Resorts has announced that Four Points by Sheraton Brisbane will open on 3 March 2014 in the city’s CBD. Four Points by Sheraton Brisbane is the first internationally branded, new-build property to enter the Brisbane CBD market in over a decade and marks the brand’s fourth property in Australia.

Located in a 32-storey, contemporary city tower designed by Brisbane-based Noel Robinson Architects, Four Points by Sheraton Brisbane offers 246 comfortable and stylish guest rooms, catering to business and leisure travellers alike.

Four Points by Sheraton prides itself on providing guests with style and service at a great price. The brand understands what matters most to guests and provides them with stylish rooms, the comfort of the Four Points Signature Bed, wifi access in all guest rooms, a delicious breakfast and fresh coffee. In addition guests will enjoy free internet access in the lobby, a fully equipped fitness centre and the option to enjoy a great local beer as part of the hotel’s Best Brews program.

Four Points by Sheraton Brisbane will also be offering guests two defined dining outlets; an all-day restaurant, The Eatery, and a deli-style café called Wrapped which offers a relaxed and casual dining environment during the day and transforms into a comfortable bar in the evening.
Fuelled by the success of the brand’s “best for business” proposition, Four Points by Sheraton Brisbane services conference, meetings and business guests with 312 square metres of dedicated function space with natural light for corporate and social events. The rooms can be divided into two smaller areas and are equipped with state-of-the-art, in-built technology. There is also an exclusive covered rooftop venue on level 30 called Altitude with spectacular views across the city and river.

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