Four Points by Sheraton

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Four Points by Sheraton
IndustryHospitality, Tourism
Area served
ParentMarriott International

Four Points by Sheraton is a brand of hotels targeted towards business travelers and small conventions. It is owned by Starwood Hotels & Resorts, which is a subsidiary of Marriott International. The group operate more than 300 hotels worldwide under the Four Points by Sheraton brand.

Four Points by Sheraton operates hotels on six continents, including nine in Africa, 127 in the Asia Pacific region, twenty five in Europe, ten in the Middle East, 187 in North America, and twelve in South America.[1]


In April 1995, Sheraton Hotels and Resorts introduced a new hotel brand, Four Points by Sheraton Hotels, to replace the designation of certain hotels as Sheraton Inns. In 1998, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. acquired ITT Sheraton, outbidding Hilton. In 2000, Starwood re-launched Four Points by Sheraton, now targeted as a premier upscale hotel chain for business and leisure travelers.

Four Points hotels also have a "Best Brews Program" and a chief beer officer, Scott Kerkmans, who selects Craft beer to serve in their hotels.[2]


  1. ^ "Hotel Directory | Four Points by Sheraton". Four Points. Retrieved 2018-07-13.
  2. ^ Starwood Hotels & Resorts

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