Starwood has opened the Four Points by Sheraton
San Antonio Northwest - an event which also marks the launch of
the brand's first prototype hotel and the company's 450th hotel in
the United States.
The six-story 130-room hotel is owned by Galo
Properties and managed by DePalma Hotels.
Stylish and practical, the hotel's guest
rooms feature a spacious work area, 32-inch flat screen
television, free bottled water and complimentary high-speed
Internet. Guests will also get a good night's sleep in the
signature Four Points by Sheraton Four Comfort Bed, a luxurious
ensemble including a plush mattress, assortment of pillows and
Facilities at the first Four
Points by Sheraton prototype hotel include a state-of-the-art
fitness center, heated outdoor swimming pool, 1400 square-feet of
flexible meeting space, and premium food and beverage facilities,
including a full breakfast and Seattle's Best Coffee. At the end
of the day, the hotel's family room is a perfect spot to stay
connected at Internet terminals and wind down with a local craft
brew, courtesy of the popular Four Points by Sheraton Best
"We are proud to unveil Starwood's first
Four Points by Sheraton prototype hotel, designed to meet the
needs of business travelers seeking an inviting, comfortable
setting enhanced by full-service amenities - all at a great
value," said Marcus Moreno, Vice President of Development for Galo
Properties. "Four Points by Sheraton San Antonio is an ideal
addition to this fast-growing section of San Antonio, which has
undergone a transformation in recent years."
across from The University of Texas at San Antonio, Four Points by
Sheraton San Antonio Northwest is less than five minutes from
award-winning championship golf and the Shops at La Cantera, a
recently opened, upscale shopping and dining destination.
will enjoy easy access to the city's top attractions including the
historic Alamo, the shops and restaurants along Riverwalk, Sea
World, Market Square, and Six Flags Fiesta Texas.
Four Points by Sheraton San Antonio Northwest is
the first of three prototype hotels to open in North America this
year as part of the brand's comprehensive, global rejuvenation
In the past five years, Starwood and its partners have
invested more than $1 billion to reinvent Four Points by Sheraton
resulting in a 70% turnover of the portfolio driven by major
property renovations, conversions and new-build hotels.
"We have devoted considerable time and energy into refreshing the
Four Points by Sheraton brand, and a key element of our global
revitalization is the launch of our first prototype hotel in the
lively city of San Antonio," said Brian McGuinness, Senior Vice
President, Four Points by Sheraton. "With its versatility, smart
layout and cost efficiencies, the new prototype is generating a
great deal of enthusiasm among owners and developers, while
ensuring that every aspect of the guest experience reflects the
Four Points by Sheraton brand's emphasis on uncomplicated comfort
and simple sophistication - updated for today."
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