The Four Points by Sheraton York now has a fresh
new look, thanks to a recently completed comprehensive $15 million
Located in York, Pennsylvania, the
property has made significant upgrades to its lobby, restaurant
and guest rooms as part of the Four Points by Sheraton global
As a result of the renovation, Four Points by
Sheraton York creates a real sense of arrival with its
dramatically improved public space. The lobby has been opened up
to create a spacious Family Room, where guests can socialize, grab
a cup of fresh coffee and pop open their laptops, using the
hotel’s complimentary high-speed Internet.
The hotel knocked down
walls to achieve a more open flow and clean line of sight between
the lobby, bar and restaurant. The lobby and restaurant received a
fresh paint job and were upgraded with all-new furnishings,
stainless steel finishes, ceiling tiles and artwork.
“Four Points by Sheraton York now
truly embodies the brand’s revitalized contemporary look
and feel. We are very proud of our recent renovation,
which greatly enhanced the guest experience by creating
a more open and relaxing atmosphere,” said Connie
Cunningham, General Manager, Four Points by Sheraton
the carpeting to the ceilings, the hotel’s 146 guest rooms were
completely re-done and include brand-new bathrooms.
all feature the Four Points by Sheraton Four Comfort Bed, a
luxurious ensemble including a plush mattress, an assortment of
pillows, and stylish duvet. Improved in-room technology includes
new flat screen televisions and a wide selection of movies and
video games on demand.
Guests receive free bottled water and
complimentary high-speed Internet is available throughout the
In the past five years, Starwood and
its licensees have invested more than $1 billion in Four
Points by Sheraton hotels with major property
renovations, conversion and new-build hotels. Around 70%
of the Four Points portfolio has turned over in the last
five years due to strategic efforts to improve the
quality and consistency of the hotels.
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