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Ten New Four Points by Sheraton Hotels to Open by Year-End

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Four Points by Sheraton is to open ten new hotels across the globe before the end of the year, with new properties slated for cities in six countries on three continents. With the openings, Four Points will command a presence in 28 countries, up from 24 just this year.

Just this month, new Four Points hotels will open their doors in Lagos, Nigeria (222 rooms) and Galveston, TX (118 rooms), and in October will open in Tucson, AZ.

In November, Four Points will inaugurate properties in Tripoli, Libya (205 rooms), Bangkok, Thailand (268 rooms), and Tai'an, China (311 rooms).

Global growth will propel Four Points through the end of the year, with December debuts in Pune, India (215 rooms), Visakhapatnam, India (122 rooms), Houston, TX (79 rooms), and Memphis, TN (125 rooms).

 "When you combine the halo effect of the Sheraton brand with the value and comfort of Four Points, you get a very compelling platform for growth," said Simon Turner, Starwood's President of Global Development. "We're seeing tremendous excitement among our partners and developers around the world for this brand."

Four Points hotels feature comfortable beds, free high-speed Internet access, free bottled water, and good breakfast with quality coffee.

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