Thu, 16 June 2016

Starwood Signs 297-Room Four Points by Sheraton Hotel in Sydney, Australia

Starwood has signed a deal with joint venture partners, Frasers Property Australia and Sekisui House Australia, to open Four Points by Sheraton Sydney, Central Park.

 The hotel, scheduled to open in 2018, is close to Sydneys Central Station and will be showcased on the prominent facade of the Central Park precinct a mixed-use project consisting of retail space, apartments, office space and student accommodation.

With its location at the heart of Sydneys trendy and emerging Chippendale and Broadway suburbs, and adjacent to the University of Technology Sydney and University of Notre Dame, the new development will open up the Old Kent Brewery to Sydney residents for the first time in 150 years.

The new-build hotel will be designed by British architecture firm Foster + Partners, Four Points by Sheraton Sydney, Central Park will feature 297 guest rooms, a bar and lounge with an outdoor terrace, a restaurant, nearly 550 square metres of function space, a fitness centre, and parking.

 We are delighted to partner with Frasers Property Australia and Sekisui House Australia to expand the presence of the Four Points brand in Australia, following the recent openings in Perth and Brisbane and the signing of another property slated to open in Melbourne in 2017, said Andrew Taylor, Director, Acquisitions and Development, Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Pacific. Boasting the largest pipeline in Starwoods portfolio, the Four Points brand recently reached 200 hotels globally and continues to experience strong growth around the world. 

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