Four Points by Sheraton

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. As of March 31, 2019, the group operates 278 worldwide under the Four Points by Sheraton brand with 50,311 rooms.[1][2]

Four Points by Sheraton
IndustryHospitality, Tourism
Number of locations
271 (December 31, 2018)[1]
Area served
ParentMarriott International

Four Points by Sheraton operates hotels on six continents, including 7 in Africa, 5 in the Australia and Pacific region, 19 in Europe, 79 in Asia and Middle East, 181 in North America, and 10 in South America.[3]


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.[4]


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