Brisbane Adds To Its Luxury Hotel Options with Opening of Four Points by Sheraton


Four Points by Sheraton has moved into Brisbane. The opening marks the first international brand name hotel to settle into the city in over a decade.

The hotel is the work of Brisbane-based Noel Robinson Architects. It boasts 245 guest rooms and suites at 99-103 Mary Street in the city’s heart. It is intended for the growing corporate market in Brisbane.

Rooms on average span 27 square meters. The hotel also boasts a restaurant, coffee bar, rooftop venue and a high-tech meeting space. Four Points by Sheraton in Brisbane has been awarded a 4.5 star rating by the Australian STAR Rating Scheme.

Four Points by Sheraton isn’t the only hotel to settle into Brisbane recently. Other hotel developments include a new boutique hotel in Fortitude Valley, The Dunmore Hotel and a remodel of the Chifley at Lennons Hotel.

The Queensland Government has been hoping quality developments like Four Points by Sheraton would move into the state and help attract visitors. Queensland has set out to double the yearly overnight visitor spending from $15 billion in 2010 to $30 billion by 2020.

Details and photo courtesy of Sourceable

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