Noel Robinson Architects designs Four Points by Sheraton Brisbane tower

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide announced that its Four Points by Sheraton brand made its debut in Brisbane, Australia. Owned by Felicity Hotel Pty, Four Points by Sheraton Brisbane is the first globally branded, new-build property to open in Brisbane’s Central Business District (CBD) in more than a decade. It is also the brand’s fourth property in Australia, joining Four Points hotels in Sydney, Geelong and Perth.

Four Points by Sheraton Brisbane is located in a 32-story tower designed by Brisbane-based Noel Robinson Architects at the heart of the city. The hotel has 246 guestrooms, a fitness center, and all of the brand’s amenities and services including free Wi-Fi, complimentary bottled water, fresh coffee in the lobby and the Best Brews local craft beer program.

The new Four Points is also located near the city’s key attractions, including the Queen Street Mall, Brisbane Botanical Gardens, Brisbane River and South Bank precinct, Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Treasury Casino and Queensland Art Gallery. The hotel is a short taxi ride from Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, a 20-minute drive from Brisbane’s international airport and is within easy reach of public transportation options.


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For events, the Four Points property offers 3,358 square feet of flexible meeting space equipped with new technology. In addition, an exclusive, covered rooftop venue on level 30, called Altitude, offers views across the city and river.

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