Four Points by Sheraton Setif opens in Algeria

The new Four Points by Sheraton Setif marks Marriott International's ninth property in Algeria. Photo credit: Marriott International

Marriott International has opened the Four Points by Sheraton Setif, its ninth property in Algeria. The new hotel features 191 accommodations, including 13 suites and inter-connecting rooms, as well as a 24-hour fitness center and an outdoor pool.

The property has an Italian restaurant, Brezza, on the 17th floor and the Magherbine-inspired dining venue Zitoune, four meeting rooms, 24-hour business services, a dedicated events team and a spa.

Guests will receive complimentary bottled water in their rooms, free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel and breakfast. All rooms include the Four Points by Sheraton Comfort Bed.

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“We are excited to open Four Points by Sheraton Setif set in a historic and sought-after part of the city,” said Henricus Broekhoven, the hotel's general manager.  “The hotel offers an uncomplicated travel experience with its comfortable room offering, convenient location and wide range of facilities.”

Four Points by Sheraton Setif directly connects to a mall that houses an assortment of international fashion brands, a kid’s zone, a cinema, an ice-skating rink and a 400-person convention center. History buffs wandering near the hotel can also find an assortment of national landmarks dating back to the Berber Kingdom and the Roman Empire. For those looking to explore further, the property’s central location offers access to a stop along Setif’s new tram line.

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