Four Points Cleveland Airport opens

Starwood Hotels & Resorts’ newest hotel in Cleveland opened with the Four Points Cleveland Airport.

The property is located at 3181 W. 150th Street in what was formerly a Holiday Inn. As the first Four Points in Cleveland, the hotel consists of 147 guestrooms and offers 6,500 square feet of meeting space, an indoor pool, free Wi-Fi and a restaurant: Best Brews and BBQ.

The Four Points Cleveland Airport is owned by NextGen Hotels, and is counted among roughly 200 Four Points hotels operating in 30 countries worldwide. The hotel is located near Progressive Field, FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland State University and a collection of shops, restaurants and entertainment options.

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“We are thrilled to bring Four Points to Cleveland and anticipate the hotel will help meet rising demand for high-quality lodging in close proximity to the airport and downtown,” Paige Francis, VP of global brand management at Four Points, said in a statement.

The Four Points brand is a period of expansion, and is planning on expanding its portfolio of rooms by almost 60 percent over the next five years through a series of openings to take place worldwide. More than 20 Four Points properties are planned to open throughout North America by the end of 2017.

Throughout 2016, 11 new hotels opened throughout Greater Cleveland, adding nearly 2,000 rooms to the region’s hotel room inventory.

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