Marriott's Four Points Miami Airport opens for business

Marriott International opened the Four Points Miami Airport, the brand’s second property in Miami and its tenth in the state.

Owned by Economos Properties, the newly constructed Four Points Miami Airport offers 124 guestrooms, 1,000 square feet of meeting space, a 24-hour fitness center, a business center, free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel and the brand’s Best Brews and BBQ program, including local beers and seasonal BBQ-style appetizers at the hotel lounge.

Four Points Miami Airport is located within three miles of the corporate offices of BV Oil Company, Harris Corporation, Magaya Corporation, Parker-Hannifin Corporation and Refricenter International. For exploration of South Florida, the property is six miles from Miami International and Dolphin Malls. Dining and entertainment options are abundant in Doral, Little Havana, Coral Gables and Coconut Grove, one of Miami’s oldest neighborhoods. Also within driving distance are the Wynwood Art District and Miami Beach. Miami International Airport is four miles away, and the Port of Miami is nine miles away.

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“Airport properties are at the crux of Four Points’ business model,” Callette Nielsen, VP & global brand manager of Courtyard, Fairfield, Four Points and SpringHill Suites, said in a statement. “We’re excited to open a second property in the area, especially at such a bustling terminal where business travelers will find a reliable night’s stay.”

“With reliable comfort for today’s modern traveler, our aim at Four Points Miami Airport is to make every traveler a repeat guest," Chris Lafontaine, GM, Four Points Miami Airport, said in a statement.

Four Points is on track to expand its portfolio of rooms by nearly 50 percent by the end of 2019 with new hotels located throughout the globe. Hotels expected to open in North America by the end of 2017 include: Four Points Cleveland Eastlake; Four Points Juneau; Four Points Fort Lauderdale Airport/Cruise Port; Four Points Atlanta Airport West; Four Points Mt. Prospect (Ill.); Four Points Peoria (Ill.); Four Points Detroit Novi; Four Points Charlotte - Lake Norman; Four Points Spartanburg (S.C.); Four Points Arlington (Texas); Four Points Houston Intercontinental Airport; Four Points McAllen (Texas); and Four Points Salt Lake City Airport.

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