New Four Points opens in Juneau, Alaska

Marriott International opened the new Four Points Juneau, the brand’s first hotel in Alaska. 

Developed by YC Rivergold Hotel, Four Points Juneau offers 106 guestrooms and 211 square feet of meeting space. Guests will have access to full-service dining at the McGiveney's Downtown Sports Bar and Grill, including the brand’s Best Brews and BBQ, which offers local beers and seasonal BBQ-style appetizers. The hotel also provides access to a 24-hour fitness center, a business center and free Wi-Fi.

The hotel is located downtown across from the Centennial Hall Convention Center, Seadrome Marina, Alaska State Capitol and government offices, and is near downtown Juneau, which is home to museums, the city’s historic shopping district and a variety of restaurants.


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“The demand for reliable and comfortable hotel options is greater than ever and Four Points meets this demand like no other,” Callette Nielsen, VP & global brand manager of Courtyard, Fairfield, Four Points and SpringHill Suites, said in a statement. “We are excited to offer that to our customers traveling to Alaska’s dynamic capitol.”

“We are very pleased to become part the Marriott family,” Bal Gosal, managing partner of YC Rivergold Hotel, said in a statement. “We’re particularly excited about the standards of service it will bring to Juneau. We expect the opening of a Four Points will bring a sense of comfort to those traveling from afar."

Four Points is on track to expand its portfolio of rooms by nearly 60 percent in the next five years.

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