Hotel Equities acquires management of Four Points by Sheraton in York, Pa.

Photo credit: Four Points by Sheraton

Atlanta-based Hotel Equities acquired the management of the Four Points by Sheraton in York, Pa. Located at 1650 Toronita Street and serving the business district on the city’s north side, the hotel is Hotel Equities’ first in the state of Pennsylvania. P’tosh Hotels owns the 146-room property, while Sky Points Hospitality is the limited liability company behind the hotel. Ownership plans to renovate the property. 

“We’re excited to add another Four Points by Sheraton hotel to our growing portfolio and partner with P’tosh Hotels as we continue our growth in the Northeast,” Joe Reardon, SVP of business development and marketing for Hotel Equities, said in a statement. “Our award-winning guest service, sales and revenue management, along with our best-in-class operations team and Four Points experience and knowledge will deliver exceptional value back to our owner as we make an impact within the community.”

“Sky Points Hospitality is committed to delivering an impressive renovation that will position the hotel as the premier location around York to host regional and local meetings and social events,” Dominic Buompastore, Hotel Equities’ VP of operations/full service & resorts, said in a statement. “The meeting space, restaurant and bar concept set it apart from other hotels throughout the market.”

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Situated in the heart of York, the "Factory Tour Capital of the World," the Four Points by Sheraton York provides access to the Harley Davidson Museum, historic downtown York and the York Fairgrounds, home of America's first fair. The Gettysburg Battlefield is within driving distance to the west, with Lancaster County and the Amish country to the east. Hershey is located nearby to the north.

“We are very pleased to add the Four Points by Sheraton York to our growing portfolio,” an executive at P’tosh Hotels said in a statement. “We have picked an excellent management company in Hotel Equities whose strong value systems, ethical practices and winning track record will ensure the hotel’s success.”

At the Four Points York, guests will have access to the Trio Restaurant and Lounge, and will have access to local craft beers. The hotel has an enclosed pool plus whirlpool/hot tub, a fitness center, business center and free Wi-Fi. Three multifunctional rooms in the hotel include 3,115 square feet of space for meetings, events or weddings. On-site catering is also available.

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