Hotel Equities to manage Illinois Four Points

The Four Points by Sheraton St. Louis-Fairview Heights is located 12 miles from St. Louis. Photo credit: Marriott International

Atlanta-based hotel owner, operator and developer Hotel Equities was selected as the management firm for the Four Points by Sheraton St. Louis-Fairview Heights in Fairview Heights, Ill. The 120-room hotel has 11,000 square feet of event space. The hotel is owned by Cloud 9 Hospitality.

“We are proud to add this hotel to our growing portfolio,” Joe Reardon, chief development officer for Hotel Equities, said in a statement. “Our regional team’s expertise in operations and sales and revenue management delivers top performance results in the St. Louis market. We look forward to adding that value for this ownership group.”

The Four Points hotel offers a 24-hour fitness center, indoor heated swimming pool, complimentary high speed Wi-Fi and the Fountains Café, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The hotel offers one of the largest event spaces in market offering guests 11,000 square feet. The hotel will undergo a renovation with improvements and updates scheduled to begin in Q1 2019.

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“The team at Hotel Equities values their owners and cares for client assets as if they were their own,” Sam Desai, owner representative for the Four Points, said in a statement. “This was a unique characteristic we were seeking in a managing partner. It is reassuring to see them investing in their people, tools and other resources necessary to ensure they continue to be successful in years to come.”

Situated 12 miles east of St. Louis, the hotel is located near attractions such as the Gateway Arch/Jefferson National Expansion Monument.

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