Hotel Equities to operate the Four Points by Sheraton Long Island City

A rendering of the Four Points by Sheraton Long Island City

Atlanta-based Hotel Equities has been selected to manage the Four Points by Sheraton Long Island City. The hotel recently completed a full renovation of its guestrooms, meeting space, restaurant and public space.

“Adding another property in New York has been a focus for Hotel Equities,” Joe Reardon, SVP of business development and marketing for Hotel Equities, said in a statement. “The property enjoys the benefits of a vibrant neighborhood scene within proximity to some of the NYC area hot spots.”

Providing panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline from its rooftop bar and floor-to-ceiling glass-wrapped meeting space, the Four Points Long Island City at 27-05 39th Avenue stands near the Queensboro bridge, one of the city’s major arteries, and minutes away from the heart of Manhattan. Located four miles to the west of LaGuardia International Airport, the hotel provides an airport shuttle for guests, along with covered parking. In addition to providing guests with to the city, the hotel also provides dining, shopping and all that NYC has to offer. 

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The hotel has 3,000 square feet of meeting space also with views of the Manhattan skyline for weddings, receptions and business meetings. The functional space is complemented by the business center and 24-hour fitness center. Guests will have access to full-service dining at Michael’s Cafe, the hotel’s lobby-level restaurant with American cuisine, along with the Four Point’s “Best Brews” which serves refreshing, curated local beers and seasonal appetizers.

Hotel Equities is an Atlanta-based full-service hotel ownership, management and development firm operating more than 100 hotels throughout North America.

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