Starwood signs Four Points by Sheraton Bali

Starwood Hotels & Resorts signed the Four Points by Sheraton Bali, Kuta with PT Umah Benesari. The new-build hotel is scheduled to open in May 2015.

Four Points by Sheraton Bali, Kuta joins Starwood's already portfolio in Indonesia. The company currently operates 14 properties nationwide under its Sheraton, Westin, Le Méridien, St. Regis, W Hotels and The Luxury Collection brand flags. In the next four years, Starwood will continue to ramp up its growth in Indonesia, with plans to open 12 additional hotels across the country. Four Points by Sheraton Bali, Kuta marks Starwood's seventh property in Bali, with another two, The Westin Ubud and The Saraswati, a Luxury Collection Resort, Bali, slated for opening by 2016.

Located on Jalan Benesari, Banjar Pengabetan, Four Points by Sheraton Bali, Kuta occupies a serene area of Kuta. The hotel is minutes away from the famous Kuta Beach and its nightlife, shops and restaurants. Just a half-hour drive north of Bali's Ngurah Rai International Airport, Four Points by Sheraton Bali, Kuta will have 186 guestrooms, ranging from 28 to 55 square meters in size. Food and beverage venues will include an all-day dining restaurant, rooftop club, lobby bar and beer garden café. The latter will have the brand's signature Best Brews program, highlighting the best local draft beers. Other hotel facilities will include a fitness center, 180 square meters of meeting space and a Kids' Club. In addition, guests will have access to complimentary Internet access in all public spaces, bottled water and breakfast with fresh coffee.

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