Starwood signs the Sheraton Melbourne Docklands in Australia

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide signed the Four Points by Sheraton Melbourne Docklands in Australia. The hotel is owned by Meteorite Land (Pearl River) as trustee for Meteorite Land (Pearl River) Unit Trust, and will be operated by Hiap Hoe Limited, a Singapore Mainboard-listed regional premium real estate group. Set to open in January 2017, Four Points by Sheraton Melbourne Docklands will be located in the newly developed Digital Harbour Precinct in Melbourne Docklands. 

The upscale property, designed by architectural company dKo, will comprise part of the landmark and “Marina Tower Melbourne,” an urban development project converting 12,450 square feet of harbor side land into a mixed use residential and commercial precinct. 

Four Points by Sheraton Melbourne Docklands will have 269 guestrooms including 18 suites, with each guestroom offering harbor and city views. The hotel will also have three food and beverage venues including a signature restaurant, a deli-style style cafe for quick bites, and the hotel’s signature bar. The hotel’s recreational facilities will include a gym/fitness facility, an 82-foot outdoor heated swimming pool and an outdoor deck area.

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