Since Sheraton Hotels are known for being upscale, they opened a subdivision of mid-scale hotel destinations known as Four Points in place of the existing Sheraton Inn locations. Over the years, the quality has crept up with Four Points by Sheraton now a four star hotel chain after over one billion dollars in renovations. There are more than 150 Four Points by Sheraton hotels in about 30 countries. Since the accommodations are great for guests of all types, the hotels can be found in big cities and suburbs, by the beach or near airports. Mainly, however, Four Points by Sheraton attracts business travelers and attendees of mid to small-range conventions.
Full Franchise Information
Though there are many hotels on the market, Sheraton’s recognizable name and reputation help it to stand out and attract regular, loyal customers, regardless of the destination city. Four Points by Sheraton offers development support to its franchisees in the form of architecture and construction, procurement, residential services, and training.
Four Points by Sheraton Franchise Opportunities - History
Sheraton Hotels opened Four Points by Sheraton to replace its Sheraton Inns brand. Three years later, Starwood Inc. purchased Sheraton, and within another two years, Starwood recreated Four Points by Sheraton as a more upscale hotel chain.
Four Points by Sheraton Franchise Cost / Initial Investment / Four Points by Sheraton Franchise Income
The franchise cost and total investment amounts for Four Points by Sheraton is unavailable currently. Interested parties are encouraged to contact Starwood Hotels to discuss franchising options for Sheraton and its other hotel chains such as Westin, St. Regis, W Hotels, Sheraton, Aloft, Element, Le Meridien, and the Luxury Collection.
Four Points by Sheraton Business Opportunities: Other Information
Four Points by Sheraton is the ultimate place for beer lovers to stay. The chain participates in the “Best Brews Program” serving the finest in craft beers in all of its locations.