Conversion project brings Four Points by Sheraton to Newburgh, New York

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    The popular Four Points by Sheraton brand has made its debut in Newburgh, New York. That’s according to a statement released by Starwood Hotels and Resorts last week.The opening follows a multi-million dollar conversion project of the former Comfort Inn property on the site, which was spearheaded by Jonathan S. Lifschutz.

    “My goal was to bring an internationally recognised brand to Newburgh, offering a new level of service to the area,” said Jonathan Lifschutz. “I’ve seen a growing need and demand for strong brands like Four Points to offer a new level of design and sophistication to secondary markets. Four Points by Sheraton Newburgh will offer business and leisure travelers a differentiated hotel experience for their lodging needs.”

    The new Four Points by Sheraton Newburgh features 124 stylish guestrooms, an “open style” public space environment with a brand new two-story open lobby, complete with a lobby bar and restaurant serving American cuisine. The hotel also features a gift shop, business centre, lobby library, and the brand’s signature front desk experience.

    The exterior of the new Four Points includes a brand new stucco façade, LED site lighting and site landscaping throughout the facility and a brand new parking lot with pavers accents by outdoor sitting areas for guests to enjoy the taste of the Hudson valley surroundings. The hotel features a courtyard area, complete with a heated outdoor pool surrounding by seating and event space for large parties of 200+ guests. The pool area will offer an exclusive menu catered toward families and business travellers.

    Daniel Fountain / 03.10.2015

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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