Jacksonville Beachfront Welcomes Second Sheraton

Four Points by Sheraton Opens Second Hotel in Jacksonville, Florida

Features 72 spacious oceanfront suites

Four Points Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE: HOT) announced its rapidly expanding Four Points brand has opened its second hotel in Jacksonville, Florida. Four Points by Sheraton Jacksonville Beachfront features 72 spacious oceanfront suites with the classic style and uncomplicated comfort that has made Four Points a hit with guests worldwide. Owned by Oceanfront Lodging II Inc., the hotel just completed a $2 million renovation prior to raising the Four Points flag.

“Four Points by Sheraton Jacksonville Beachfront is a terrific new option for travelers to the vibrant city of Jacksonville, offering them an unbeatable beachfront location,” said Brian McGuinness, Senior Vice President of Specialty Select Brands for Starwood. “At Four Points we deliver great design, genuine service and extras that guests love like fast and free WiFi, free bottled water, and fresh local craft beer on tap with the Best Brews™ program.”

Located directly on the white sands of Jacksonville Beach, the hotel offers an outdoor pool and whirlpool, a 24-hour fitness center, full-service dining and 1,800 square feet of state-of-the-art meeting space. All suites are oceanfront with a private balcony offering an unobstructed view of Jacksonville Beach and the Atlantic Ocean. The hotel is convenient to the Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, Naval Station Mayport, Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens, Jacksonville Landing and EverBank Stadium, home of the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars.

“We are delighted to raise the Four Points flag at our newly refurbished beachfront hotel and expect it will soon become a top choice among business and leisure travelers,” said Ofelia Bush, Director of Sales, Four Points by Sheraton Jacksonville Beachfront. “By becoming a Four Points, we can also leverage the power of Starwood and connect with even more travelers through the award-winning Starwood Preferred Guest program.”



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