Marriott International, Inc. today announced the opening of Four Points Manhattan Midtown West, the brand’s fifth hotel in Manhattan. Catering to the needs of today’s modern traveler, the hotel offers timeless design, stylish comfort and what matters most plus extras guests want.
Owned by Joy Construction and managed by Real Hospitality, the newly constructed Four Points Manhattan Midtown West offers 148 spacious guest rooms, a 24-hour fitness center, a business center, and fast and free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. Guests can enjoy full-service dining at Hudson Bar Room, the hotel restaurant serving American cuisine, and at the hotel lounge, guests can enjoy the brand’s iconic Best Brews and BBQ, which features refreshing local beers on tap and seasonal BBQ-style appetizers.
The hotel is located near Hudson Yards – one of the most buzzed about new developments in Manhattan, which is experiencing a development boom with more than 17 million square feet of space for new tenants as well as the upcoming expansion of the High Line, a public park built on a historic freight rail line elevated above the streets on Manhattan’s West Side. The hotel will also be close to numerous corporate offices, Madison Square Garden, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center and top New York City attractions, including the Empire State Building, Times Square and the Broadway Theater District, making it the perfect location for a new Four Points.
“We are delighted to grow the Four Points portfolio in Manhattan, where travelers to the city can enjoy the authentic sensibility they’ve come to expect right at the center of all the action,” said Paige Francis, Vice President, Global Brand Management for Four Points. “Four Points has experienced phenomenal growth in markets throughout North America and beyond due to the success of its positioning with flexible building options, incredible development opportunities, and widespread global appeal.”
“Four Points is a terrific choice for this dynamic neighborhood in Manhattan, offering travelers style, comfort and affordability within easy access of everything New York City has to offer,” said Ben Seidel, President and CEO of Real Hospitality Group. “Guests will find comfortable and stylish accommodations and an inviting atmosphere where they can unwind after a day of meetings or sightseeing. This newly developed part of the city is underserved from a hotel perspective and we are excited to be one of the first to move in.”
Four Points is on track to expand its portfolio of rooms by nearly 60% in the next five years with new hotels strategically located in nearly every corner of the globe. Hotels expected to open in North America by the end of 2017 include: Four Points Cleveland Eastlake; Four Points Juneau; Four Points Fort Lauderdale Airport/Cruise Port; Four Points Miami Airport; Four Points Atlanta Airport West; Four Points Mt. Prospect (IL); Four Points Peoria (IL); Four Points Detroit Novi; Four Points Charlotte – Lake Norman; Four Points Raleigh North; Four Points Spartanburg (SC); Four Points Arlington (TX); Four Points Houston Intercontinental Airport; Four Points McAllen (TX); and Four Points Salt Lake City Airport.