Venue of the Week: Four Points by Sheraton New York Downtown

C&IT's Venue of the Week is the recently opened Four Points by Sheraton New York Downtown hotel located in the heart of the Big Apple's Financial District.

Four Points by Sheraton New York Downtown
Four Points by Sheraton New York Downtown

The glut of openings in New York show no sign of slowing down, with Sheraton unveiling its newest hotel on the East Coast.

The property is located at 6 Platt Street in the centre of New York’s financial district, a short walk from famous tourist attractions, including Wall Street, the New York Stock Exchange, Battery Park and Brooklyn Bridge.

Four Points New York Downtown has 261 guest rooms and 610sqm of meetings and events space. It also features a business centre and offers free wi-fi throughout.

Other hotel amenities include a 24-hour fitness center and full-service dining at The Ketch Brewhouse. There is also a rooftop lounge that serves local beers and seasonal BBQ-style appetisers.

"We are delighted to introduce the popular Four Points brand to the heart of New York City’s bustling financial district and expect this new hotel will soon emerge as a leading choice among business and leisure travelers seeking a stylish and affordable option in an unbeatable location," said Ben Seidel, president and CEO of Real Hospitality Group (RHG), which is managing the hotel.

Other recent New York openings:

Incentive hotel 11 Howard to open in New York

IHG opens new Hotel Indigo in New York City

Renaissance to open New York's first 'digitally enhanced' hotel

More on New York:

New York: An Event Planner's Guide

The New York EDITION: hotel review

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