Four Points by Sheraton to debut in Sharjah

Property marks a first for the brand in the emirate and is set to open by mid-January 2019

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Four Points by Sheraton is to debut in Sharjah and will be located in the centre of Sharjah on King Faisal Street, close to Al Ittihad Square.

The 225-room property is connected to a business tower and an shopping mall within the same premises.

The property includes food and beverage venues such as Yasmina, Cheeky Chan, Library Café and a pool-side Tea Garden.  

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Additional hotel facilities include meeting spaces, an open-air swimming pool and kids' pool and fitness centre.  

The Four Points by Sheraton is the second hotel by Marriott International in the emirate, with the Sheraton Sharjah Beach Resort & Spa being the new property’s existing sister brand.

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