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International hotel opens in NewQuay

30 Mar 2017

Four Points by Sheraton has officially opened its doors at the Marina Tower on March 28.

The four-star international hotel offers 273 guest rooms and 500sqm of function space in the NewQuay precinct.

The designer behind the contemporary establishment is Docklands’ own DKO Architecture. The design features dark charcoal and aquamarine palette with blonde timber, bleached wood panelling, abundant marble and glass, fresh greenery and deeper notes of black and bronze.

The ample function space can welcome up to 200 guests for conferences and social functions and is equipped with internet access and professional AV facilities. Private and banquet function space is available on the seventh-floor sky lounge with outdoor deck, boardrooms and bar and lounge area.

“We’re excited to open the doors on our new property that’s been very carefully planned, designed and built to create a warm welcome to both business and leisure guests and bring Four Points hospitality to this part of the city,” Stephen Ferrigno, Four Points general manager said.

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