Major hotels in Tanzania to be constructed
Four Points by Sheraton brand in Tanzania and Four Points by Sheraton Dar es Salaam will be introduced in the Tanzanian market this comes with the signing of Four Points by Sheraton Arusha during the Africa Hotel Investment Forum in Togo.
Michael Wale, President of Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Europe, Africa and Middle East confirmed the news and said that their entry into the Tanzanian market is a plus for their brand.
“The entry of Four Points to Tanzania is a milestone addition to our fast growing footprint in Africa and it highly reflects the strong traction the brand has gained in the region, Tanzania has long been on travelers’ bucket list and Four Points by Sheraton is reinventing travel by offering guests exactly what they need whilst on the road.” said Michael Wale, President, Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Europe, Africa and Middle East.
Both hotels are expected to offer contemporary rooms, food and beverage options which consist of an all-day dining restaurant and a pool bar. Guests will also have the chance of experiencing the brand’s signature Best Brews™ program featuring local beers at the lobby bar and lounge that is an ideal spot to watch sports matches while unwinding with friends and colleagues.
Four Points by Sheraton hotels
Other hotel facilities in the hotels comprise of a fitness center, an outdoor pool and flexible meeting spaces. Furthermore, the hotels will provide all of the brand’s defining elements including the famous signature four points bed, fast and free Wi-Fi in the hotel, free bottled water in all rooms and suites, and an energizing breakfast with fresh coffee that boosts guests energy and help them start and end the day well.
The Four Points brand has the largest global pipeline in Starwood’s portfolio of brands.
With two Four Points by Sheraton hotels presently operating in Africa and eight more presently in the pipeline, the brand is enjoying immense interest from developers across the continent due to Starwood’s conversion-friendly approach and the ability to convert hotels within a short amount of time.
In 2015 Sheraton announced that it was constructing a high end hotel in Kenya.