Four Points by Sheraton Sharjah opened its doors earlier this year, complementing sister brand, the Sheraton Sharjah Beach Resort & Spa.
Ideally located in the centre of Sharjah on King Faisal Street close to Al Ittihad Square, the newest city hotel will have easy access for leisure with Al Majaz Waterfront in the south and for business in the north with the Bank Street. The Four Points by Sheraton Sharjah is directly connected with one of the most prestigious business towers in Sharjah and an upmarket shopping mall within the same premises. Furthermore, the hotel stands at the end of the famous Sharjah Buhairah Corniche offering many options for dining and family entertainment.
With 225 contemporary and comfortably designed guest rooms, the Four Points hotel offers fabulous views of the traditional Blue Souq and the Water Lagoon from the higher floors. It has a sizeable inventory of inter-connecting and twin rooms to accommodate families and large groups.
The hotel presents a range of food and beverage options and six modern and well-designed meeting spaces. Recreational services include an open-air swimming pool and a kid’s pool on the 8th floor with a stunning view of the sunset over Sharjah. A 24-hours fitness centre with separate facilities for men and women, steam and sauna is available too.
* Four Points by Sheraton Sharjah can be found in hall 2.2/102
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