Marriott International, Inc. today announced the opening of Four Points by Sheraton Milwaukee Airport.
Asset managed by BASK Develpoment & Management, LLC, Four Points Milwaukee Airport, previously under the name Clarion Hotel Milwaukee Airport, offers 178 spacious guest rooms, over 17,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, a 24-hour fitness center, business center and fast and free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. Guests will enjoy full-service dining at the hotel pub and the brand’s iconic Best Brews and BBQ program, which serves guests refreshing, curated local beers and seasonal BBQ-style appetizers. Louie’s Demise from Mikwaukee MKE Brewing Company is the Best Brew at Four Points Milwaukee Airport.
Four Points Milwaukee Airport is just a short five minute drive from General Mitchell International Airport-MKE. It’s also a short drive from Miller Park, Home of the Milwaukee Brewers, as well as the Milwaukee County Zoo and Henry Maier Festival Park, home of Summerfest.
“Designed with the everyday traveler in mind, Four Points by Sheraton Milwaukee Airport will be a convenient stay for anyone looking to enjoy the world-class attractions of Milwaukee,” said Callette Nielsen, Vice President & Global Brand Manager of Courtyard, Fairfield, Four Points, and SpringHill Suites. “Accessible to families and business travelers alike, the friendly design of the property will make anyone’s stay comfortable.”
Owner of Four Points Milwaukee Airport, Amin Amdani, stated, “We are honored to be an exciting addition to the Marriott International Family at the General Mitchell International Airport. We look forward to welcoming guests to our hotel and being the destination of choice for leisure and business travelers from all over the world!”
Four Points is the most globally distributed brand in Marriott’s Classic Select category, boasting 225 hotels in nearly 40 countries and territories. The brand has more than 120 signed hotels in the pipeline, with nearly 50% of Four Points’ current portfolio of rooms located outside of North America, and over 65% of its signed pipeline expected to open outside of North America.