Lahore Regency, Marriott International sign deal to debut Four Points Sheraton in Pakistan

Lahore Regency Private Limited and Marriott International signed an agreement to open the first Four Points Sheraton hotel in Pakistan. Previously known as Hospitality Inn Lahore, the hotel will be converted to Four Points Sheraton Lahore in Q2 2019 and will boast the brand’s approachable design and excellent service at an honest value.

“We are delighted to collaborate with Marriott International to open Four Points Sheraton Lahore,” said Lahore Regency’s Managing Director and Chief Executive Khurram Khawaja. “With the tourism market in Pakistan set to grow in the coming years, we are looking at ways in which we can redefine travel experiences for travelers from across the globe”.

The Four Points Sheraton will feature 120 well-equipped guestrooms, all featuring the Four Points Signature Bed. Reflecting the Four Points Sheraton’s promise to provide what matters most to today’s independent travelers, the hotel offers the brand’s defining touches.

Marriott International’s Chief Development Officer for MEA commented, “We are excited to debut the Four Points Sheraton brand in Pakistan and further strengthen our relationship with Lahore Regency Private Limited. The Four Points Sheraton is one of the fastest growing hospitality brands in the world that s gaining great traction with developers across the region and resonates very well with today’s independent traveler. We continue to see great opportunities to further expand our brand portfolio in Pakistan and support the country’s overall tourism vision”.

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The hotel will also offer a diverse range of food and beverage outlets including Red Lotus, a Chinese restaurant with rich and bold flavours of the Szechuan Cuisine; Koyla, a rooftop restaurant with BBQ specialties; Lahore Gates Café which offers an extensive variety of local and international dishes; and The Pastry Shop for a café style experience with delicious coffee and light bites. Other facilities include a fitness centre and a rooftop swimming pool, as well as three banquet halls and two meeting rooms – all equipped with state-of-the-art technology.

Four Points Sheraton Lahore will be situated in the centre of the city’s commercial and shopping district, and just a 25-minute drive from the Allama Iqbal International Airport. The hotel will also be located in close proximity to key tourist attractions such as the Lahore Zoo, Governor House, Jinnah Gardens (old Lawrence Gardens), Quaid-e-Azam Library, Shahrah-e-Quaid-e-Azam (The Old Mall), and the Al-Hamra Art Centre.

 

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