Gulph Creek Hotels Opens Four Points by Sheraton in Newton, Massachusetts

USA, Newton, Massachusetts. August 04, 2020

The Four Points by Sheraton Boston Newton has officially opened. Catering to the needs of today's everyday traveler, the hotel offers approachable design, stylish comfort and all the brand's popular extras including a 24-hour fitness center, heated pool, fast and free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, and the Best Brews program.

The Four Points Boston Newton underwent a major renovation starting in October. The renovation included all guestrooms, meeting rooms, restaurant, lobby and public spaces. Some of the notable changes include; larger bathrooms on the executive floors, high-speed Cat 6 wiring throughout to ensure a fast Internet connection, a newly designed restaurant, new bedding and furniture, including 55-inch HDTV's with the latest Guest Entertainment System. Guests will experience a fresh and welcoming atmosphere in Newton's newest hotel.

Four Points Boston Newton, an asset managed by Gulph Creek Hotels, previously under the name Crowne Plaza Newton, offers 270 spacious guest rooms, over 6,000 square feet of meeting space and a business center. Guests will enjoy full-service dining at the newly designed restaurant - The Tavern, featuring local Best Brews and an American inspired menu. For breakfast, start your day right with freshly brewed coffee or tea and our Tavern Breakfast.

Four Points Boston Newton is just a short drive from Boston College, Boston University, Harvard University, MIT, Fenway Park, Faneuil Hall, Boston's Seaport District and Boston Common. It is also within driving distance to the cities of Waltham, Burlington and Dedham and is roughly eight miles from Boston Logan International Airport for a convenient trip.

"Designed with the everyday traveler in mind, Four Points Boston Newton will be a convenient stay for anyone looking to enjoy the world-class attractions of the Boston area," said Janis Milham, Senior Vice President and Global Brand Leader, Classic Select Brands. "Accessible to families and business travelers alike, the friendly design of the property will make anyone's stay comfortable."

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