St. Louis-Based Hotel Operator, Genuine Hospitality, LLC Selected to Operate the 147-Room Four Points by Sheraton-Cleveland / Airport.

USA, St. Louis, Missouri. June 02, 2021

Located at 4181 W 150th St., Cleveland, OH, the hotel is ideally located 3-miles NE of the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, 4-miles from the I-X Convention Center and just 9-miles SW of downtown Cleveland.

The 147-room Four Points by Sheraton-Cleveland / Airport boast 7,800 sq. ft. of meeting space, including 3,000 sq. ft. of meeting space on the top floor, upgraded fitness center, indoor heated pool, complimentary WiFi, complimentary airport transportation and includes The Hub Bar & Grill, serving a great selection of American cuisine, paired with a full-service bar, local brews, 15 TVs, and much more.

The Four Points by Sheraton-Cleveland / Airport will make the third Four Points by Sheraton and fifth Marriott asset within the 9-hotel Genuine Hospitality portfolio, adding to the Four Points by Sheraton-Omaha / Midtown, NE, Four Points by Sheraton-Mt. Prospect / Chicago O'Hare, IL, SpringHill Suites-Chicago/Bolingbrook, IL and the soon-to-open, TownePlace Suites-Waukegan / Gurnee, IL.

Kurt Furlong, Chief Revenue Officer & Partner, states "The Four Points by Sheraton-Cleveland / Airport, will be our first in the Cleveland market providing a terrific product to the transient, corporate and group customers, staying in the Cleveland Airport market."


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Tags: Genuine Hospitality, Cleveland Airport Hotels, Cleveland Marriott Hotels, Kurt Furlong, Rob Willard

About Genuine Hospitality, LLC

Media Contact:

Kurt Furlong
Chief Revenue Officer & Principal
Genuine Hospitality, LLC
T: +1 330-204-0370
E: [email protected]
W: http://www.genuinehospitalitygroup.com

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