Four Points by Sheraton Seoul, Gangnam

Four Points by Sheraton Seoul, Gangnam

Seoul, Korea – Marriott International today announced the opening of the 199-room Four Points by Sheraton Seoul, Gangnam, the second Four Points hotel to open in the Korean capital city. Located strategically in the heart of Seoul’s upscale Gangnam district, the new Four Points Seoul, Gangnam features uncomplicated yet sophisticated spaces with modern design elements complemented by thoughtful service.

“We are very happy to be opening the second Four Points by Sheraton hotel here in the exciting Gangnam district of Seoul, one of the most popular areas in South Korea for locals and visitors alike,” said Mike Fulkerson, Vice President, Brand and Marketing Asia Pacific, Marriott International. “The smart, independent traveler will appreciate the comfortable, relaxed ambience of the hotel and the team’s thoughtful service. Four Points Seoul, Gangnam will surely become a meeting place for locals to bond over craft beers on tap as part of the brand’s signature Best Brews™ program.”

Four Points by Sheraton Seoul, Gangnam – Standard Room

The new Four Points Seoul, Gangnam is conveniently located near major subway stations that are within walking distance to the hotel, providing easy access to top attractions throughout the city. K Star Road, which is also nearby, will provide the ultimate immersive experience for fans of K-pop culture. It is also a shopping and nightlife haven, just mere minutes away from the hotel. Gangnam Business District, Cheongdam Luxury Street, Beauty Clinic Street and Garuso-gil, popular for their upscale boutiques, galleries, restaurants and cafes, are all located near the hotel.

The Four Points Seoul, Gangnam incorporates the Four Points style ethos – modern and practical, designed for the ultimate in comfort for business and leisure travelers. Each of the hotel’s 199 stylish guest rooms, including two penthouse suites, feature a 49-inch ultra HD TV, complimentary Wi-Fi, egg chair and a comfortable bed for a deep and restful sleep.

Evolution, the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant, boasts modern interiors, a lively atmosphere and offers an à-la-carte menu as well as a full buffet prepared with freshly selected local ingredients. The private dining room is for intimate family gatherings or business dinners.  The Lounge & Bar is the perfect place to unwind at the end of the day with a glass of wine, along with a selection of refreshing drinks, snacks and sweet desserts. Best Brews™, the brand’s signature beer program, invites guests to enjoy craft beers and authentic local flavors with fresh ingredients.

Committed to improving productivity while on the road, Four Points Seoul, Gangnam offers everything business travelers need. The second floor has 106 square meters of meeting space which can cater to a variety of event sizes and needs. Each function room is equipped with the latest technology for a seamless experience. The hotel also features state-of-the-art fitness equipment for a great workout, as well as sauna facilities to soothe and pamper after a day’s work, sightseeing or shopping.

“We are very proud to open a new Four Points by Sheraton hotel in Seoul, one of the most bustling cities in Asia,” said Jennifer Lee, General Manager, Four Points by Sheraton Seoul, Gangnam. “We strive to provide friendly, genuine service so guests can relax for a greater travel experience, whether they’re traveling for business or pleasure.”

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