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Four Points opens at Toronto Airport

The Four Points by Sheraton
Toronto Airport has been officially opened. The entire hotel, formerly the Days Hotel & Conference Centre Toronto Airport, has undergone a significant refurbishment and an expansion to its lobby, meeting space and guest rooms. The hotel is owned by Royal Equator Inc. of Toronto and is flying the Four Points by Sheraton flag under a long-term franchise agreement.

“We are thrilled to offer this prime location in Toronto for our loyal Four Points by Sheraton travelers,” said Hoyt Harper, senior vice president, Four Points by Sheraton brand. “The Four Points by Sheraton brand prides itself on honest, uncomplicated comfort and this airport hotel could not be easier for travelers on the go.”

Guests will enjoy the new Four Points by Sheraton Four Comfort Bed, a multi-layered, cozy ensemble designed to pamper guests. In addition to a duvet in a rich palette of colors matching each hotel’s decor, the bed features a plush mattress and a welcoming quartet of pillows for relaxing that includes two feather/down sleeping pillows and two oversized lounging pillows. Free wireless high-speed Internet access and free bottled water are offered at all Four Points by Sheraton hotels.

Additional guest services include an indoor heated pool, fitness facility, 24-hour airport shuttle to all terminals, room service, and all the other comfort offerings of the Four Points by Sheraton brand. The refurbished 14 meeting rooms offer a total of 11,000 square feet of flexible function space. Guests can also enjoy the 120-seat DeMaple Restaurant & 60-seat lounge.