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Sheraton & Four Points up for sale

The property has 1,219 rooms.

Sheraton and Four Points by Sheraton Tung Chung Hotel, Marriott's first dual-branded project in Hong Kong, has been launched for sale.

JLL, the property's exclusive marketing agent, said the sale includes T-Bay, the newest community hub in Tung Chung of restaurants, bars, and shops.

READ MORE: Buildings Department approves 23 construction plans last January

The property is on sale via an Expression of Interest process. The hotel comprises 1,219 rooms and 3,400 square metres of indoor and outdoor meeting space that meets the diverse needs of both MICE and wedding clients.

JLL Hotels and Hospitality Group Senior Vice President, Ling Wei Tan, said the Sheraton and Four Points are well-positioned to benefit from pent-up travel demand across all segments.
 

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