PEORIA, Ill .– The redeveloped Four Points by Sheraton Peoria opened its doors Tuesday.
Four Points, located at 500 Hamilton Boulevard, is now downtown Peoria’s largest hotel. It has nine floors, 323 rooms, 12 event spaces, a 24-hour fitness center, a heated indoor swimming pool with a splash pad and whirlpool, and more.
“We recognize the important role this hotel plays in Peoria’s economy and specifically for regional tourism,” said Matt Grafton, Director of New Openings at Hawkeye Hotels. “After a thorough redevelopment process, we are proud to reopen a more sustainable, higher-quality property with long-lasting infrastructure.”
Additionally, the full-service dining restaurant Craft309 Kitchen + Bar is available to the public and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Craft309 offers American fare with an emphasis on comfort food and familiar dishes with unfamiliar twists. A private dining space for parties of up to 50 people is available too.
A curated menu of 30 draft beers will showcase both local and regional craft breweries.
“The Four Points by Sheraton Peoria boasts the most hotel rooms in Peoria and will play an integral role in not only the economic opportunity but also with the convenience of our current and future clients as they choose Peoria as a destination,” said J.D. Dalfonso, President/CEO of the Peoria Area Convention and Visitors Bureau. “We stand ready to work with the Four Points upon their opening and look forward to filling those rooms with convention-goers and travelers to the Peoria region.”
The hotel is located about six miles from General Wayne A. Downing Peoria International Airport and provides airport shuttle service.
The Iowa-based Hawkeye Hotels took over the building back in 2016. The hotel closed in 2013, going through various repairs and ownership changes. It was expected to open back in 2017, but plans were delayed after a pipe burst damaged more than 60 rooms.
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