Four Points by Sheraton, Auckland has claimed a major national property accolade, taking out ‘Best in Category’ for Tourism and Leisure at the Property Council New Zealand Awards this week.
The successful submission came from the Russell Property Group, who was in charge of the development and supported with architecture from Dalman Architects.
The 245-room property was voted as the winner among an esteemed field of nominees which included the Air New Zealand regional lounge at Auckland Airport; Pullman Rotorua Hotel and the Dark Sky Observatory in Lake Tekapo.
Four Points by Sheraton, Auckland, also includes guest features including a fitness centre, conference and meeting rooms and two food and beverage venues – the Queen’s Head Bar and Eatery and The Churchill, which is Auckland’s highest rooftop bar.
Dalman Architects Managing Director, Richard Dalman, said the recognition was highly valued and was a great endorsement for the whole team.
“The 17 finalists included hotels, hot pools, fitness centre, Koru lounge, airport building, and other tourist developments” he said.