Four Points by Sheraton in York, Pennsylvania, will undergo an extensive renovation under the guidance of Hotel Equities, a management company based in Atlanta.
Sky Points Hospitality LLC owns the 146-room full-service hotel, which has not been extensively renovated since 2009.
Pennsylvania Department of State records indicate Paritosh Mehta of Hershey, Pennsylvania, is the “organizer” of Sky Points Hospitality. The address of the company is the same as the Cocoa Country Inn at Hershey, which is included in the online portfolio of P’tosh Hotels.
The Four Points by Sheraton in York is in the city’s north business district at Interstate 83 and Route 30. It is near the York Fairgrounds, site of the nation’s oldest agricultural fair; the York Expo Center; the Harley Davidson Museum; and historic downtown York. The Gettysburg battlefield is due west; Lancaster County and its Amish country are east; and the capital city of Harrisburg and HersheyPark are nearby to the north.
The five-story hotel opened in 1971. The 2009 renovation cost $15 million, according to local reports.
The hotel’s Trio Restaurant and Lounge offers local craft beers. The hotel has an enclosed pool plus whirlpool/hot tub, a fitness center, a business center and more than 3,000 square feet of flexible meeting space. On-site catering is also available.
The management agreement gives Hotel Equities its first contract in Pennsylvania.
“Sky Points Hospitality is committed to delivering an impressive renovation that will position the hotel as the premier location around York to host regional and local meetings and social events,” said Dominic Buompastore, Hotel Equities’ vice president of operations, full service and resorts. “The meeting space, restaurant and bar concept set it apart from other hotels throughout the market.”
“We are very pleased to add the Four Points by Sheraton York to our growing portfolio,” said an unidentified P’tosh Hotels’ executive, in a statement from Hotel Equities. “We have picked an excellent management company in Hotel Equities whose strong value systems, ethical practices and winning track record will ensure the hotel’s success.”