Ketch A Brew At Four Points

03/08/2016
Ketch A Brew At Four Points

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By: Justin Dizon

The recently-opened Four Points by Sheraton on Platt Street may be new to the neighborhood, but its restaurant, the Ketch Brewhouse, is not.

Within walking distance of a plethora of shops, restaurants, galleries, subway stops and tourist attractions, the new hotel is a perfect place for both productivity and pleasure. Abutting an open outdoor lounge, the lobby glows with golden lighting and an inviting atmosphere. The hotel features 261 smoke-free guest rooms, free coffee and bottled water, 1,300 square feet of event space and 24-hour business and fitness centers.

Now, about that brew. Right next door is Ketch Brewhouse, making its return to the neighborhood. The back wall is adorned with a fully-stocked bar (ideal for the daily happy hour) and a row of flat screen televisions.  As warmer weather approaches, a rooftop bar also beckons.

So whether you just want to have a beer with friends or are traveling to LM and need a place to stay, check out these two new additions.

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