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December 30 (SeeNews) - U.S. hotel chain Starwood Hotels&Resorts said on Monday it has signed a deal with Slovenia's Kranjska Investicijska Druzba for the opening of a Four Points by Sheraton Ljubljana Mons hotel in the Southeast European country.
The hotel will mark the entry of Starwood into the Slovenian market when it opens in 2014, Starwood said in a statement.
The deal underscores Starwood’s strategic expansion plans to open more than 50 hotels across Europe over the next five years.
Four Points by Sheraton Ljubljana Mons will feature 114 guest rooms including three junior suites, a restaurant and bar, nearly 850 square metres of meeting and event space, including a large ballroom, two meeting rooms and three boardrooms, as well as a fitness centre and parking facilities.
It will be added to the Four Points by Sheraton portfolio following a renovation and re-branding process and is part of Starwood’s strategic development plan to convert hotels throughout key locations across Europe, Africa and the Middle East.
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