Hotel near YLW inks deal with Ric’s Grill

Sheraton Four Points hotel that has partnered with Ric’s Lounge and Grill, the largest family-owned steakhouse chain in North America.

The Sheraton Four Points hotel adjacent to Kelowna Internatiional Airport has announced a deal for Ric’s Lounge and Grill to be the onsite restaurant when the hotel opens this summer on Airport Way.

This will be the fifth Sheraton Four Points hotel that has partnered with Ric’s Lounge and Grill in Western Canada, the largest family-owned steakhouse chain in North America.

“We are thrilled to be working with the team at Ric’s Lounge and Grill who will provide visitors to the hotel with the same great value and the genuine service that guests have come to associate with the Four Points brand,” said Thom Killingsworth, general manager of The Four Points Sheraton.

“This brings a team with a proven track record of success and a well-established brand that visitors will recognize and appreciate.”

“Guests traveling in and out of the Okanagan Valley will enjoy a great hotel experience with Four Points that will be complemented by Ric’s Lounge and Grill,” said Ted Callahan, president and chief executive officer of Argus Properties. “The addition of the hotel and restaurant will add convenience and choice to the Airport Business Park Community, the UBC Okanagan faculty and students, as well as the residents of Quail Ridge.”

The Four Points will open literally minutes from the airport baggage claim.

Owned by Argus Properties Ltd. and managed by Pacrim Hospitality Services, the newly constructed hotel will be the first Four Points Sheraton hotel in Kelowna and the brand’s fifth in British Columbia.

The hotel will feature 120 rooms, 4,500 square-feet of meeting and convention room space, an indoor pool and fitness centre.

 

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