Four Points by Sheraton, part of Starwood Hotels and Resorts, is set to expand its portfolio in 2010, with 14 new hotels in North America, Asia and Africa.
In the first half of 2010, Four Points by Sheraton plans to opens its 150th property worldwide.
New-build hotels will mean the brand's debut in Nigeria, in the capital Lagos. In Thailand, Bangkok and Phuket will get their first Four Points hotels, also new-builds.
Simon Turner, President of Global Development, said: "In North America, where the brand already enjoys market leading presence, we are seeing growth through conversion and adaptive reuse projects."
In Canada hotels will open in Calgary, Niagara Falls and Saskatoon, and in the US properties are planned for San Jose, Oklahoma City, Memphis and Long Island City.
In China, new hotels will open in Lianyungang, known as China's east-west freight corridor, the port city of Taicang, and Tai'An, home to Mount Taishan, a UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage site.
The Four Points brand has recently undergone a $1 billion rejuvenation. There are currently 148 properties in 24 countries.