With open and multifunctional public spaces, guests are invited to experience a hotel in the centre of one of the most important tourist and corporate destinations in the Caribbean.
Marriott has outlined plans to reach net-zero value chain greenhouse gas emissions by no later than 2050. The ambition was confirmed in a letter to the Science Based Targets initiative.
As the hospitality community reconvenes for the Arabian Hotel Investment Conference in Dubai, Sandeep Walia, chief operating officer in the Middle East for Marriott International, tells Breaking Travel News how the sector is bouncing back after a challenging 18 months.
Marriott International has welcomed a new property in North Carolina with the opening of JW Marriott Charlotte. The hotel is located in the bustling dynamic Uptown neighbourhood.
Marriott has welcomed the opening of Delta Hotels by Marriott, Riviera Nayarit. Located on a hillside in La Cruz de Huanacaxtle, Riviera Nayarit, the resort offers an all-inclusive experience.
Following more than a year of physical isolation and missed connections, Marriott is ushering in a refreshed version of Marriott Bonvoy Moments.
Marriott International has reported a net income of $422 million for the second quarter, as the hospitality sector continues to rebound from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Marriott International has welcomed the debut of the St. Regis Qingdao. The opening marks the first Marriott luxury brand hotel in the north-eastern Shandong region.
Located in the one of the largest business parks in the province, Fairfield by Marriott South Binh Duong is an ideal base for local entrepreneurs and international business travellers.
Marriott has debuted its latest brand in South Korea with the opening of Josun Palace, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Seoul Gangnam. Originally built in 1914, the property is seen as one of Korea’s first luxury hotels.
Marriott has welcomed the opening of the St. Regis Dubai, the Palm. Designed to feature a sophisticated aesthetic, the property balances local influences with the modern glamour.
Marriott International has filed a lawsuit in federal court in Virginia against the unknown perpetrators responsible for illegal and fraudulent “robocalls” misusing its name.