Marriott International announced the highly-anticipated completion of JW Marriott New Orleans’ massive renovation, which includes an extensive transformation to all 494 guestrooms, seven suites and public spaces. The hotel’s restoration embraces the culture and vivacity of The Big Easy while providing JW Marriott’s sophisticated and self-assured guests with the highest degree of luxury service and accommodations.
Marriott International announced rapid expansion plans across Africa. Strong demand for select-service brands and conversion opportunities are driving the momentum of growth for the company, amplified by five new hotel signings.
Marriott International announced the debut of Element Hotels in the Middle East and Africa with the opening of Element Me’aisam, Dubai.
Analysts at Lodging Econometrics (LE) have reported that the Middle East’s construction pipeline is going up significantly.
Marriott International reiterated its commitment to Saudi Vision 2030 at the inaugural Saudi Arabia Hotel Investment Conference (SHIC) 2018.
Following extensive renovations, Sheraton Cairo Hotel & Casino has reopened with refreshed public spaces, revitalised dining concepts and a vibrant aesthetic with modern interiors.
Marriott International announced the opening of Four Points by Sheraton Hakodate, bringing the first Four Points branded hotel in Japan.
Marriott International continues to strengthen its position across the Middle East and Africa (MEA), with 29 new properties set to open in the region this year, boasting a total of 6,815 keys.
In order to satisfy travellers seeking out memorable personalised experiences, Marriott International has recently invested in PlacePass, a provider of travel technology solutions.