Fairfield brand debuts in Asia with Fairfield Bengaluru Rajajinager in India

Marriott International expanded its brand offering in Asia with the opening of its first Fairfield by Marriott hotel in Bengaluru, India. The brand is a player in the moderate tier segment.

Considered a growth engine for the company's expansion in Asia with 12 hotels signed in India and additional properties signed in Nepal and Indonesia, Fairfield represents an opportunity for Marriott International to move into new locations and markets. Marriott international offers nearly 20 brands globally, with eight in Asia Pacific. The addition of the Fairfield brand to this area is eyed to enhance the company's ability to meet the demands for international moderate tier brands.

Introduced in 1987, Marriott now has more than 715 properties throughout the US, Canada, Mexico and now India. It is designed to provide both business and leisure guests.

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The Fairfield Bengaluru Rajajinager in South India offers 148 rooms and Kava, a three-meal-a-day restaurant that will serve authentic Indian cuisine along with Western menu options, including both buffet and à la carte options. In addition, the hotel has a functional lobby with a bar lounge and 24/7 Market for drinks and snacks; banquet and meeting room space; a business center; as well as a fitness center and a rooftop pool.

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