Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina to undergo $7M renovation

Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina announced that the hotel's 446-slip marina will undergo a $7-million renovation in the last quarter of 2015.

The renovation will involve the replacement of wood and concrete structures as well as the construction of a new restroom and laundry facility. The hotel will also build a new restroom and coin-operated laundry facility for the convenience of marina visitors.

The renovation represents an investment by Host Hotels & Resorts.

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For dining, Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina has the Marina Kitchen Restaurant & Bar, Tequila Bar & Grille, Roy's, and Exchange.

Other amenities at the San Diego marina hotel include a spa, fitness center and resort-style swimming pools and whirlpools.

Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina at 333 W. Harbor Drive in San Diego, Calif., is near Seaport Village, the San Diego Convention Center, San Diego Zoo and Gaslamp Quarter. The Downtown San Diego hotel has two towers, each with 25 floors, and has 1,360 guestrooms, five restaurants, a fitness center, spa, two outdoor pools, a 446-slip marina and 240,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space including a new ballroom expansion set to open summer 2016. Wireless Internet is provided in the hotel lobby, public spaces and also in the guestrooms. 

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