Tongji Architectural Institute designs Guyana Marriott Hotel Georgetown

Marriott opened the Guyana Marriott Hotel Georgetown, the first Marriott International property for the country. Tongji Architectural Institute was the designer company and SCG International (Caribbean) was the construction company.

The 197-room Guyana Marriott Hotel Georgetown is located in the heart of Georgetown, where the Demerara River meets the Atlantic Ocean. The hotel includes the brand’s interactive Greatroom concept. The space offers free Wi-Fi connectivity and USB ports and outlets throughout.

The hotel’s custom designed guestrooms have a neutral palette, Wi-Fi connectivity, luxury bedding, LCD TVs, alarm clocks with iPhone 5 and iPad docking station, and Marriott Hotels’ signature bath amenities by THANN, a Thai skincare line.

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For dining, the property offers the Terra Mare restaurant. The hotel also has an outdoor modern pool deck with a bar and grill.

For events, the property has more than 8,900 square feet of meeting space, including a beautiful, modern grand ballroom.

The Guyana Marriott Hotel Georgetown has technology throughout the property, including wireless Internet connectivity, mobile check-in service, and the Red Coat Direct, a first-of-its-kind app that lets meeting planners input and adjust meeting requests with a swipe of a screen.

Other amenities include a fitness center, with the fitness facility featuring equipment and tech for cardio, strength and core training.

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