Marriott's Autograph Collection adds Netherlands, U.S. hotels

Q&C Hotel, New Orleans

Marriott's Autograph Collection soft brand has added four properties to its global portfolio. The new hotels are located in the Florida Keys, New Orleans, Michigan and in The Netherlands. 

The Collection’s latest additions include:

Hotel Nassau Breda
Hotel Nassau Breda

Hotel Nassau Breda, Autograph Collection (Breda, The Netherlands)
On one of the oldest streets in Breda's city center, the Hotel Nassau Breda, which opened on May 26 this year, is a recreation of courthouses, a convent and a chapel. The completed hotel has 95 rooms.  

The Saint Hotel Key West, Autograph Collection (Key West, Florida)
Located on Duval Street just blocks from Mallory Square’s daily Key West Sunset Celebration, The Saint Hotel Key West has just 36 rooms. The former Southern Cross Hotel was renamed The Saint Hotel Key West when it reopened in February of last year following a $22-million dollar purchase and renovation. 


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Q&C Hotel and Bar, Autograph Collection (New Orleans, LA)
The 196-room Q&C Hotel and Bar is located between the French Quarter and the Central Business District, close to most major tourist attractions. The hotel is more than 100 years old and located on the Historic Register. It underwent a renovation in 2014. 

The Inn at Bay Harbor, Autograph Collection (Bay Harbor, Michigan)
The Inn at Bay Harbor is situated on the shore of Lake Michigan’s Little Traverse Bay. The hotel’s 123 one-, two- and three-bedroom suites have full kitchens, living areas with Travertine stone fireplaces and marble baths. 

Launched in 2010, Autograph Collection Hotels has grown from fewer than five hotels in 2010 to more than 95 hotels today, making it not only Marriott International’s fastest-growing brand, but one of the fastest-growing hotel brands in the industry.

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