Marriott's Tribute Portfolio adds Singapore, Amsterdam and Tampa hotels

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Marriott's 18-month-old Tribute Portfolio keeps on growing. The soft brand is adding hotels in American cities like Santa Fe, Denver, Houston and St. Louis, and internationally in Bali.

Here are three new upcoming hotels to join under the umbrella. 

Singapore: The Tribute Portfolio has arrived in Singapore with hôtel vagabond, A Tribute Portfolio Hotel. Owned by Harpreet Bedi and Satinder Garcha, the 41-room hotel was designed by French designer Jacques Garcia, and blends traditional Singaporean hospitality with Garcia’s signature maximalist style. The hotel is located just outside the central business district in the indie Jalan Besar area.

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Holland: The Portfolio is coming to Amsterdam through an agreement with Netherlands-based Apollo Hotels & Resorts. The 90-year-old Apollo Hotel is a 223-room property scheduled to join Tribute Portfolio in April 2017, following a major renovation of its guestrooms, restaurant and public areas. Set in a canal-front location in Amsterdam’s upscale Old-South (Oud-Zuid) district, the hotel is within easy reach of the city’s historic and cultural attractions. 

Tampa: The Westshore Grand, A Tribute Portfolio Hotel, is slated to open on November 2 as the collection's third Florida hotel. Previously known as The Paramount, the updated hotel has 323 guestrooms and suites, an expanded bar area, and a refreshed lobby with communal tables for socializing business, as well as several dining establishments such as the No Name Lounge and Shula’s Steakhouse.

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