Keyword: Marriott International
The new properties in Phuket and Pattaya will add nearly 1,550 guestrooms to the company’s Thai portfolio between late 2020 and 2024.
Lodging Econometrics’ latest data breaks down the U.S. hotel construction pipeline by franchise company and market.
Expenses are outpacing revenue growth, decreasing profits for hoteliers across Europe.
The company plans to introduce the changes—including switching to large-format bathroom amenities—no later than June 2021.
Al Messila, A Luxury Collection Resort & Spa in Doha, has 152 rooms and suites.
The Montreal-based company plans to open the 208-room hotel, its second with the brand, in the summer of 2022.
The hotels, all Marriott brands, will grow the company’s portfolio to 41 properties with 5,340 rooms.
While revenue growth was firmly in the middle of the prior guidance, the company has cut its guidance for Q4.
The new-build resort is an hour's seaplane flight from the south Asian country's capital city of Male.
The sale furthers the relationship between the Qatar Investment Authority and the luxury brand.