A look at Marriott's U.S. Moxy hotels

Moxy New Orleans
(Marriott International)

Moxy Hotels, Marriott International’s new lifestyle brand, is opening two U.S. properties with the Moxy New Orleans, and Moxy Tempe, Ariz., both set to open in Spring 2016.  

Moxy Hotel staples include social public spaces, a 24/7 self-service grab and go food option, ample plug-ins for personal devices, free Wi-Fi, and the Moxy Digital Guestbook for streaming videos and pictures via Instagram. Each hotel is also equipped with a library and plug-in zones. Guestrooms will offer keyless entry, screen casting and motion-sensor lighting. The brand’s photo booth elevators encourage and enable guests to snap selfies with locally-inspired props.
Moxy New Orleans is located near the French Quarter in downtown New Orleans. Developed and owned by Noble Investment Group, the contemporary 108-room hotel is scheduled to be unveiled in April 2016.
Moxy Tempe will debut in March in the Phoenix-metro. Launched by Newport Beach, California-based Twenty Four Seven Hotels, Moxy Tempe will have 186 industrial chic bedrooms and free-flowing indoor/outdoor space enabled by modern roll-up garage doors off the lobby. Record players, vinyl album sets and acoustic guitars will play music in Moxy King Studios. The hotel will host a reveal event in April 2016.

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