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Marriott Opens 7,000th Hotel Today – The St. Regis Hong Kong

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Marriott International Group (NASDAQ: MAR) today announced the opening of its 7,000th hotel, the highly anticipated St. Regis Hong Kong. As a new landmark for luxury custom service, the 27-story St. Regis Hong Kong will bring guests a century-old butler service and a variety of styled restaurants. The opening of the St. Regis Hong Kong will become the successful example of a global expansion plan for Marriott International Group.

In 1957, Marriott International opened its four-story motel, the Twin Bridges Marriott, in Arlington, Virginia, USA, making it the first hotel in the group’s history.

“The development of Marriott International originated in a nine-seat root juice soda shop in 1927, and it was not until decades later that the first hotel in the group’s history was opened. Now we are opening the 7,000th hotel. Another exciting milestone in the company’s history,” said Arne Sorenson, President and CEO of Marriott International Group, “The St. Regis Hong Kong complements this award – it not only highlights our partnership with Starwood Hotels, the result of the merger also indicates the huge opportunities in the luxury hotel sector for the Asian market.”

“The St. Regis Hotel, which was invested and built by the China Resources Group in Hong Kong, was officially opened today. We are very pleased with this. The elegant design and decoration of the St. Regis Hong Kong will become the landmark building in Wanchai and the management of Marriott International Group. 7,000 hotels.” Dr. Fu Yuning, Chairman of China Resources Group, said, “We are very proud of the fact that we and the nearly 300 St. Regis staffs in Hong Kong will provide thoughtful and caring services to hotel guests.”

Today, Marriott International Group is preparing to increase the number of hotels under construction, among which the number of former Starwood Hotels Group brands such as St. Regis, Luxury Collection and W Brand is also growing.

“The St. Regis Hong Kong is our newly unveiled luxury hotel and a testament to our clear global growth strategy,” said Tony Capuano, executive vice president and global chief development officer of Marriott International Group. “With the inclusion of the former Starwood Group brand; Within the industry’s leading luxury hotel brand camp, and our close relationship with our owners, together with the company’s knowledge and experience in finding strategic opportunities in a global gateway market like Hong Kong, we are ready to expand the number of hotels worldwide in the next three years by 25%.”

Marriott International Group announced in March this year that it plans to add more than 1,700 hotels worldwide by the end of 2021, of which about 320 are located in the Asia Pacific region. According to data released by STR, the world’s leading hotel data service provider, by the end of 2018, Marriott International Group has opened a total of 1.69 million guest rooms and contracted hotels, 36% more than the nearest hotel group.

Marriott International expects the expansion plan to bring up to 150,000 jobs worldwide by the end of 2021. In the Asia Pacific region alone, the group will provide approximately 56,000 jobs.

“To achieve the goal of adding an estimated 1700 hotels, it will make it more important to attract and retain outstanding talents, and will continue to provide momentum for our subsequent success,” Marriott International Group’s Global Chief Human Resources Dr. David Rodriguez said. “Our hotels are more and more widely distributed, whether it is a bartender or a room cleaning staff, every employee will get more career choices and opportunities as they develop at Marriott International and its franchise hotels. For more than 90 years, we have been committed to building a ‘people-oriented’ corporate culture. As the company’s business continues to grow globally, this core value will always be at an important position.”

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  1. Tim Hok

    August 28, 2019 at 2:15 am

    I can’t wait to go there.

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The Ritz-Carlton Nikko Opens In 2020, Offers Authentic Japanese Hot Springs

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The Ritz Carlton Nikko Springs Onsen

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel has announced that its fifth hotel in Japan, the Ritz-Carlton Nikko Hotel, plans to open its doors on May 22, 2020. The hotel is located in Nikko National Park, with 94 rooms, where guests can not only enjoy the open and spacious space, but also visit the magnificent Lake Chuzenji and Nantai Mountain, which has been highly regarded since ancient times.

The Ritz Carlton Nikko Hotel
The Ritz Carlton Nikko Hotel

Nikko is located in the northern Kanto region of Japan, two and a half hours drive north of Tokyo. As a popular tourist destination, there are 97 meters of Huayan Falls and natural and cultural treasures such as Shinto temples and Buddhist temples, which are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The Ritz-Carlton, Nikko is located on the east bank of Lake Chuzenji, south of Nantai Mountain. This place is known by locals as Ao Nikko, or “deep” in Nikko. The hotel has a unique location, and guests can easily reach popular check-in sites such as the world cultural heritage of Huayan Falls, Toshogu Shrine, Erhuangshan Shrine and Rinno-ji Temple.

The Ritz Carlton Nikko Environment
The Ritz Carlton Nikko Environment

“We are delighted to be bringing the Ritz-Carlton commitment to service and quality not only to Tochigi prefecture but also to the fascinating location that is Okunikko. This mountainous area west of Nikko’s city center brims with natural beauty and is a destination steeped in culture and history, We look forward to showcasing our legendary service by our Ladies and Gentlemen and to combining this with unique offerings, ensuring that our international guests will find much to explore and certainly many reasons to return.”

Masanori Hosoya, General Manager, The Ritz-Carlton, Nikko.

As a sacred place of worship, since the Buddhist monk Shodo Shonin ascended Nantai Mountain in 782, Nikko has been regarded as a sacred place for worshippers in Japan. For centuries, the scenic Nikko Mountain has been the Japanese court. , The royal family and the tourist attractions of domestic and foreign tourists. Its magnificent temples and temples are listed by UNESCO as World Cultural Heritage because of its rich and profound cultural, religious and architectural significance. To this day, the ornate façade of the temple has been maintained along with lacquer ware and gold-plating techniques used in the early 17th century.

In the context of the heritage of the brand, the Ritz-Carlton, Nikko will welcome guests from all walks of life with a unique design and legendary services to experience different Japanese and Japanese cultures. The hotel has a total of 94 spacious and comfortable rooms and suites, ranging from 57 square meters in size, including 9 Lake Zen suites and 277 square meters Ritz-Carlton suites. Combining modern style and elegant Japanese design, each building has a private balcony and a semi-outdoor seating area, where guests can enjoy a panoramic view of the national park.

Executive Chef Shingo Hayasaka from Hokkaido combines fresh local ingredients with their outstanding creative cooking to bring guests a taste bud feast at the hotel’s Japanese restaurant and Italian restaurant, respectively. In the chic bar, guests can enjoy cocktails that are cleverly blended with local elements, or sit on the lakeside terrace for a picnic and admire the rolling mountain scenery.

Nikko Hotel is the first Ritz-Carlton hotel to offer authentic Japanese hot springs. Its luxurious outdoor hot springs, indoor hot springs and popular sulfur hot springs are loved by hot spring lovers. The full-service modern spa also brings the gospel to Ritz-Carlton spa lovers around the world. Guests can also choose to relax in the library lounge or rejuvenate in the 24-hour fitness center. From spring to autumn, nearby hiking trails also appeal to outdoor travellers, and the hotel’s hot spring baths allow guests to enjoy winter scenery in a comfortable atmosphere.


Ritz-Carlton Properties To Open Next Year:

  1. The Ritz-Carlton, Nanjing, China;
  2. The Ritz-Carlton, Mexico City;
  3. The Ritz-Carlton, Nikko, Japan;
  4. The Ritz-Carlton South Beach, Miami;(renovated)
  5. The Ritz-Carlton, Jiuzhaigou, China;
  6. The Ritz-Carlton Rabat, Dar es Salam;
  7. The Ritz-Carlton, Paradise Valley in Scottsdale, Arizona;
  8. The Ritz-Carlton, Tamuda Bay, Morocco;
  9. Pearl Island, a Ritz Carlton Reserve.

Luxury Hotel Boom Ahead of 2020 Olympics:

With the opening of the Olympic Games from 24 July to 9 August and the Paralympic Games, Japan is expected to set a record of 40 million visitors coming to Tokyo next summer, many properties are eager to take advantage of Japan’s tourism boom. The government hopes to raise that number to 60 million by 2030. Almost all of the increase is from tourists; the number of business travellers is flat.

Marriott’s Luxury Portfolio In Japan:

  1. The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo;
  2. The Ritz-Carlton Kyoto;
  3. The Ritz-Carlton Osaka;
  4. The Ritz-Carlton Okinawa;
  5. The St. Regis Osaka;
  6. The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho, a Luxury Collection Hotel
  7. Suiran, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Kyoto;
  8. IRAPH SUI, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Miyako Okinawa;
  9. The Tokyo Edition, Toranomon;(March,2020)
  10. JW Marriott Hotel, Nara;(April,2020)
  11. The Ritz-Carlton, Nikko;(May,2020)
  12. The Tokyo Edition, Ginza;(Summer,2020)
  13. The Ritz-Carlton Reserve, Niseko;(December,2020)
  14. W Osaka;(2021)
  15. Edition, Niseko;
  16. W Niseko;
  17. The Ritz-Carlton Fukuoka;

The Ritz-Carlton, Fukuoka(2023):

Japanese property developer Sekisui House started a joint project with Marriott International on The Ritz-Carlton, Fukuoka , the hotel will be developed and owned by Daimyo Project TMK, a consortium of five companies including the Sekisui House.

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China’s First JW Marriott Marquis Hotel Debut In Shanghai

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JW Marriott Marquis Shanghai Foyer

Marriott’s Shanghai JW Marriott Marquis Hotel opened today, the first JW Marriott Marquis brand hotel in China. The hotel welcomes guests with a wide range of exclusive services and an immersive new luxury experience.

As the world’s third JW Marriott Marquis hotel, Bruce Ryder, vice president of luxury brands for the Asia Pacific region of the Marriott Group, also defines the Marquis brand:

First, the JW Marriott Marquis brand must be a landmark JW Marriott hotel, and choose to settle in a landmark city. The design of the hotel building is also a landmark building, which often attracts more guests’ attention and attention. The building of the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel in Shanghai and the Burj Khalifa have chosen the same architectural design company SOM. The architecture and interior design also have a series of exclusive features.

With 515 rooms, the rooms are elegantly designed in a style that allows guests to enjoy the sleek design and intimate and warm customization in the modern and classic rooms. All rooms are equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and amenities to meet the needs of both business and leisure travellers.

In addition, JW Marriott’s Marquis brand is proud of the MICE banquet facilities and series of services, reflected in the newly opened Shanghai JW Marriott Marquis Hotel. The hotel has a total of 12 multi-functional ballrooms and conference halls with a total area of ​​more than 3,200 square meters, providing a choice of creative and technological venues for exhibitions, awards, conferences and events of different needs. The hotel also features high-end Chinese cuisine and exotic dining experiences, including a casual, interactive full-time restaurant trajectory kitchen with five unique cuisines and a rich world cuisine.

Angela Pan, General Manager of JW Marriott Marquis Hotel Shanghai, said that the hotel welcomes guests with a wide range of exclusive services and immersive luxury experiences. For example, considering the number of group guests, the hotel has a dedicated group entrance and check-in counter in the other section of the lobby on the first floor, which is separated from other business and leisure guests.

As for the Executive Lounge for eligible guests, In addition to combining modern minimalist design with rich and elegant art, and blending into the open kitchen homely design, the hotel’s JW Lounge specially separates different area to meet the needs of business travellers into resting and dining.

In addition, the location of the hotel also provides more diverse meeting schedules for conference guests. For example, the yacht club that is within walking distance of the hotel can arrange the Huangpu River yacht trip, and can arrange outdoor activities on the Huangpu River behind the hotel. The opening of the Art Gallery can also be used as a schedule for the event, and jogging, meditation and yoga can be arranged along the banks of the Huangpu River. In addition, the hotel’s diverse dining options can also be customised according to the needs of MICE guests, and even have a menu of healthy elements and special tea breaks. The constant change of innovation is also in line with the needs of MICE guests. In the dining section, JW Marriott is also highlighted. The food and wine that the brand values.

JW Marriott Hotel Shanghai is located in Shanghai Pudong New District, adjacent to the Huangpu River and Lujiazui Central Business District, and has quick access to Shanghai World Expo Exhibition Hall, Mercedes-Benz Cultural Center, Shanghai Oriental Sports Center and Shanghai Disney Resort. hot spot. The art galleries and the riverside trails that are close at hand are added to the culture and art. The transportation to Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and Shanghai Pudong International Airport is also very convenient.

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