Marriott Hotels in Shanghai

Marriott started 2018 with a bang, announcing a pair of new hotel openings in Shanghai. The announcements were made on Jan. 2 and Jan. 3.

    The first announcement was that Delta Hotels, which is part of Marriott International, was celebrating the grand opening of the 339-room Delta Hotels by Marriott Shanghai Baoshan in China. This grand opening marked the inaugural entry of the premium North American hotel brand within the now booming Asia Pacific market. The Delta Hotels brand as of late has provided Marriott with some stellar growth, now boasting a global portfolio that will number 66 properties by the end of 2018.

    “We are very excited to introduce the first Delta Hotels by Marriott to the Asia Pacific region,” said Mike Fulkerson, Vice President, Brand Marketing, Asia Pacific at Marriott International in a press release. “Delta Hotels is a premium brand with a clear brand ethos of ‘Simple Made Perfect’. The Delta Hotels by Marriott Shanghai Boshan delivers on this promise by providing a full complement of streamlined services in a simple, straightforward way. The hotel delivers key essentials in a manner that makes travel seamless and always enjoyable for our guests.”

    Then on Jan. 3, the company announced the opening of Fairfield by Marriott Shanghai Jing’an, which is owned and managed by New Development Group Co., Ltd. This hotel is located in the Jing’an District of Shanghai, which is close to the commercial and business hub of the city. It marks an ongoing expansion for the Fairfield by Marriott brand in China. Fairfield by Marriott is one of Marriott International‘s fastest-growing brands with more than 900 hotels worldwide. Over its 30-year history, Fairfield by Marriott has been committed to deliver a seamless experience, giving guests the flexibility to work, rest and maintain their momentum on the road, all at a great value.

    Marriott Hotels in Hong Kong

    On Jan. 8, Marriott also announced that it would be collaborating with China Resources property to bring the legendary St. Regis brand to Hong Kong in early 2019. Currently, Marriott has nine properties in Hong Kong, but this will be the first of the St. Regis brand in the city.

    “Hong Kong is a bustling center of commerce with an incredible mix of glamour, culture, history and tradition. This vibrancy makes it an ideal destination for St. Regis,” said Lisa Holladay, Vice President and Global Brand Leader, St. Regis Hotels Resorts in a press release. “With its excellent location, impeccable service, and refined elegance, we look forward to offering guests an exquisite experience in one of the world’s most exciting cities.”

    Let’s take a look at a few other projects currently underway in China:

    Hilton Hainan Ocean Flower Island

    This Sanya hotel will have 505 rooms once it is completed, and it will be located in the beautiful Clearwater Bay area, where forest coverage is estimated to be as high as 56 percent. The projected total cost for this project is $100 million. …[READ MORE]

    Atlantis, Sanya Hainan

    This new hotel in Sanya is one of the closest on our list to opening. It’s projected debut will be made in the second quarter of 2018. When it does open its doors to guests, it will have a whopping total of 1,300 rooms available to its visitors. This stylish hotel, which has a total price tag of $258 million, is a part of the Ocean Park of Sanya. This means that it will likely become a leading destination for people to spend their holidays. …[READ MORE]

    W Retreat Spa Sanya Haitang Bay

    The W Retreat Spa Sanya Haitang Bay is yet another project for sunny Sanya. This one will have 450 rooms total, and an overall price tag of $89 million. This will be a luxurious and in-demand property, where most of the guest rooms will feature panoramic views of the ocean …[READ MORE]

    More information on hotel projects in China can be found on TOPHOTELPROJECTS, the specialized service provider of cutting-edge information of the hospitality industry.

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