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Marriott and Starwood are some of my favorite properties to visit. It is alway super exciting to have new luxury properties to visit. According to Travelmarketreport, Marriott will be opening 40 new luxury properties just in 2018!
Marriott To Add 40 New Luxury Hotels In 2018
Marriott International plans to open 40 new hotels across its luxury brands next year. Here are the highlights of what is to come.
“W Hotels will see half of its U.S. properties finish significant renovations.”
“10 new Ws that will welcome guests next year are: Tel Aviv, Dubai on the Palm, Panama, Costa Rica and Xian.”
“The Luxury Collection will see 12 new hotels open next year, including six in Europe.”
“JW Marriott will go to the Maldives in the fourth quarter with 68 private overwater villas.”
“For St. Regis, major openings included Cairo and Aman, plus completing the renovation of its Rome property. For Ritz-Carlton, there will be a desert resort outside Dubai, properties in Morocco and Tunisia, plus the completion of an extensive renovation for its Berlin hotel.”
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I’m excited to take a look at some of these new properties in 2018. Start saving up your points!
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