Marriott Hotels Expands in Hainan – China’s International Tourism Island
Marriott International today celebrated the opening of its first hotel under its flagship Marriott Hotels brand in Haikou, Hainan Province.
Marriott International, Inc. (NASDAQ: MAR) today celebrated the opening of its first hotel under its flagship Marriott Hotels brand in Haikou, Hainan Province. This impressive 386-room business hotel is an exciting addition to the iconic MarriottHotels brand. Under a long-term management agreement with the owner, Shenzhen Tiley Real Estate Group CO., Ltd., Haikou Marriott Hotel joins the other three Marriott International properties, adding to the company's fast-growing portfolio of four hotels in Hainan province. [Download images.]
Haikou, the provincial capital of Hainan Province in southern China, renowned as China's International Tourism Island, is home to elegant seascape and historical sites as well as dozens of newly-developed tourist regions and attractions. Located in the front area of South China Economic Development Zone, the area is warm all year round, making it a perfect travel destination.
"At Marriott International we are very proud to be launching our 73rd MarriottInternational Hotel across six brands in China, taking the total number of properties in China under the iconic Marriott Hotels brand to 17 properties. This occasion also marks our very first hotel in Haikou and the first Marriott International business hotel to open in Hainan Province, continuing our rapid expansion throughout China." said Henry Lee, Greater China Chief Operations Officer for Marriott International.
Added by Mr. Tony Cai, Chairman of Tiley (Hainan) Tourism Development Co. Ltd, "It is our honor to partner with Marriott International. We are confident that with the blend of thoughtful design, professional management under Marriott International and attentive service, the Haikou Marriott Hotel will elevate international business hotel standard in Haikou and in the region to the next level."
Haikou Marriott Hotel is situated on a magnificent scenic section of the shoreline, with spacious guest rooms offering breath-taking tropical ocean views and private balconies. The international award-winning architecture studio WATG drew inspiration from the rich cultural heritage of China to create the eight majestic buildings within the hotel premises, blending traditional oriental architecture elegantly with the natural and scenic surroundings, creating a Zen-like environment.
Just a short walking distance to the Hainan International Exhibition Centre, the MarriottHaikou Hotel is 45 minutes away from Haikou Meilan International airport, a 10-minute drive to the railway station, and a 15-minute drive away from downtown providing easy accessibility.
Haikou Marriott Hotel offers over 4,000 square meters of meeting space. Its unique features include a magnificent pillar-less Grand Ballroom and a beautiful seaside lawn that can accommodate up to 800 guests, making it a very desirable venue for weddings, meetings, conferences and events. A professional event planning and catering team coupled with state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment ensures all functions are handled with expertise and efficiency.
Haikou Marriott Hotel lobbyThe hotel is also home to some of the finest dining outlets in the area, offering a diversity of choices with three restaurants, four lounge and bars. Island Bistro All Day Dining is designed with a resort-like feel where diners can enjoy sumptuous buffet spreads as well as Western and Southeast Asian delicacies along with local Hainan delicacies. Man Ho Restaurant serves authentic Cantonese flavors and houses 10 private dining rooms boasting a private balcony with garden views and exclusive entrances. The Big Fish Bar features a 360-degree open kitchen and offers fresh seafood harvested from the nearby oceans, whereas The Helicon Bar & Music Room is an interpretation of the classic hotel bar compete with four private Karaoke rooms, two mahjong rooms and a billiard table. The Greatroom lobby and lobby lounge is a cozy space ideal for work, meetings or causal social gatherings, enhancing the lifestyle of the next generation of travelers who seamlessly blend work and play. The Pool Service Bars are perfect for enjoying a selection of cocktails and champagne whilst enjoying the exotic tropical scenery.
For ultimate comfort, the Executive Lounge, located on the 8th floor of the hotel's west wing, offers business services as well as complimentary food and drinks for Executive Floor guests.
Three outdoor pools and The Spa Centre which features hot spring pools for soaking, steam saunas, dry saunas, Jacuzzi tubs, foot massage rooms and wellness and beauty treatment rooms, offer a variety of options for relaxing and regenerating body and soul.
Marriott Hotel's constantly evolving concept to connect with the Next Gen travelers' embraces the future in an increasingly mobile and globalized world. The brand's partnership with THANN products, a range which combines natural ingredients with contemporary design, is a reflection of a soaring demand for tranquility and authentic ingredients. With the exclusiveMarriott Mobile app, check-in and check-out couldn't be simpler. Marriott Rewards members receive a push notification on their mobile devices alerting them that they can check-in, and an automatic confirmation when their room is ready. At the end of their stays, guests receive a push notification alerting them that mobile checkout is available. Pioneering the way forward for the future of new branded Marriott hotels, Haikou Marriott Hotel brings together all these innovative Marriott elements, setting a new standard for international business hotels across China."The brilliant new Haikou Marriott Hotel, offering the latest in technology, facilities and creative event spaces, underlinesMarriott's commitment to lead the future of meetings in Asia," said Lily Jiang, General Manager of Haikou Marriott Hotel. "Haikou Marriott Hotel will bring innovation and service excellence to every aspect of the travel experience and embrace the brand's Travel Brilliantly philosophy."
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