Zhuhai Marriott Hotel Opens with a Nod to Lingnan History

Zhuhai, China — Marriott Hotels, the iconic flagship brand of Marriott International (NASDAQ: MAR), accelerates its expansion momentum in China with the opening of the Zhuhai Marriott Hotel[1] in the city of Zhuhai, China. Under a long-term management agreement with ZhuHai New Dragon Hotel Co., Ltd, the 332-room Zhuhai Marriott Hotel is the first property of Marriott International in the city, one of the first special economic zones spearheading the economic reform of modern China.

The Zhuhai Marriott Hotel is located in Xiangzhou District, the city centre of Zhuhai and is adjacent to the renowned Jingshan Park. It provides guests with convenient access to the Zhuhai Light Rail Station, Jiuzhou Ferry Terminal and Zhuhai Airport. It is just a five-minute walk from the International Trade Shopping Plaza, Zhuhai Shopping Mail, Zhuhai Duty Free Store and the Zhuhai Museum. With such an exceptional location, guests of the hotel are able to enjoy exclusive tranquility in this flourishing metropolis.

The Zhuhai Marriott Hotel marks another milestone in the development of Zhuhai’s hospitality industry. The hotel is a renovation and expansion project of the Zhuhai Hotel, which was highly regarded as the epitome of the city’s intimate bond with Lingnan culture. The original building of Zhuhai Hotel was designed in Lingnan garden architectural style and once called “Grand View Garden”. Zhuhai Marriott Hotel will carry the torch of Zhuhai Hotel’s vision for bringing the most refined hotel services to Zhuhai.

Marriott Hotels[2] is our company’s flagship brand that strives to enable guests to discover the world and expand their minds. We are delighted to expand presence into Zhuhai. Zhuhai boosts a thriving economy and is an important deep-water port in the Pearl River Delta. It is also a popular leisure travel destination with garden-like landscape and intriguing cultural heritage. Our Zhuhai Marriott Hotel is ideal for this radiant city and is poised to be its pride,” said Henry Lee, Chief Operations Officer of Marriott International, Greater China.

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