Marriott International, Inc. today announced that its India hotels brand portfolio will more than triple by year-end 2010 as the company's presence in the country grows to encompass 21 properties, six lodging brands ranging from luxury to upper-moderate categories, and 3,324 rooms.

Included in Marriott's India hotels expansion are:

* three JW Marriott Hotels & Resorts properties and one Ritz-Carlton hotel in the luxury tier
* one Marriott Hotels & Resorts hotel and one Renaissance Hotels & Resorts property in the upscale, deluxe category
* one Marriott Executive Apartments property for extended-stay travelers
* eight Courtyard by Marriott hotels in the upper-moderate segment.

Marriott International will operate these hotels under long-term management contracts. Currently, the company's India hotels portfolio consists of six properties, five brands and 1,534 rooms.

We are delighted by the depth and scope our hotel portfolio is taking in India," said Ed Fuller, president and managing director of international lodging for Marriott International. "Our goal is to appeal to a wide range of travelers, both those visiting from abroad as well as local travelers within India. We are confident that the portfolio that we, along with our local investors and partners, are building will be appreciated for their sophisticated amenities as well as for providing good value -- whether at the luxury, upscale or upper-moderate segments of the travel continuum

Source: PR Web
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