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Marriott International Introduces Three New Brands

Industries | 8 January 2018

Marriott International now offers more options for travelers in choosing an accommodation according to their tastes and needs. To expand its business in second and third tier cities as new destinations in selected countries, Marriott International introduces its select-service hotels, the segment that led to the rapid expansion of Marriott International in Asia Pacific.

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Select-service hotels enable travelers to experience the quality of international brand names at an affordable price. They can choose among seven brands, namely Fairfield by Marriott, Courtyard by Marriott, Four Points by Sheraton, Aloft, Moxy, Element and AC Hotels. 

Indonesia welcomed its first Aloft located in Central Jakarta in August last year. With 180 guestrooms, the hotel is targeting urban communities with a dynamic spirit. The hotel is a lively hub and entertainment center with its W XYX Bar and Re:mix Lounge, a colourful place where travelers can mix and mingle and enjoy various inspired cocktails while listening to live acoustic performances from up and coming local musicians. 

Aloft Jakarta Wahid Hasyim is also complete with meeting and conference rooms, Nook restaurant, which serves authentic Indonesian and international cuisines, a swimming pool and a fitness center. 

In October, the fun, vibrant and stylish hotel Moxy opened its doors in Bandung. This affordable, millennial-friendly brand caters to the extrovert Next Gen travellers in the form of Instagram-worthy social zones, plugins for personal devices, superfast free WiFi and self-service grab-and-go refreshment bars. 

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Situated in the premium area of Dago, Moxy Hotel Bandung also offers fashionable meeting spaces for trainings, board meetings, networking and developing ideas. It is also a place to meet new people in a buzzy communal space and makes the guests feel at home. 

A total of 109 guestrooms, designed in a functional, flexible and simple way with an open cabinet concept and a peg wall that serves as a substitute traditional cabinet, ensure that the guests feel comfortable and can practically arrange their clothes and other belongings.

Meanwhile, Fairfield by Marriott is going to introduce its classic select design in Bali this year after already opening a property in Surabaya one year ago. 

Fairfield by Marriott Bali Legian features 163 guest rooms including nine suites, the all-day-dining restaurant Tebu Merah, a pool bar, an outdoor pool including a designated kids’ pool, a 24-hour accessible gym and four meeting rooms. 

The Fairfield by Marriott Surabaya, on the other hand, offers 270 guestrooms, seven meeting rooms and a 780-square meter ballroom with the capacity of 800 pax. Strategically located in the city’s business center and only 30 minutes from Juanda International Airport, Fairfield by Marriott Surabaya is a perfect choice for both business and leisure travellers.