Marriott plans to open more than 35 hotels in 2023

Marriott plans to open more than 35 hotels in 2023

Marriott International is pursuing ambitious plans to grow its luxury offerings worldwide, with plans to open more than 35 hotels next year. La Société currently has nearly 500 luxury hotels and resorts in 68 countries and intends to strengthen its global portfolio with more than 200 establishments in the pipeline.

The Ritz-Carlton

Marque a l’ambition d’ouvrir Deux nouveaux Hôtels en Amérique du Nord en 2023 avec The Ritz-Carlton, Portland and The Ritz-Carlton Paradise Valley, The Palmeraie. L’Asie est également dans son viseur avec une ouverture prévédate au Japan, ainsi que Deux Ritz-Carlton Reserves en China et dans le Red Sea project en Arabie Saudite. Finally, the Ritz-Carlton, Melbourne, accroîtra la présence de la marque in Australia.

St. Regis

St. Regis is targeting North America, Serbia and Arabia for a 2023 opening.St. Regis Kanai Resort, located in a nature reserve on the Yucatan Peninsula, and a new opening in Chicago will allow étendre son empreinte au Mexique et aux États-Unis. Il apportera son Butler Service à Belgrade et, enfin, Deux établissements should ouvrir en Arabie Saoudite. One will be located on an island in the Red Sea and the other will make its debut in the capital, Riyad.

W Hotels

In 2023, the brand aims to open doors in Prague, Budapest, Edinburgh, Sydney, Macau and Milan. Also, late in the year, Deux nouveaux Hôtels aux États-Unis are due to open, le W New York – Union Square et le W Hollywood.


Over the course of next year, EDITION aims to increase its portfolio by 6 properties to reach a total of 21. Openings are planned in Rome, Riviera Maya, Canai, Tokyo, Ginza, Singapore, Jeddah and Doha. These openings include the brand’s debuts in Italy, Mexico and Southeast Asia.

The luxury collection

The brand is expanding its global portfolio of 120 properties with planned openings in 2023 in new destinations such as Turkey, Barbados, Japan, Mexico and Georgia.

JW Marriott

Openings planned for next year run from Madrid to South Korea’s Jeju Island and from Dallas to Xi’an and Berlin. The brand is also developing its offering with the arrival of its premium luxury safari lodge in the form of the JW Marriott Masai Mara Lodge in Kenya.

Whether it’s maintaining close relationships, wanting a bigger presence or finding ways to make a positive impact, we’re evolving across our luxury brands to allow our customers to focus on what it looks like is important. Alors que nous developpons Notre portefeuille d’hôtels et de resorts de luxe dans certaines des destinations les most émblématiques et les most fascinating du monde, Notre empreinte crescente nous permet d’offrir des expériences transformatrices qui conduisent à un nouvelé de l’objectif et à un bien-être mental et physique accru pour le Voyageur de luxe moderne.

Chris Gabaldon, senior vice president of Marques de luxe Chez Marriott International

Nous nous tournons vers les Grands réimagineurs, des personnes qui perçoivent les crises comme des Moments d’opportunité pour repenser Leur vie et réimaginer le monde qui les entoure. Notre état d’esprit collective has changed, moving from the perception of travel as a luxury product to an essential activity for the common well-being. More than ever, customers do not prioritize trips that are more meaningful and not more important than the time spent with leurs proches, recherchant des experiences qui reflectent leurs valeurs personales et ameliorate Leur qualité de vie globale.

Tina Edmondson, responsible for global brand and marketing, Chez Marriott International

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