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The sharing economy is officially making waves in the hospitality world, with Marriott International recently announcing its foray into the home-sharing market.
Kemp Gallineau, CEO of Groups360, weighs in on the Marriott announcement, addressingwhy it’s not necessarily a bad thing.
Marriott eyes millennials for meetings innovation cues as a shift in preferences among this generation changes the scope of meetings and conventions.
Members of the Hawaii resort team for the 12 Starwood Preferred Guest Resorts in Hawaii visited San Francisco this week to meet with media.
Blazing new paths of innovation by mobilizing a diverse band of co-creators has developed into somewhat of a superpower.
Dubbed The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection, the venture will bring the timeless sophistication of the brand to the sea.
The Connect 2 Meetings promotion gives meeting planners double the rewards points and an up to 5 percent discount on food and beverage.
Millennials prefer experiences over points when it comes to hotel rewards programs. But when the two combine...oh, it's a beautiful thing.
An inside look at Marriott's big plans for 2016. (Hint: A $13 billion merger is only part of the equation.)
Attendees who are Marriott Rewards Members will get exclusive access to intimate #WithTheBand moments at the hotel.
"The North is a jewel. Its development, both touristic and economic, is essential to Haiti’s success."
The merger would create a more comprehensive portfolio for the company—one key advantage being Starwood’s lifestyle-focused brands helping attract a younger travel audience.
Sensitivity toward art and design have always been defining features of Marriott’s Autograph Collection. A recent partnership with the Variety Studio: Actors on Actors...
“We are focusing on properties that have underutilized or underperforming F&B space that could be a good option for an entrepreneur to test a concept."
Marriott International empowers mobile meetings with Workspace on Demand, at eight hotels in the Convention Resort Network.
Two of the things we hear most from planners is a growing need for more mid-size hotels and hotels that provide a fuller destination experience. The Autograph Collection was conceived specifically to meet those needs.