International is to introduce the Courtyard by Marriott hotel brand in Hong Kong
this December with the opening of the 245-room Courtyard by Marriott Hotel Hong Kong under a management agreement with Tsinlien Realty Ltd.
The Courtyard by Marriott Hong Kong is located on a harbor-front site in the Sai Ying Pan district on Hong Kong Island. The hotel will be
Marriott International’s fourth hotel in the city. Conveniently situated near the
Macau Ferry Pier, the hotel is located within easy access of the financial district in Central as well as the Hong Kong Convention and
Exhibition Center in Wanchai. To assist guests with transportation in the city, the hotel will offer the convenience of free shuttle bus service
between the Sheung Wan, Central and Wanchai districts.
The Courtyard by Marriott Hong Kong will boast 245
guestrooms. Each guestroom will feature marble appointed bathrooms with rainforest showerheads, plush bed and bath
linens, stylish oversized glass top work desks, and high-speed internet access. To
help ensure guests stay at peak performance, the hotel will
offer a full business center with two work stations, executive lounge and 24 hour state-of-the-art fitness center.
The hotel will
also offer guests a wide range of delicious fare at its all-day dining restaurant, MoMo Café. For guests looking for a quick bite, the
MoMo Café to Go will offer healthy snacks and meals to take with them on the go. In-room dining will also be available.
“We are thrilled to introduce the Courtyard brand to Hong Kong,” said Geoff Garside, executive vice-president for Marriott’s Asia-Pacific
region. “I am confident that both leisure and business travelers to this vibrant city will welcome the addition of this exceptional and
affordably priced new property. The Courtyard brand truly reflects today’s savvy traveler, and we expect the hotel to be a welcome addition
to the community.”
hotel's general manager is Gary Fung. Loraine Berry is the director of marketing. To celebrate the opening, the hotel
is offering a special introductory rate of HK $1300 (US $167) per night.
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