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Marriott opens Executive Apartments in Atyrau, Kazakhstan

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Marriott has opened the 143-unit Marriott Executive Apartments (MEA) Atyrau in Kazakhstan. Located in central Atyrau, the capital of Kazakhstan’s oil industry, the new Marriott Executive Apartments is nearly already sold out for its first year in operation. It is under a management agreement with CP Residential Atyrau LLC, an affiliate of Capital Partners.

The 21-storey property is located on Satpaeva Street in Atyrau, just 11 km from the airport and within walking distance of major oil companies and government buildings, as well as the bridge connecting the European and Asian parts of Atyrau. It is the anchor of a 19,000-square-meter, mixed-use project that also features 230 square meters of office space and 1,450 square meters of retail and food and beverage outlets, including HSBC Bank, an Adidas retail shop, Il Patio Italian restaurant, Planet Sushi, TGI Fridays and a French delicatessen.

The Renaissance Atyrau Hotel, opened in 2007 and also managed by Marriott International, is located approximately 800 meters from the site.

The Marriott Executive Apartments Atyrau offers one, two and three-bedroom apartments of various sizes. The hotel restaurant, Bayterek, serves a mixture of Italian, European and local cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Other hotel amenities include a 350-square-meter (3,767-square-foot) fitness center equipped with Technogym and sauna, 24-hour room service, in-unit mini-bar and laundry/valet service.

Atyrau, located at the mouth of the Ural River on the north coast of the Caspian Sea, is now the capital of Kazakhstan’s oil industry. The Atyrau International Airport is located approximately 15 minutes from the city center and is served by a number of regional carriers.

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