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Marriott signs Deal for New Renaissance Hotel in Moscow

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Marriott has signed a franchise agreement with Monarch Open Joint Stock Company for the 366-room Renaissance Moscow Monarch Center. The property will be the seventh hotel in Marriott’s brands portfolio in the city.

The hotel will be managed by Interstate Management Services, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Interstate Hotels & Resorts, which currently operates three Marriott-branded hotels in Moscow as well as other Marriott-branded hotels in Ashbourne, Ireland, and Ghent, Belgium.

The Renaissance Moscow Monarch Center will be part of a mixed-used development consisting of a separate 38 floor office tower and a four-floor shopping mall at the intersection of Moscow’s Third Transportation Ring and Leningradskiy Prospekt, the main highway linking central Moscow and Sheremetyevo Airport. Nearby is Dinamo Stadium.

“We are very pleased by the steady growth of our hotel presence in Moscow and are delighted to welcome the second Renaissance-branded hotel in the city. We have no doubt that it will be an important addition to the Moscow hotel scene, especially among conference attendees,” said Arne Sorenson, Marriott’s chief financial officer and president of continental European lodging.

The Renaissance Moscow Monarch Center will offer a combination of individual guest rooms, suites and apartments that will feature flat screen televisions, high speed internet access, plush bed linens and bath amenities, an in-room safe and a mini-bar.

For dining and entertainment, the hotel will have a striking lobby bar, a casual restaurant serving three meals daily and a specialty dining outlet.

For recreation, the hotel will have an indoor swimming pool and a health and leisure club. Other amenities will include an executive level and lounge and room service.

For social gatherings and conferences, the Renaissance Moscow Monarch Center will have 21,500 square feet of space including a 6,100-square foot ballroom, a 2,800-square foot main meeting room that will be divisible into two sections; seven meeting rooms comprising 5,700 square feet in varying configurations and two boardrooms occupying 2,916 square feet.

Currently, the Marriott International brands portfolio in Moscow is represented by the Moscow Marriott Grand Hotel, the Moscow Marriott Tverskaya Hotel, the Moscow Marriott Royal Aurora Hotel, The Ritz-Carlton Moscow, the Renaissance Moscow and the Courtyard by Marriott City Center.

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