Courtyard by Marriott Opens Two New Hotels in India

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Marriott has opened two new Courtyard by Marriott hotels in India - the 164-room Courtyard by Marriott Hyderabad and the 199-room Courtyard by Marriott Gurgaon which will be the first hotel in the companys portfolio to welcome guests in the Delhi area.

Courtyard by Marriott Hyderabad is owned by Viceroy Hotels Limited, the hotels general manager is Ty Collins and the director of marketing is Shampa Dhali.

The current introductory room rate of 4499 INR ++ per night is valid until January 31, 2010. Seven meeting rooms at the hotel offer 6,727 square feet of total meeting space with full catering services and experienced staff. The property is centrally located in the hub of Hyderabad city and has a spectacular view of the famous Hussain Sagar Lake.

Situated opposite the Hyderabad Marriott Hotel & Convention Centre and connected through a sky bridge, the hotel will be a preferred MICE destination. Unwind after a long day's work at the outdoor pool, work out at the fully equipped sky gym or simply enjoy dinner and a night cap at MoMo Caf.

Courtyard by Marriott Gurgaon is owned by Sanya Hospitality Private Limited and led by Matthew Cooper as general manager and Pratima Badwhar as director of sales and marketing. The nightly rate under the You Stay, We Pay offer is 9500 INR ++ per room, valid until January 31, 2010.

The property is strategically located in Gurgaon close to the New Delhi Airport. Gurgaon is an evolving commercial and shopping hub of the National Capital Region. Courtyard Gurgaon offers an ideal hub for leisure travelers heading to the Taj Mahal in Agra or the Pink City in Jaipur. Featuring contemporary international cuisine, guests can enjoy their favorite meal at MoMo Caf, unwind at BarZen or enjoy an oriental meal at Red Zen. The hotel has seven meeting rooms totaling 3,283 square feet of total meeting space.

Courtyard is an excellent product for this market because it guarantees great value for money, said Marriott Internationals Geoff Garside, executive vice president for Asia Pacific. The hotels offer an array of services, high quality restaurants, fully equipped fitness centers and high tech meetings facilities in addition to spacious guest rooms that are larger than other hotels in the same category.

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