Marriott Signs Courtyard in Belgrade

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 7 December 2011

Marriott has signed a management agreement with PFB Properties d.o.o. for an 107-room Courtyard by Marriott Belgrade City Center hotel, scheduled to open in early 2014.

The Courtyard by Marriott Belgrade City Center, Marriott Internationals first hotel in Serbia, will be located in the heart of Old Belgrade, steps from the Republic Square, National Museum and National Theater. The hotel will also be just 17km from Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport and within close proximity to the capitals new state-of-the art metro system.

We continue to see strong development opportunities throughout Southeastern Europe and are excited to see our expansion continue in to Serbia, said Amy McPherson, president and managing director of Marriott International in Europe. With increasing business travel in to Belgrade, we are confident the Courtyard by Marriott brand, and in particular our newly announced European prototype for Courtyard, will serve the market well.

Guestrooms at the Courtyard Belgrade City Center will feature a mediterranean color palette, flexible furniture layout, work space and task lighting as well as a spa-like bathroom with a light-reflecting frosted glass door and teak accents.

The lobby of the Courtyard Belgrade City Center will help support the business travellers needs for dining, meeting and socializing with flexible seating and an interactive GoBoard screen featuring the latest news, weather and local information.

In addition, the hotel will feature an all-day bistro restaurant and 24-hour market for grab-and-go salads and sandwiches.

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