By 2017, Marriott envisions its portfolio in the region rising to more than 140 hotels and 30,000 rooms, either opened or in the development pipeline.

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In major markets of the developed world, dark and depressing airport hotels are becoming a thing of the past. Global hotel chains are providing major upgrades in consumer choice. A good case in point is the Vancouver Airport Marriott Hotel, located in Richmond, British Columbia.

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Anchoring the extensive renovation is a re-invented lobby and the adjoining new Waterline restaurant and bar, where guests can work alone or in groups, eat, drink and socialize.

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At the heart of the extensive renovation is the brand’s re-invented lobby, including two restaurants and lounges. The makeover also encompasses the hotel’s nearly 2,000 guest rooms and a new, high-tech, 29,000-square-foot Broadway Ballroom.

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At its scheduled opening in 2015, the 1,003-room Austin Marriott Marquis will be the largest hotel in the Texas city and is likely to transform Austin’s meeting and convention market.

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Hotels under development will be mostly in emerging business and leisure destinations, with 24 hotels in the Asia/Pacific region, nine in the Middle East and Africa, four in Europe and 12 in the Americas.

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Marriott International, Inc. expects to expand its portfolio of hotels in India from 11 to 100 hotels within the next five years, with new-hotel openings in the country occurring across seven of its brands.

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Marriott Hotels & Resorts has secured a major presence in downtown Dallas with the opening of the former Westin City Center as the Dallas Marriott City Center.

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Marriott International, Inc. has opened the 403-room Atlanta Airport Marriott Gateway, a newly constructed hotel adjacent to the Georgia International Convention Center and connected to Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.

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