Marriott International opens first Courtyard

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first_imgSource = Marriott International Marriott International opens first CourtyardMarriott International opens first CourtyardMarriott International, Inc. celebrates the opening of the first Courtyard by Marriott in Singapore Novena today. The largest brand by distribution in the Marriott International portfolio, Courtyard by Marriott is introducing Singapore to an invigorating environment that inspires modern travellers to be at their most creative while traveling, connect with others and use travel as an opportunity to expand both personally and professionally.“As an established hub for business with an ever-growing tourism industry, Singapore is the ideal location for the Courtyard by Marriott brand.  The property offers modern services and amenities that will appeal to next generation travellers,” said Mike Fulkerson, Vice President, Brand & Marketing Asia-Pacific, Marriott International. “This opening is not only a brand milestone but significant to the portfolio as we continue to expand our footprint across Asia.”Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena is centrally located at the threshold of Health City Novena, providing a gateway to Singapore’s top healthcare centres.  The hotel is also close to the shopping and entertainment hub, Orchard Road, and Singapore’s Botanic Gardens (a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site). The new property provides guests with easy access to local transportation and is minutes away from cultural, entertainment, retail and dining destinations. The hotel is also part of the vibrant Royal Square at Novena, a mixed-use development that combines upscale shopping, dining, offices and medical suites into one convenient destination.“Courtyard by Marriott is the leader in the Select Service category of hotels, with properties all over the world and now in Singapore,” said Peter Khong, General Manager, Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena. “This new property provides guests with the ideal setting to feel inspired and refreshed for whether traveling on business or pleasure.”Guests will feel welcomed the moment they step into the stylish and inviting lobby, designed with communal tables and outdoor patios to encourage socializing and networking. All 250 guest rooms are stylishly appointed with contemporary furnishings in a palette of soothing colours. In addition to bathing the room with natural sunlight, the expansive windows expose the panoramic views of the beautiful city.Guests can enjoy a variety of culinary and cocktail delights at the hotel’s three distinct dining options – SKY22, the all-day dining restaurant offering a mix of wholesome culinary curations and distinctive Singaporean dishes; Urbana, the highest rooftop bar in the Novena district serves classic cocktails and gourmet bites, and the Lobby Lounge, provides a perfect place to relax, work or socialize.Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena also features a host of amenities and executive offerings including an outdoor rooftop infinity pool with an amazing view, fitness centre, executive lounge and two meeting rooms. Guests can also make the most of their stay by participating in the fitness activities and guided community tours provided by the hotel.For more information and reservations, please visit: http://www.courtyardsingapore.comlast_img

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