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Marriott Hotels opens second Courtyard By Marriott hotel in the NCR

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Major American hotelier Marriott Hotels today opened its second Courtyard by Marriott in Delhi NCR. The Courtyard by Marriott Aravali Resort is a 158-room hotel built on an eight-acre parcel of land.

The hotel has four restaurants, is pet-friendly, and has 21,000 square feet of meeting and event space.

Ranju Alex, Regional Vice President for South Asia at Marriott International, said, “The opening marks the 23rd Courtyard by Marriott property in India, attesting to the brand’s robust growth and popularity in the country.” .

The American hotel company had also announced that it would initially launch its “young and playful hotel brand ‘Moxy’ in Mumbai, Chennai and Bengaluru. Marriott currently operates 131 hotels in India across 16 brands. Last year, it signed 24 new hotels in South Asia, including 17 in India. The company plans to have 70 more hotels in India by 2027. It will also launch its luxury brand Marriott Marquis in New Delhi.

Globally, the company has 30 brands, such as Bvlgari Hotels, St Regis, Edition, The Ritz-Carlton and W Hotels in the luxury space, in addition to high-end hotels like Le Meridien, Sheraton and Westin.

Hospitality consultancy Hotelivate said in a report that in FY21, curated room supply in India increased by 3.3% from the previous fiscal year. India has about 144,000 branded rooms, including the 4,093 new rooms launched last year. The majority of this inventory came in major metropolitan areas, with 1% growth in FY21. Delhi topped the charts with 15,181 rooms, followed by Mumbai, including Navi Mumbai (14,330), and of Bengaluru with 13,901 rooms.

According to its 2021 Indian Hospitality Trends and Opportunities Report by Hotelivate, Marriott, IHCL and Radisson Hotel Group were the three largest hotel companies in India, followed by French hotel company Accor.

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