MARRIOTT International will open a Courtyard-branded hotel in Hyderabad, India, in 2009 under a management agreement reached with an affiliate of Viceroy Hotels Limited.
When opened, the 193-room hotel will be the second Marriott property in Hyderabad and the fifth Courtyard in India. The hotel will be called the Courtyard by Marriott Hyderabad and will be located approximately 10 minutes from Rajiv Gandhi International Airport. It will be linked with the Hyderabad Marriott by an enclosed, landscaped bridge. Most guestrooms will have views of Hussain Sagar Lake.
For social events and conferences, the hotel will have 160 square meters of space comprised of three individual meeting rooms in varying configurations.
The Marriott portfolio in India currently comprises the JW Marriott Hotel Mumbai; the Renaissance Mumbai Hotel & Convention Center; the Lakeside Chalet Marriott Executive Apartments in Mumbai; the Goa Marriott Resort Panjim; and the Courtyard by Marriott Chennai.
Scheduled to open this year is the 297-room Hyderabad Marriott Hotel. In 2008, the 250-room JW Marriott Hotel Bangalore, the 199-room Courtyard by Marriott Gurgaon and the 210-room Courtyard by Marriott Noida are planned to open. In 2009, the 250-room Courtyard by Marriott Kolkata is also slated to open.
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