Marriott International, Inc. plans to open fourteen new luxury properties in the Asia Pacific area by the end of 2023, bringing its total number of luxury hotels and resorts to 156.
The new openings are anticipated to take place in thirteen various countries and areas, including rising destinations such as Jeju Island, South Korea, and Jiuzhaigou, China, as well as well-known cities such as Melbourne and Tokyo.
The JW Marriott brand, which focuses on wellness, will launch four additional properties in the region this year and in 2023.
JW Marriott Khao Lak Resort Suites and JW Marriott Jeju Resort & Spa are set to open later this year, while JW Marriott Goa Vagator and JW Marriott Hotel Xi’an are set to open in 2023.
The Ritz-Carlton brand will commemorate the launch of The Ritz-Carlton, Fukuoka in Japan in 2023, as well as The Ritz-Carlton, Melbourne in early 2023, with the opening of The Ritz-Carlton, Fukuoka in Japan in 2023. The newest Ritz-Carlton Reserve property, located in Jiuzhaigou, will also open next year.
St. Regis will open a hotel along the seaside in Goa, India, in 2023, and another in Indonesia, The St. Regis Jakarta, in late 2022.
W Macau, which will open in 2023, and W Sydney, which will open later this year, will strengthen W Hotels’ portfolio in the region.
In 2023, EDITION will open its second Japanese property, The Tokyo EDITION, Ginza, as well as The Singapore EDITION.
The Luxury Collection also hailed the arrival of a new property to its portfolio in the region. The ITC Narmada, a Luxury Collection Hotel in Ahmedabad, India, will open in 2022.
Bulgari Hotels & Resorts will make its debut in Tokyo, Japan, with the launch of Bulgari Hotel Tokyo in a tower near Tokyo Station in 2023. “
Today’s luxury visitor seeks authentic experiences that are personalised, intelligent, and particularly meaningful,” said Bart Buiring, Marriott International’s Chief Sales and Marketing Officer Asia Pacific. “Our current portfolio of extremely distinctive brands is well-positioned to fulfil passengers’ shifting requirements, and these anticipated acquisitions reflect our optimism for the future of luxury travel.”