Marriott Group will bring five new hotel brands to Peru in the next three years

The Marriott International hotel chain reached the final stage of the purchase of Starwood, adding 30 brands and expanding its potential in the Latin American region and Peru.

The president of Marriott International for Latin America and the Caribbean, Tim Sheldon, informed that they plan to bring five new brands to Peru during the next three years.

These new brands would be added to the existing ones: JW Marriott, Courtyard, Westin, Sheraton, Luxury Collection and Four Points.

Within the plans of the hotel group, is contemplating the inauguration for November of this year, of the Aloft brand, which will be aimed at a ‘millennial’ audience. In 2019, they plan to open a second hotel of the brand.

Next year they also plan to open Fairfield Inn, in Tarapoto, and a second hotel of the same brand in Miraflores, the following year.

The arrival of Moxy Hotels is scheduled for 2020 and Delta Hotels will enter 2021. That same year, Marriott and Residence Inn will open in San Isidro.

The executive points out that the plan also includes opening a Courtyard in front of Jorge Chávez International Airport, in 2021.

Sheldon points out that there are still opportunities to grow in Peru, which is why they see Arequipa and Trujillo with interest.

 

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