Marriott Hotels Welcomes The Hague’s Largest Hotel After an Extensive Refurbishment

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The FINANCIAL — Marriott Hotels, the signature brand of Marriott International, has welcomed The Hague Marriott Hotel to its portfolio following an extensive four-month refurbishment. 

Situated in the heart of the of Netherland’s  diplomatic capital, the hotel now boasts an array of new facilities and design features, including 306 beautifully appointed rooms and suites inspired by the city’s coastline, Marriott’s signature Greatroom lobby, offering an open and flexible welcome for guests to relax, work or socialize. The exclusive Garden Terrace event space offers privacy for groups seeking seclusion. The hotel also offers a variety of dining options including an internationally inspired menu served in The Gallery restaurant. The Executive Lounge on the ninth floor of the hotel showcases breathtaking panoramic views over the sea, an all-day cocktail bar, business centre and fitness facilities including bike rental, according to Marriott.

The hotel offers excellent facilities for business travellers with flexible and stylish meeting spaces including eight separate event spaces, with the largest accommodating up to 700 people, along with a multifunctional space for open discussions, workshops and private meetings.  Marriott’s Meetings Imagined platform provides new opportunities and inspiration for events and meeting planners along with an online service that keeps guests in touch with guest relations managers 24/7.

The facilities are complemented by the perfect location, close to the city’s most famous attractions including the Peace Palace, the beach and Madurodam and also international organisations such as, Europol, the International Criminal Court, NATO and the World Forum Convention Centre.

Marriott Hotels is on a transformational journey to enable its guests to Travel Brilliantly. Guests and travel enthusiasts can visit to experience the countless ways Marriott Hotels continues to meet the needs of today’s travellers. In addition to mobile check-in, checkout, room ready alerts and Mobile Requests, Marriott Hotels is piloting keyless entry with mobile devices at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel.

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