Marriott Bonvoy Suite Night Awards can be used to upgrade your stay at select Marriott properties.
The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park has opened its doors. After undergoing a hotel-wide transformation in June 2019, the economic property is welcoming guests back to its luxury city oasis overlooking Central Park.
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company today announced its debut in the Maldives, with the opening of The Ritz-Carlton Maldives, located on the Fari Islands, an archipelago on the north-eastern tip of North Malé Atoll.
Situated in the historic Town of St. George’s, an UNESCO World Heritage site, and nestled among the soft sands and turquoise water of St. Catherine’s Beach, the resort is the first Marriott International luxury brand property to debut on the island.
EDITION, Marriott’s luxury lifestyle hotel brand, has announced the re-opening of its two NYC hotel locations in Times Square and Madison Square Park.
Effective May 7th, 2021 members who currently have a Free Night Award that has an original expiration date in 2020, or which will expire before January 2, 2022, will be able to redeem it through January 3, 2022.
The new openings include sites in Rome, Madrid, Dubai, Reykjavik, Tampa, Doha, Mexico’s Riviera Maya at Kanai and EDITION’s second property in Tokyo.
Marriott International today announced the debut of a pilot program for contactless arrival kiosks at several select-service hotels, as well as the launch of a proof-of-concept for contactless grab-and-go marketplaces at two Fairfield by Marriott hotels.
The agreement will put Marriott in the list of top 10 global all-inclusive brands by adding 19 franchised resorts totaling nearly 7,000 rooms across six destinations and more than doubling the company’s presence in the all-inclusive segment to 33 properties by 2025.
Most hotel chains reshuffle hotels into new categories every year. Marriott is one of them and today they have published the list of hotels that are changing categories in 2021.
Marriott Bonvoy’s new Day Pass, Stay Pass and Play Pass packages were designed as flexible options whether guests are seeking a one day stay from early morning into the evening, extended overnight stay with early morning check in and evening checkout or a multi-day work and leisure destination getaway.
Marriott has sent out emails to customers today with some good news. Free Night Awards that are expiring before July of next year, will be automatically extended until August 1.
Marriott announced today that it has received a total of $920 million of cash from Chase and American Express and amended existing co-brand credit card agreements with both issuers.
They have announced status extension through 2022, updated the cancellation policy and has also paused the expiration of Marriott Bonvoy points.
A maximum of 15 Elite Night Credits will be provided per Marriott Bonvoy Member Account, unless you have both a small business Marriott Bonvoy Card account and a consumer Marriott Bonvoy Card account.
Marriott announced another data breach today, affecting about 5.2 million customers. This is a separate incident from the 2018 one that affected as many as 383 million guests.
Based on an email sent by Marriott, their certificates will be extended through January 31, 2021. The extensions should take place sometime in April.
In response to changing marketplace conditions due to coronavirus, Marriott International has updated its cancellation and change policies for booking and is also making some more customer friendly changes regarding free night certificates, points expiration etc.