Chihuahua, Mexico to Receive a New Courtyard by Marriott Hotel

Chihuahua, Mexico – 3 December 2013 – Marriott International announced today plans to open the first Courtyard by Marriott brand hotel in the capital city of Chihuahua, Mexico, the twelfth largest city in the country and home to large brand name manufacturing facilities such as Ford Motor Co., Sumitomo Electrical, Honeywell, Hallmark, and LG Electronics. The hotel project was signed with a group of local, prominent investors from Chihuahua with over 36 years of experience and a portfolio that includes over 7 local hotels.

Courtyard by Marriott - Chihuahua, Mexico - Opening scheduled in April 2015

Courtyard by Marriott – Chihuahua, Mexico – Opening scheduled in April 2015

The 138-room Courtyard by Marriott hotel, scheduled to open in April 2015, will be located inside of the highly anticipated Citadela Life Style Center – Distrito Uno complex, a 65,000 SM mixed-use development that includes prime office space, residences, a casino, shops and over 20 restaurants.

“The Courtyard by Marriott brand was a perfect fit for this hotel and, combined with Marriott’s backbone and sales engine, we are confident that the hotel will be highly successful and play a large role in the continued emergence of city of Chihuahua,” said Don. Jaime Creel Sisniega, principal shareholder of the Courtyard by Marriott hotel in Chihuahua.

“The new hotel in Chihuahua will be a significant milestone in our rapid expansion across Mexico,” said Craig S. Smith, President of the Caribbean & Latin America at Marriott International. “The property will feature a modern, functional design while embracing Mexico’s vibrant culture and the amenities travelers trust from our globally renowned Marriott International brands.”

“With the success of the brand across Latin America, the Courtyard by Marriott brand has become a favorite amongst regional travelers”, Alejandro Acevedo, Vice President of Development, Caribbean & Mexico, Marriott International. “Chihuahua is known for its large presence of national and international manufacturing facilities, making the hotel’s central location an excellent option for the modern business traveler.”

The hotel will feature the brand’s refreshing business lobby, lobby bar, a casual dining restaurant, flexible meeting space and recreational facilities including a swimming pool and sauna.  Additionally, it will include the brand’s new modern guestroom design.

Marriott International is currently represented in Mexico with the The Ritz-Carlton, Cancun, JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City, JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City Santa Fe, JW Marriott Cancun Resort & Spa, CasaMagna Marriott Cancun Resort, CasaMagna Marriott Puerto Vallarta Resort & Spa, Marriott Puebla Real Hotel, Puebla, Torreon Marriott Hotel, Ixtapan de la Sal Marriott Hotel, Tijuana Marriott Hotel, Mexico City Marriott Hotel Reforma, Aguascalientes Marriott Hotel, Courtyard by Marriott Monterrey, Courtyard by Marriott Toluca Airport, Courtyard by Marriott Monterrey San Jeronimo, Courtyard by Marriott Cancun Airport Hotel, Courtyard by Marriott San Luis Potosi, Courtyard by Marriott Puebla, Courtyard by Marriott Mexico City Airport, Courtyard by Marriott Toluca Tollocan, Mexico, Courtyard by Marriott Leon at The Poliforum, Fairfield Inn Los Cabos and the Fairfield Inn Monterrey Airport.

The current pipeline of properties for Mexico include the 124-room Los Cabos, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, the 300-room JW Marriott Cabo San Lucas Resort, the 200-room Tuxtla Gutierrez Marriott Hotel, the Villahermosa Marriott Hotel, the 130-room Courtyard by Marriott Hermosillo, the 130-room Courtyard by Marriott Los Cabos, the 120-room Fairfield Inn Queretaro, the 139-room Fairfield Inn Guadalajara Airport and the 160-room AC Hotel Mexico City.

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