Marriott International to Expand Asia Pacific Luxury Portfolio

Marriott International, Inc. will open fourteen new luxury properties in Asia Pacific by the end of 2023, expanding its reach from the current 156 luxury hotels and resorts.

The new openings are expected in thirteen different countries and regions, including emerging destinations such as Jeju Island in South Korea and Jiuzhaigou in China, as well as the popular cities of Melbourne and Tokyo.


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The wellbeing-focused JW Marriott brand will celebrate four new openings across the region this year and in 2023.

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JW Marriott Khao Lak Resort Suites and JW Marriott Jeju Resort & Spa are expected to open later this year, while JW Marriott Goa Vagator and JW Marriott Hotel Xi’an are expected to open in 2023.

The Ritz-Carlton brand is celebrating the opening of The Ritz-Carlton, Fukuoka in Japan in 2023, along with The Ritz-Carlton, Melbourne in early 2023. Also next year, the newest Ritz-Carlton reserve hotel will debut in Jiuzhaigou.

St. Regis will open a beachfront hotel in Goa, India in 2023 and another at The St. Regis Jakarta in Indonesia, which is expected to open in late 2022.

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Rendering of the W Sydney, opening later in 2022. (Photo via Marriott International)

W Macau, opening in 2023, and W Sydney, opening later this year, will expand W Hotels’ portfolio in the region.

EDITION will open its second Japanese location, The Tokyo EDITION, Ginza, in 2023 along with The Singapore EDITION.

The Luxury Collection also celebrated a new addition to its portfolio in the region. ITC Narmada, a Luxury Collection Hotel in Ahmedabad, India opened in 2022.

Bulgari Hotels & Resorts will make its debut in Tokyo, Japan with the opening of Bulgari Hotel Tokyo in 2023, located in a skyscraper near Tokyo Station.

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“Today’s luxury travelers are looking for authentic experiences that are personalised, thoughtful and of unique meaning,” said Bart Buiring, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer Asia Pacific, Marriott International. “Our current portfolio of distinctive brands is well positioned to meet the evolving needs of travelers and these anticipated additions reflect our optimism for the future of luxury travel.”

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