Weekly hotel openings: Germany, Turkey, Morocco
Friday 04 February 2011
This week saw the opening of the world's largest JW Marriott property and another milestone for Ibis with the inauguration of its 900th hotel.
JW Marriott Indianapolis Downtown
Indianopolis, IN, USA
This new Indianapolis property is the largest JW Marriott hotel in the world, with 1,005 guest rooms and suites and the largest ballroom in the midwest. The tallest hotel in Indiana, it offers two restaurants (one with 50 televisions) and is in the heart of the Marriott Place complex, which houses a further four Marriott brands.
Just minutes from the fairytale Castle Neuschwanstein in Bavaria, Fantasia is a small budget-boutique property offering several types of room to suit different types of travelers.
Swissotel's newest venture is a 63-apartment residence concept adjoined to the five-star Swissotel The Bosphorus, all boasting cutting-edge design, modern technology and a stunning view of the Bosphorus.
Hanoi Opera Hotel
Accor's latest MGallery property offers 107 rooms and suites with striking views of the emblematic Hanoi Opera House. Rooms combine French style with a "theatrical refinement" and guests can enjoy three restaurants, a pool and a spa and fitness room.
Ibis Tanger City Centre
The Ibis Tanger marks something of a milestone for Ibis, its 900th worldwide hotel. Close to the city's train station and beach, it's targeted to budget business and leisure travelers and offers an Asian restaurant and breakfast buffet.
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