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Marriott is one of the most recognised hotel brands in the world. Part of Marriott International Inc. based in Washington DC, it was founded in 1927 by husband and wife team, J. Willard and Alice Marriott.
Marriott has thousands of hotels around the world, including in Guangzhou, China. While Marriott Hotels & Resorts is the company's flagship brand, its portfolio includes a number of big-name luxury brands, Ritz-Carlton and BVLGARI. Catering for the mid-range market, Marriott also owns Ramada, Fairfield Inn by Marriott and Courtyard by Marriott, as well as Springfield Suites. Guangzhou, the capital of the Guangdong Province, has Marriott-owned hotels in the Tianhe, Yuexiu and Zhujiang New Town districts.
The Marriott is renowned for always putting guests first. All Guangzhou Marriott-branded hotels have upmarket facilities, from indoor or outdoor pools and full-service spas to stylish restaurants. Both four- and five-star hotels have sleek, modern rooms come with free WiFi and premium TV channels, well-stocked minibars and coffee makers as well as 24-hour room service as standard.
Leave the busy-ness of China’s third biggest city on the streets below by booking a massage or spa treatment. You could drop the kids at the free children’s club and head for the hairdressing salon. And if you want to get out and about, make use of the limo or town-car service to get out an explore the city.
Book a room in a Marriott hotel and you'll have access to some of the best cultural attractions Guangzhou has to offer. The colourful Yuexiu district is very much Guangzhou's cultural hub and is home to many of the city's museums, parks and Buddhist temples. Visit the 2000-year old tomb and jade-embellished burial suit of King Zhao Mao, in the Mausoleum of the Nanyue King. Or admire the many ancient artefacts dating from the Qin, Ming and Song dynasties on show in the Guangzhou Museum, in the pagoda Zhanhai Tower in Yuexiu Park.
The Marriott hotels in the Tianhe district, the city's bustling Central Business District, are close to international banking headquarters and trade offices, as well as the magnificent Guangzhou Opera House, the Pearl River and Tianhe's numerous fine-dining restaurants.