Barranquilla Marriott Hotel recently debuted in Barranquilla, Colombia. The property is surround by lush tropical landscapes and boasts a thoughtful, modern design.
The hotel offers guests 191 guestrooms and nine suites, outfitted with warm wood tone decor, plenty of natural light, open closets and technology-enabled work spaces. Through Marriott’s partnership with TED, guests also have access to curated in-room TED content.
The hotel features two restaurants and one bar. Amira Restaurant features elevated local cuisine. Meira Café highlights Colombia’s coffee traditions with coffee, breads and pastries. The Rum Room offers unique liquor tastings. Paying guests, Marriott Bonvoy Platinum Elite, Titanium Elite and Ambassador Elite members may also take advantage of M Club, a lounge with complimentary food and beverage options.
Barranquilla Marriott Hotel is also home to a state-of-the-art fitness center and outdoor swimming pool. The property boasts more than 19,000 square feet of meeting space. The spaces can adapt to a variety of formats and group sizes, including a ballroom accommodating up to 750 people.
“We are pleased to welcome global travelers and locals alike to our new hotel with an enriching experience inspired by the local and cheerful culture of the city of Barranquilla,” said Marcela Steffens, general manager, Barranquilla Marriott Hotel. “Offering a prime location whether traveling for business or leisure or a blend of the two, we look forward to delivering excellence at every turn with heartfelt service.”
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