Courtyard by Marriott, a unit of Marriott Bonvoy brand, has opened a new hotel in Navi Mumbai, India.
Situated off the Mumbai-Pune Expressway, the new Courtyard by Marriott Navi Mumbai is equipped with 105 rooms and suites.
The hotel, which is located around 24km away from Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, Mumbai, has been designed to cater to the needs of both business travellers and tourists.
It is also accessible to majority of the business hubs and industrials areas of Navi Mumbai, Belapur, Turbhe, Airoli and Mahape.
The hotel’s rooms feature amenities such as a LED television, a compact work desk, high-speed internet facility along with a window side lounger.
Courtyard by Marriott Navi Mumbai’s seven hill-view suites have a separate living space that includes an extra sofa bed, dining table, walk-in wardrobe and a bathroom.
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In addition, the hotel features four dining areas to offer all-day dining, alfresco dining experience, cafe and other options.
A round-the-clock fitness centre, spa and an open-air infinity pool are also included in the hotel campus.
Besides, Courtyard by Marriott Navi Mumbai incorporates a 3,617ft2 meeting and event area that features two multi-functional rooms with improved technology and services.
Marriott International area vice-president South Asia Ranju Alex said: “We are delighted to open our second Courtyard by Marriott property in the city of Mumbai.
“The opening marks the 25th Courtyard by Marriott property in India, making it the largest brand within Marriott Bonvoy’s extraordinary portfolio in the country.”