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Residence Inn by Marriott Expands to Bogota

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - August 11, 2021

Marriott International has opened its newest resort in Colombia: the new Residence Inn by Marriott Bogota. 

The new 131-suite hotel is set in the City Center, operated by oxoHotel. 

“We are very pleased to introduce the Residence Inn by Marriott brand for the first time in Colombia,” said Diane Mayer, Vice President & Global Brand Manager of Classic Select Brands at Marriott International. “We’ve seen increased demand for longer stay brands that offer modern amenities, open room layouts and sophisticated design to spread out, recharge and maintain a healthy balance while on the road, whether for business or for fun. Travelers can make the most of their stay by choosing the Residence Inn by Marriott Bogotá.”

The rooms are a mix of studios and one and two-bedroom suites. 

The hotel is designed for stays of five nights or more, according to Marriott. 

That means each unit has its own fully -equipped kitchen, with amenities like complimentary grocery delivery and in-suite workspaces. 

“We are delighted to open the first Residence Inn in Colombia in an area surrounded by impressive shops, restaurants and experiences that invite business and tourism. Each suite has been developed to create sensations of being close to home with personalized welcoming moments,” said Juan Carlos Galindo, CEO of oxoHotel. “With this opening, we are not only reaffirming our intention to offer enhanced experiences to our guests, but also to reignite tourism and new hotel projects in Colombia.”

It’s the latest Residence Inn to debut In the wider Caribbean-Latin America region. 

Earlier this year, Marriott opened its first-ever Residence Inn in Panama.

And at the beginning of 2021, the company debuted a new Residence Inn in Cancun

— CJ

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