Marriott has opened a new hotel in Costa Rica, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The company has opened its first-ever Fairfield by Marriott hotel in Costa Rica with a new property at the San Jose Airport.
The Fairfield by Marriott San Jose Airport Alajuela has a total of 120 rooms in a location about five minutes from the airport in San Jose.
The LEED Gold-certified hotel has a signature eatery called Fairfield Garden, with breakfast and dinner.
The latter features a “fresh take on local Costa Rican delicacies and international classics,” according to Marriott.
The hotel also has 1,474 feet of function space, a 24-7 footless center and a 24-hour Corner Market.
“We are thrilled to introduce Fairfield by Marriott to Costa Rica with the opening of Fairfield by Marriott San Jose Airport Alajuela,” said Brian King, President of Marriott’s International Caribbean and Latin America region. “The arrival of this new hotel reinforces our commitment and vision for the region and will complement our existing offerings that encompass 11 of Marriott Bonvoy’s global brands now with a total of 16 hotels in Costa Rica, one of the most popular destinations in the region.”
“Fairfield by Marriott is a trusted choice for guests seeking a peaceful sleep, nutritious meals with local flavor, and warm service. It is an excellent option for business and leisure travelers who want to explore the authentic culture of Costa Rica—its food, nature and the ‘pura vida’ lifestyle,” said Diana de Rojas, General Manager of Fairfield by Marriott San Jose Airport Alajuela.