The JW Marriott Sao Paulo will open in the second quarter of 2022.
Marriott has announced the expected opening in the second quarter of 2022 of a JW Marriott in Sao Paulo. Located along Avenida Nações Unidas, within the LEED-certified Parque da Cidade complex, this future luxury hotel will replace another as it will move into the walls of the former Four Seasons, opened in 2018 and closed since the end of 2020. A short history, but a pledge of quality for the future JW Marriott, which will offer its guests 258 rooms, as well as a restaurant and a lounge bar and several high-end facilities such as a spa, a fitness center and an indoor/outdoor pool. With its proximity to the city’s main business districts in the heart of the financial district, the hotel is designed to host conferences and business meetings with its six spaces covering more than 1,000 m².
This game of musical chairs between Marriott and Four Seasons allows the American group to strengthen its offer in Brazil, where it already has a dozen hotels, mainly located in Rio and Sao Paulo, the country’s two major business cities. ” Brazil is a key and strategic market in our portfolio and today’s signing further underlines our commitment to growth in the country
“, Bojan Kumer, regional vice president of Marriott International. The American group already has Courtyard and Residence Inn hotels in Rio in the Barra da Tijuca district, a Sheraton Grand on the edge of Leblon beach, and the JW Marriott brand is also present with an establishment overlooking Copacabana.
In Sao Paulo, not counting the forthcoming opening of the JW Marriott, the group also offers a Marriott at Guarulhos airport, Marriott Executive apartments near Ibirapuera Park, a Renaissance nearAvenida Paulista
, as well as a Sheraton housed in the World Trade Center and overlooking Avenida Nações Unidas, just like the future JW Marriott
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