New Marriott Properties in Thailand

Marriott brands in Thailand There are currently 17 Marriott properties in Thailand, ranging in categories from the budget Courtyard up to the super luxurious Ritz Carlton.

One of the best kept secrets in Bangkok is the huge variety of executive serviced apartments, and Marriott is certainly a leader in this market segment. Their latest addition to their executive apartment portfolio, is the Marriott Executive Apartments Bangkok, Sukhumvit Thonglor. The rooftop Octave Bar on the 45th floor is one of the most popular search terms on this site.

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Marriott introduces Marriott Rewards Member Rates

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Starwood chooses Chinese insurance group Anbang’s merger offer over Marriott’s

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Marriott & Starwood re-affirm their merger intentions

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Starwood receives USD13B takeover bid

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