Marriott Hotels has debuted in Voronezh with the opening of Voronezh Marriott Hotel. Situated in the south of Russia on the Voronezh River, the city is recognised as an important centre of culture, science and industry in the region. This latest opening strengthens Marriott's portfolio across the country and promises to enhance Voronezh's hospitality scene.
"The opening of Voronezh Marriott Hotel highlights our commitment to developing our portfolio in Russia," said John Licence, VP Premium & Select Brands Europe at Marriott International. "Marriott Hotels is committed to evolving travel through every aspect of the guest's stay and with this stunning new hotel we look forward to helping travellers explore this thriving destination."
Located in the centre of Voronezh just a short walk away from cultural attractions, Voronezh Marriott Hotel offers 221 stylish guestrooms characterised by warm hues and natural materials that create a modern and inviting environment for guests. For those staying in executive rooms and suites, the signature M Club Lounge is an exclusive space to enjoy complimentary breakfast, drinks and snacks throughout the day.
The hotel features an extensive range of restaurant and bar options, including Grill & Grain, which serves the finest dry-aged beef and seafood, paired with an impressive selection of single malt whisky and wines. Olea is a casual all-day-dining Mediterranean restaurant serving local seasonal produce and pizza straight from the wood fired oven, while Avenue 38 offers coffee and pastries in the morning, transforming into the perfect space for a social gathering by night with spectacular views of downtown Voronezh.
Situated on the eighth floor, overlooking the city skyline, the hotel's conference and meeting facilities offer spaces suitable for a range of events. With a total floor space of 1000 sqm, there are nine modern conference halls, which all offer panoramic windows and delightful city views. A grand ballroom, with six-metre-high ceilings and capacity for 550 guests, can be transformed into a myriad of different spaces through flexible wall divisions.
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