Marriott International Strengthens its Position in South China

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    Marriott International has recently announced the opening of the 155-unit The OCT Harbour, Shenzhen Marriott Executive Apartments. This is Marriott International’s first extended stay property in South China, showing its continued growth and commitment to China.The OCT Harbour, Shenzhen – Marriott Executive Apartments cover a total area of over 27,000sqm. The property has accommodation of 155 units encompassing studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom suites. Each spacious apartment allows guests to feel the authentic experience of living in the city. With separated warm-coloured bedroom, contemporary living room and office area and a fully equipped, state-of-the-art kitchen – Marriott Executive Apartments are the perfect home-away-from-home with tranquil ambience and all the benefits of a hotel. Concierge desk, foreign exchange, limousine service, and even a grocery shopping service are only a phone call away. The Resident Lounge, 24-hour gym, outdoor pool, kids’ pool, children’s playroom, and valet dry cleaning are among the services on offer.

    Located in the Central business district of Shenzhen Bay, the OCT Harbour is set to become one of China’s most fashionable and international entertainment destinations with its combination of varied concepts including culture, dining, ecology and entertainment in one exciting new venue. Together with the Marriott Executive Apartments, the Harbour boasts the country’s first international waterfront shopping complex, multi-media water show theatre, high-end cultural and commercial exhibition centre as well as Dream Aquarium, Myrules World and Shenzhen’s largest five-star flagship cinema.

    Featuring a unique urban nature reserve, the OCT Harbour also links together the OCT Wetland Park and Coco Beach with the Binhai Seaside Promenade and Hongshulin Mangrove Forest conservation to form a larger-than-life ecological reserve. In addition to their ideal location, the apartments are also close to popular attractions such as The Window of the World, Splendid China, Happy Valley and Shenzhen Bay Park.

    Daniel Fountain / 19.08.2013

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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