Herald: Fairfield by Marriott opens in Anjuna

Fairfield by Marriott opens in Anjuna

19 Jan 2019 05:43am IST
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19 Jan 2019 05:43am IST

PANJIM: Marriott International Inc. announced the opening of Fairfield by Marriott Goa, Anjuna, making it the 14th Fairfield hotel to open in India. The new hotel marks a milestone for the brand as it is the first Fairfield in Goa and increases the brand’s footprint in the country. Nestled amidst the lush green hills of North Goa, the property is designed for the on the-go leisure traveler who seeks modern design, convenient amenities and warm hospitality, all at a great value. It is within close proximity to North Goa’s bustling entertainment and nightlife

destinations. Mike Fulkerson, Vice President, Brand and Marketing, Asia Pacific, Marriott International said, “This is our first Fairfield by Marriott property to debut in Goa and the 15th for the brand in South Asia. At Fairfield we believe in the beauty of simplicity, and we look forward to offering travelers to Goa the same seamless service and welcoming hospitality that the Fairfield brand is known for.” The hotel’s 130 designed guestrooms deliver a comfortable stay with a wide range of in-room amenities and plush bedding. The property also features a 24-hour fully equipped fitness center and spa, as well as a kids’ club for families traveling with children. The Fairfield Goa Anjuna also boasts 1,248 sqft of dedicated indoor meeting space with natural light, a pre-function area and column-free spaces that are ideal for conferences, weddings and social gatherings. In addition to the hotel’s smart and flexible design, guests will also experience Fairfield’s warm hospitality and friendly service, guaranteeing every guest is satisfied with their stay.

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