Marriott Announces Conversion of Three Luxury Hotels to Bonvoy Brands

Marriott International, Inc. plans to convert three upscale properties in the United States into Marriott Bonvoy brand hotels. These properties will be rebranded as part of Marriott Bonvoy's luxury collection starting this summer.

By Priyal Dutta
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Marriott International owns more than 30 hotel and timeshare brands, with 8,785 sites and 1,597,380 rooms in its network

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Marriott International, Inc. announces plans to convert three iconic U.S. luxury properties into brands within the Marriott Bonvoy portfolio. The Resort at Pelican Hill, Turtle Bay Resort, and a luxury Midtown hotel in New York City, situated in some of the nation’s most coveted locations, are set to join Marriott Bonvoy’s luxury brands this summer.


“In the last few weeks, we finalized deals for conversions of three incredible properties, adding over 1,000 rooms to our system and continuing to underscore our commitment to luxury,” said Leeny Oberg, Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President, Development, Marriott International. “We are sought out by owners because of the depth and breadth of our brand portfolio and the power of our platform to drive results. Today, the company has an industry-leading global luxury distribution of over 510 open hotels with another 234 luxury hotels in the signed pipeline. We look forward to strengthening our leadership in this important customer segment as we continue to work with owners to maximize the potential of their projects.” 


Spanning from Manhattan to Hawai’i, the company’s three planned luxury conversions include:

A luxury hotel in New York, New York, is expected to join the Marriott Bonvoy portfolio on June 5. Located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, this property is close to top attractions such as Central Park, Times Square, The Museum of Modern Art, Rockefeller Center, Fifth Avenue shopping, and Radio City Music Hall. This addition will mark The Luxury Collection’s return to New York City.

The Resort at Pelican Hill, a five-star luxury property in Newport Beach, California, is slated to join Marriott’s luxury portfolio on July 1. This 504-acre resort on the coast of Newport Beach features the Pelican Hill Golf Club, with two 18-hole courses offering 270-degree ocean views. The Irvine Company will retain ownership while Marriott manages the property, which is expected to convert to a St. Regis at a later date.

Turtle Bay Resort, on the North Shore of O’ahu, Hawai’i, is anticipated to join The Ritz-Carlton brand portfolio later this summer. This sought-after hideaway captures the island’s natural beauty with oceanfront bungalows, lavish suites, and ocean view rooms. Offering seven secluded beaches, 12 miles of hiking and biking trails, and incredible onsite amenities, the resort provides guests with unforgettable experiences. Host Hotels & Resorts’ purchase of the property, along with Marriott’s assumption of management, is expected to occur later this summer.

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