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Marriott International launches three new properties

Marriott International has launched three new properties across Europe and Central Asia in the past few weeks.

Sheraton Nur-Sultan Hotel, Kazakhstan 

Kazakhstan’s capital has got a new Sheraton Nur-Sultan Hotel, with 191 guestrooms and 100 serviced apartments along with contemporary gathering spaces in downtown Nur-Sultan. The property is located in Abu Dhabi Plaza, an 11-minute drive from the airport, with easy access to retail space, residences, leisure facilities and many of the city’s popular tourist attractions, such as the Astana Opera and Ballet, EXPO Business Centre and Baiterek Tower. An oriental style and artworks from local Kazakh artists add to the decor. Prices start at £108 per room per night. www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/tsesi-sheraton-nur-sultan-hotel/

Moxy Kaunas Centre, Lithuania 

Lithuania has a new boutique hotel in Kaunas in the form of Moxy Kaunas Centre, located in the heart of the city. Kaunas’ famous street art, restaurants, shops and cultural sites, make it a worthwhile destination for exploring Lithuania. Moxy Kaunas Centre with its plethora of services, including a 24-hour fitness centre, a 24x7 bar with locally sourced Grab-n-Go food options and cocktails and digital check-in, through the Marriott Bonvoy mobile app, makes for an ultimate choice for the modern-day traveller amid the pandemic. Prices start at around £36 per room per night. www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/kunox-moxy-kaunas-center/

Four Points By Sheraton Prishtina City, Kosovo

Marriott International has launched its first property in Kosovo with the opening of Four Points By Sheraton Prishtina City. The newly built structure is located 19km from the International Airport, in the city centre, with easy access to business districts. There are 87 guestrooms, including standard, junior suites and a selection of terraces for stays. The interiors are done up in warm blue, neutral and grey colours, with modern art by local artists, while the fully-furnished guestrooms are decorated with black and white pictures of Kosovo’s landmarks. Guest rooms, a fitness centre, a swimming pool and a modern spa are some of the other amenities. Prices start at around £73 per night. www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/prnfp-four-points-prishtina-city/

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