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Marriott Marquis Reopens in Times Square After $125M Makeover

Marriott Hotels has completed a $125-million refurbishment of the Marriott Marquis in Times Square. The makeover includes newly designed guestrooms, restaurants, public spaces and meeting and events spaces. 

“New York Marriott Marquis is the heartbeat of our Marriott Hotels brand, inclusive of more than 600 properties around the world,” said Drew Iddings, VP and global brand leader, Marriott Hotels. “With the completion of this captivating redesign, we continue to build momentum for the brand’s evolution and modern appeal that is tailormade for our renowned, wonderful hospitality to empower guests’ every pursuit.” 

Stonehill Taylor oversaw the redesign of the hotel’s public and event spaces, while Sawyer & Company led the design of the property’s 1,971 guestrooms and suites. The Marriott Marquis originally opened in 1985, amid the revitalization of Times Square. 

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