Marriott International has unveiled its selection of highly anticipated openings in 2021 across Europe, the Middle East and Africa:

The St. Regis Almasa, Cairo – Q1

Located in the new administrative capital of Egypt, just outside the city, The St. Regis Almasa, Cairo provides a serene escape from the bustle of Cairo. Uncompromising quality and service flows through the hotel and takes centre stage at ‘The Crystal Restaurant’, soon to become the dining destination of choice for locals and travellers alike. The hotel is home to the city’s largest continuous ballroom space.

Hotel Riomar, Ibiza, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel – Q2

The 116-room boutique hotel infuses laid-back vibes and edgy elegance with pure escapism. Set on the shores of Santa Eulalia Bay, the stylish retreat is surrounded by the White Isle’s crystal-clear waters on one side, and idyllic rolling landscapes on the other. The hotel’s modernist design is filled with natural light and provides three dining outlets including ‘Tribe’, a Tiki bar set within a secret tropical garden.

W Algarve – Q2

Beach life gets a brand-new spin with W Algarve, the brand’s entry into Portugal. Making a splash on the Algarve coast, the 134-key property boasts direct access to three beaches and sea views from each room. The 23 lavishly appointed suites include duplex apartments with private plunge pools and an Extreme WOW suite with a hot tub. The Sky Deck provides unrivalled views of the Algarve coastline and when the sun sets, guests can make the most of W’s renowned Wet Deck parties.

The Marmorosch Bucharest, Autograph Collection Hotel – Q2

Built at the end of La Belle Époque, the former bank reflects the era’s dynamic, optimistic and creative edge. Known during its heyday as ‘Marmorosch Bank Palace’, the energy and rich heritage of the era is reflected in the building’s design, sheer grandeur, timeless elegance, Art Deco interiors and artworks. The distinguished food and beverage offerings are inspired by France, as a nod to Bucharest’s nickname at the time, ‘The Paris of the East’.

The Westin London City – Q3

Marking the debut of Westin Hotels & Resorts in the UK, The Westin London City is poised to set a new standard for well-being in the heart of the capital. The 222-guestroom hotel will boast a prime riverfront location in the heart of London, benefitting from panoramic views over the River Thames.  Led by British architects Dexter Moren Associates, the thoughtfully designed hotel is light and open.

The St. Regis Dubai, The Palm – Q3

Situated on the trunk of the iconic Palm Jumeirah, the luxury beacon will present 289 rooms and suites, an infinity pool on the 50th floor, exquisite dining, and a rooftop viewing deck. Directly connected to Nakheel Mall, guests have unrivalled access to 350 shops, a 15-screen cinema and 12 fine-dining restaurants. The St. Regis Beach Club, an extension of the hotel, will feature an infinity pool along with a state-of-the-art gym and fitness centre.

The Ritz-Carlton, Amman – Q3

Two stunning towers offer an exclusive experience in the heart of Jordan’s buzzing capital city, Amman. The Ritz-Carlton, Amman boasts 228 guestrooms including 34 suites and 90 residences, along with the brand’s legendary service. Guests can relax in the elegant Cigar Lounge or indulge in distinguished cuisine at the hotel’s Mediterranean restaurant, or the rooftop restaurant and bar offering dazzling views across the skyline. The hotel will also feature indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a fitness centre and spa, along with a 1,000 square metre ballroom.

Moxy Manchester – Q4

Moxy Manchester is set in Spinningfields, the financial centre of the city, surrounded by Manchester’s hottest restaurants and bars. Stylish by design, interiors play on the building’s storied history in the hat, soda, chemical and silk industry, whilst the raw materials and exposed ceilings nod to the location’s role in the industrial revolution.