Marriott International plans to add nearly 70 properties in 2021 to its Autograph Collection, Tribute Portfolio and Luxury Collection hotel brands, the company announced.
The Autograph Collection, created in 2010 with seven hotels, recently added its 200th property, the Grand Universe Lucca, located in a former 16th-century palazzo in Tuscany. The brand plans to add another 48 hotels this year, including properties in Jackson Hole, Wyo., Montreal, Bucharest, Singapore, Seoul, Berlin and Istanbul. Nineteen of those expected additions will be part of Marriott’s new all-inclusive platform with locations in Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, St. Lucia, Antigua and Costa Rica.
The Kinley Chattanooga Southside, Marriott’s 50th Tribute Portfolio hotel, joined the collection earlier this month, with 14 more additions planned for 2021, including the Hotel Riomar Ibiza, the Hiyori Chapter in Kyoto, and hotels in Washington, D.C.; Atlanta; Seville, Spain; and Shenzhen, China.
The Luxury Collection’s 120th hotel is slated to be the Matild Palace in Budapest, Hungary, this spring. Three others are anticipated to join in 2021, including the Tasman in Hobart, Tasmania, and Josun Palace in Seoul.
Guests will be able to earn and redeem Marriott Bonvoy points at these hotels, and property members of the collection brands are required to follow Marriott’s Commitment to Clean policy.