BETHESDA, MD—Delta Hotels by Marriott has set in motion a plan to double the brand’s growth in the next two years, following the full-service hotel brand’s acquisition by Marriott International.
Previously holding 30 properties solely in Canada, the brand’s portfolio now totals more than 40 open properties, and an additional 20 signed pipeline properties including new entries into Asia and the U.S.
The brand is charting growth in major gateway cities such as Dallas, Shanghai and Seattle. The Shanghai property will open later this year, while its first U.S. property opened last year—Delta Hotels Orlando Lake Buena Vista—and this year added Delta Hotels Baltimore Hunt Valley, Delta Hotels Baltimore Inner Harbor, Delta Hotels Chesapeake, Delta Hotels Chicago North Shore, and Delta Hotels Fargo.
“…Delta Hotels has become a development powerhouse with new presences in the U.S. and Asia in the last year that gives guests more ways to experience this exciting brand,” said Gregory Durrer, global brand leader, Delta Hotels. “Our model is simple. We know what our guests want and because of that Delta’s intuitive design and service enables guests to focus on what’s important. It is simple made perfect.”
All hotels feature deluxe rooms, corner rooms and one-bedroom suites. There are multiple restaurant options, bars, a marketplace with food available to go, meeting and event spaces, and a 24/7 fitness center. Complimentary Wi-Fi is available.