Marriott Will Build Three Hotels on Rio de Janeiro’s Sun Coast
MARAEY and Marriott International have signed an agreement to build three distinct hotels in Maricá, Rio de Janeiro. The projects are strategically located to create an international tourist destination focused on sustainability and innovation.
Situated just 45 km from Rio de Janeiro, the three-hotel complex will mark the introduction of the exclusive Ritz-Carlton Reserve brand to Brazil and South America. No details are shared yet about this property. A new JW Marriott is expected to be one of the brand’s first all-inclusive hotels in the world and the Rock in Rio, Autograph Collection is slated to be the first thematic hotel bearing the name of the popular festival.
The JW Marriott is anticipated to feature 120 guest rooms, some offering more than 2,500 square feet with large patios and swim-up pools, as well as 164 branded residences measuring up to 6,000 square feet. The hotel will be situated at the edge of Marica´s lagoon and hills and is expected to showcase a variety of entertainment spaces including restaurants, gyms, shops, pool areas, a spa, and a sports club.
Rock in Rio, Autograph Collection will bring the experience of the one of the biggest music and entertainment festivals in the world to life. The complex is anticipated to have 912 rooms in a beachfront, nearly one-kilometer structure, and a variety of distinct entertainment that have been carefully crafted for remarkable memories. Among the anticipated attractions are open-air shows by renowned artists, indoor and outdoor recreational sporting activities, wellness areas, and a convention center.
Leading the project to bring the three hotels and branded residences to life is the Abacus Group, an international architecture and urbanism consultancy firm. Construction of the properties is expected to begin in the second half of 2023.
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