Marriott Expands to Bremen, Germany

Marriott has expanded into the German city of Bremen. The Courtyard by Marriott Bremen has opened to close the Bremen Main Station, making it an ideal location to explore the sights of the Hanseatic city.

A touch of history: The hotel was built within the renovated walls of the historic Lloyd Building, which dates back to 1913 and was formerly used as a railway building for emigrants beginning their journey to the U.S. Seventy guestrooms are located in the historical building and a newly constructed wing houses the additional 85 guestrooms and meeting space with plenty of natural daylight. Cool touch for conference attendees: The hotel’s lobby extends to a glass enclosed “boulevard” connecting the historical and conference buildings.

Opening rates at the Courtyard Bremen begin from $129 per night.

For more information, visit www.marriott.com.

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