16 JULY 2018
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Business travellers staying at one of the London Docklands hotels and flying out of the nearby London City Airport will find a new welcome awaiting at the London Marriott West India Quay.
The distinctive property, working with M Studio London, has completed a full makeover of all 301 rooms and suites with an emphasis on incorporating intelligent technology to create luxury interiors tailored for business and leisure.
All the rooms have plentiful natural light from floor-to-ceiling windows while some also boast scenic views over West India Quay and the Curve Suites showcase the sights across the Canary Wharf skyline.
Each room has a flat-screen TV and plush mattress, while suites come equipped with Nespresso coffee machines. Up-to-the-minute technology includes high-speed wi-fi and eight USB ports.
General manager Bertrand Dijoux said: “The makeover has been inspired by our guests from start to finish. We have a mix of business and leisure travellers, so we’ve integrated quality, easy-to-use technological features and amenities, while maintaining a sleek and understated design.”
Features include the Manhattan Grill steakhouse and G&Tea bar, a fitness centre and sauna, plus 19 modern event and meeting rooms equipped with high-speed internet and modern audiovisual facilities with capacity for up to 290 people.
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