Marriott to bring three iconic luxury US properties into its Marriott Bonvoy portfolio

Turtle Bay Resort on O’ahu is expected to rebrand as a Ritz-Carlton.

Marriott International will convert three iconic luxury properties in New York, California and Hawaii to brands within the Marriott Bonvoy portfolio.

A luxury hotel in New York located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan is expected to join the Marriott Bonvoy portfolio on June 5, marking The Luxury Collection’s return to New York City.

The 504-acre Resort at Pelican Hill in Newport Beach will join Marriott’s luxury portfolio on July 1 and is expected to be converted to a St. Regis at a later date.

The Resort at Pelican Hill will join the St. Regis portfolio.

Turtle Bay Resort on the North Shore of O’ahu is anticipated to join The Ritz-Carlton brand portfolio later this summer.

“In the last few weeks, we finalised deals for conversions of three incredible properties, adding over 1,000 rooms to our system and continuing to underscore our commitment to luxury,” said Leeny Oberg, Marriott’s Chief Financial Officer.

“Today, the company has an industry-leading global luxury distribution of over 510 open hotels with another 234 luxury hotels in the signed pipeline.

“We look forward to strengthening our leadership in this important customer segment as we continue to work with owners to maximise the potential of their projects.”

Luxury properties currently account for around 10 per cent of both Marriott’s open rooms and pipeline rooms.