Fair­field by Mar­riott makes first en­trance in Tai­wan

Global Times – Metro Beijing - - ENTERPRISE - Page Ed­i­tor: li­[email protected]­al­times.com.cn

On De­cem­ber 12, Mar­riott In­ter­na­tional Inc. an­nounced that Fair­field by Mar­riott de­buted in Tai­wan, with the open­ing of Fair­field by Mar­riott Taichung. Its open­ing also marks the rapid de­vel­op­ment and con­tin­u­ous ex­pan­sion of Fair­field by Mar­riott in China.

“Since Fair­field by Mar­riott first came to China last year, we have ac­cel­er­ated its de­vel­op­ment in the rapidly grow­ing Chi­nese mar­ket,” ex­pressed Mike Fulk­er­son, vice pres­i­dent of Brand Pro­mo­tion of Mar­riott In­ter­na­tional Group in the Asia Pa­cific. “To­day, the brand en­ters Taichung, Tai­wan Is­land. We feel glad to pro­vide the en­thu­si­as­tic and smooth liv­ing ex­pe­ri­ence for more trav­el­ers in this en­er­getic city,” he said.

Fair­field by Mar­riott Taichung was built by Es­lite Real Es­tate Agency Co. Ltd, the ad­vanced real es­tate de­vel­oper lo­cated in the mid­dle of Tai­wan, and man­aged by Mar­riott In­ter­na­tional Inc.

It is lo­cated only eight kilo­me­ters from Tai­wan’s high-speed rail Taichung Sta­tion, and 10 kilo­me­ters from Taichung In­ter­na­tional Air­port. It is ad­ja­cent to Taichung In­ter­change, No.1 Na­tional Road. From Fair­field by Mar­riott Taichung, guests may eas­ily reach mul­ti­ple pop­u­lar scenic spots such as the Na­tional Taichung The­ater, Lih­pao Out­let Mall and HouFeng Bike­way.

“We are de­voted to pro­vid­ing the free and flex­i­ble en­vi­ron­ment to our guests, and arous­ing their pas­sion for travel,” said Dario Congera, gen­eral man­ager of Fair­field by Mar­riott Taichung.

The ho­tel boasts a mod­ern high-tech con­fig­u­ra­tion and de­sign. All the 131 guest rooms of the ho­tel are equipped with a 55-inch TV, high-speed Wi-Fi, a safe, a USB charg­ing port and a spa­cious bath­room to meet the de­mands of each trav­eler. Fair­field by Mar­riott Taichung is the only ho­tel that pro­vides both on­line check-in and key­less check-in in the area.

Guests may en­joy an abun­dant buf­fet break­fast in the restau­rant with waf­fles, scram­bled eggs, sausage, oat­meal and lo­cal dishes. Af­ter break­fast, the restau­rant will pro­vide Asian and West­ern del­i­ca­cies and well-cho­sen wine. In ad­di­tion, the restau­rant can ac­com­mo­date 70 peo­ple and is also the ideal place for guests to hold con­fer­ences or par­ties.

In the 24-hour fit­ness cen­ter, guests may ex­er­cise at any time and the ho­tel store is open all day for guests.

The Fair­field brand orig­i­nates from the Fair­field Farm in Vir­ginia in the US. J. W. Mar­riott and Alice Mar­riott bought it in 1951 and that’s where the name Fair­field came from. The pur­pose of its es­tab­lish­ment is to pro­vide a peace­ful and smooth check-in ex­pe­ri­ence for trav­el­ers of var­i­ous types. Fair­field is a well-known name in the ho­tel in­dus­try with its pre­mium ser­vices, costs, and the pur­suit of pro­vid­ing com­fort­able ac­com­mo­da­tion. At present, it owns around 1,000 ho­tels around the world, and is de­vel­op­ing steadily and rapidly. In China, Fair­field also pro­vides a com­fort­able and sim­ple ac­com­mo­da­tion ex­pe­ri­ence for the guests on busi­ness trips who cher­ish a bal­anced life, and brings re­li­able ser­vice to guests through a ma­ture mar­ket net­work.

Photo: Cour­tesy of the Fair­field by Mar­riott Taichung

The high-tech equipped guest room at the Fair­field by Mar­riott Taichung

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