Exotic location, open spaces and facilities at Jaipur Marriott make it an ideal setting for a corporate group or a wedding
Acombination of traditional luxury and modern convenience, the Jaipur Marriott Hotel is entrenched in the cultural legacy of India’s Pink City. Located in a prime area near Jaipur International Airport, it is also close to the business district as well as many historical landmarks of touristic interest. The property offers 317 guestrooms with state-ofthe-art facilities featuring Marriott signature revive bedding, four fixture bathrooms, iHome docking stations and plush interiors. Its rooms and suites are designed for comfort and feature luxury bedding, marble bathrooms and high-speed internet access. Additional amenities include a full-service spa, a fitness centre and an outdoor pool as well as kids’ splash pool.
Corporates can take advantage of its 31,000 sq ft
of indoor and outdoor venue space which is also perfect for weddings and other social events. The expansive banquet facilities include two ballrooms, six breakaway venues, meeting rooms and a lawn to accommodate over a 1,000 people. There are inhouse professional event planners too.
Rohit Dar, General Manager, Jaipur Marriott Hotel, says, “We understand that meetings are more than just about tables and chairs. Our focus starts with people and the purpose of their meeting. We know that people gathered for a training session would have various needs than those gathered for a networking event. By focusing on the purpose, we design a better meeting experience for the attendees and help them achieve desired outcomes. This is the philosophy behind ‘ Meetings Imagined’. MeetingsImagined. com is the digital platform used by Marriott that houses visual inspiration and expertise and we use it for ideation, planning and collaborating.” The hotel also encourages green meetings by recycling of event supplies wherever possible, collecting and reusing items such as table numbers and signage to cut back on the depletion of environmental resources. Dar adds, “We try to reduce the total amount of printed collateral by using double-sided printing and Power Point presentations. All of our ballrooms are designed in a manner that ensures natural daylight is available and the guests also prefer the same. This helps save energy costs and also leaves less carbon footprints.”