Did you know that you can book up to three rooms under one reservation? And, did you know that there is an easy way to reserve another room without having to re-enter your information? Continue reading to learn how.
BOOK ONE TO THREE ROOMS:
You can book up to three rooms on Marriott.com by selecting 1 through 3 in the dropdown menu under No. of rooms in the hotel search box. After selecting your rate, you can enter the room preferences for each room by clicking on Room 1, Room 2 or Room 3. Continue the steps to complete your reservation.
BOOK FOUR TO NINE ROOMS:
If you need more than three rooms, you can follow the steps above and then click Reserve another room after you complete the first reservation. The hotel, the travel dates, your address and your credit card information will be saved from the first reservation. You can also contact Marriott Rewards at 888-236-2427 to book up to nine room reservations. Click here for Marriott’s global reservation numbers.
BOOK TEN OR MORE ROOMS:
|Reservations for 10 or more rooms with the same arrival and departure dates are considered to be a group booking. In the hotel search box, click on Advanced Search to access the “Marriott Hotel Search” page. Click on meeting space and enter the appropriate information for your reservation. Hit Find to view the hotel room rates. Click Select to choose the room rate for your group. Then, provide the room details and continue with your group reservation. As with all guaranteed reservations, a credit card is required, even if you are not paying for all of the room reservations. You can also speak to an event planning coordinator at 800-831-4004. For groups outside of North America, click here for a listing of phone numbers.|
You can receive points/miles for your room and only up to two other rooms. Reservations must be made in your name and paid by you. Notify the front desk that you would like to receive the points/miles for the rooms and provide them with your rewards number. Contact the Marriott Rewards Customer Support at 801-468-4000 with any questions.