What is the most interesting Marriott hotel that you can think of?
One that i have found, but not stayed in yet, is the Fairfield Inn & Suites Fair Oaks Farms.
It is marketed as "Beautiful Barn-design Hotel on an Agritourism Destination"
It is themed to look like a Barn.
I ran across this on the site recently. The silo suites look pretty interesting.
Just stayed here, so it’s top of mind. If you are a baseball/Cubs fan, it’s a must stay. But, the hotel is great regardless. They’ve done an awesome job blending old and new. Definitely one of my more unique stays. The bbq restaurant in the hotel was a nice surprise: Wrigleyville Hotels | Hotel Zachary, Chicago, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel
Staying there in early August! Can't wait!
I’ve always wanted to try The Glasshouse, a 170 year old church in Edinburgh Scotland, converted into an Autograph Collection hotel!
Boutique Hotel Edinburgh - 5-Star Hotel | The Glasshouse, Autograph Collection
Might be worth reviewing this discussion.
What's the most interesting Marriott at which you've stayed?
The Augustine in Prague is a former monastery with a working brewery on property.
Pretty interesting. Hotel Augustine
It's also probably the most luxurious Marriott I have stayed at. I had the best afternoon nap of my life there. That's worth something.
JWM Hanoi is the first one come to my mind, pictures speak for itself. The lounge layout is unique, very large and foods, tailored to majority guest's country at the time, they are absolutely aim for perfection.
Thought provoking, matthank! So I realized that most all of the hotels we stay in are "most interesting". Having trouble picking one. C
POST them all?
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