Businessman Alexander Boiko wants to capitalise on success of city centre 5-star as hotel revolution rolls on.
New 120-room Courtyard By Marriott is planned along with a congress centre with a 1,650 capacity. Picture: TS Group
International brand hotels continue to defy the economic gloom with as Siberia is due to get its first Marriott Executive Apartments. The development was signaled by Alexander Boiko who was behind the Novosibirsk Marriott Hotel which opened in 2014 and has received sensational customer satisfaction ratings comparing with the best in the world.
As well as the new elite apartment development - with up to 110 units - and new 120-room Courtyard By Marriott is planned along with a congress centre with a 1,650 capacity. The developments are part of a new new high-end 'multifunctional residential complex' named Zhukovka.
Novosibirsk Marriott Hotel which opened in 2014 and has received sensational customer satisfaction ratings comparing with the best in the world. Pictures: The Siberian Times, Marriott hotel
It is being built close to Zayeltsovsky Bor and has already been nicknamed Novosibirsk's Rublyovka, referring to one of Moscow's most elite suburbs favoured by the seriously rich.
Mr Boiko, owner of owner of TS Group Holding, said he expected the development to be completed in 2020 and that it 'will be passed to Marriott'. 'This year we are planning to reclaim 15 hectares of land and turn it into a park,' he said.
Last year also saw the opening of Siberia's first Park Inn by Radisson in Novosibirsk. The city also has a DoubleTree by Hilton hotel.
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