Twenty14 Holdings, a leading hospitality investment firm with assets worth in excess of $750mn across Europe, Middle East and India, will soon launch Port Muziris – South Asia’s first Tribute Portfolio hotel, part of Marriott International, near Cochin International Airport.
The 55-room property is all set to be opened to the public in April.
“We are thrilled to debut the first Tribute Portfolio in South Asia. At Twenty14 Holdings, we share the vision of offering a unique experience for guests,” said Adeeb Ahamed, managing director, Twenty14 Holdings.
Kerala has long been one of the most sought-after destinations worldwide, and “we are excited to be part of the state’s flourishing tourism sector,” he said.
Tribute Portfolio, launched by Marriott, is a collection of exceptional independent hotels around the globe.
“This will also mark the debut of our 16th brand to join the Marriott International portfolio in India,” according to Neeraj Govil, area vice president, South Asia, Marriott International.
Port Muziris, which includes 55-keys, two food and beverage outlets and a 150-pax capacity ballroom, is Twenty14 Holdings’ first property in India. Currently, the hospitality investment firm has over $750mn portfolio of properties around the world, including the Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh – the Caledonian in Scotland, Sheraton Oman in Muscat and Steigenberger Hotel Business Bay in the UAE.
Earlier this year, Twenty14 Holdings’ had announced its entry into mainland Europe with their first property in Switzerland – the InterCityHotel Zurich Airport. The firm is also in the final stages of development of a luxurious five-star hotel at 1-5 Great Scotland Yard, the former headquarters of London’s Metropolitan Police.
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