Marriott used the summit in Colombia to announce that it was turning its focus to the Caribbean and South America to ensure future growth.
Heralding a “golden age of travel,” Marriott International plans to double the number of hotels in the Caribbean and Latin America within the next five years. Arne Sorenson, the new CEO of Marriott …
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