Marriott International has announced the opening of a Courtyard by Marriott property in Maharashtra’s Nashik region, popularly known as the wine capital of India.

The 113-key Courtyard by Marriott Nashik features high-end rooms and suites with classic style.

The hotel’s F&B offerings include House of Gourmet, an all-day dining venue for local and international flavours; Bakes and Brews, a 24/7 bistro for casual dining. Head to the Escape Lounge for cocktails and light bites. For music lovers, there is Club Strato that offers the modern club culture experience.

Courtyard by Marriott Nashik offers multiple flexible meeting and event venues, comprising 17,744 square feet of fully equipped indoor and outdoor spaces ideal for business and personal celebrations. The Birds of Paradise ballroom and its pre-function area can accommodate up to 420 people for large-scale conventions and gala dinners, while the Lilium Ballroom is ideal for events with up to 75 delegates.

Recreational amenities consist of a 24-hour fitness centre and an outdoor swimming pool.

Neeraj Govil, senior vice president, south Asia, Marriott International  said:

“We are thrilled to open our first Courtyard by Marriott in Nashik and it also marks the 19th Courtyard hotel in South Asia, which reflects our commitment to expand our footprint in the region.

“With an unprecedented wave of domestic travel and an increased demand for upscale hotels, the opening of our first Courtyard in yet another new city marks a great milestone for Marriott International in the region.”

Expressing views on the opening, Elroy Tulkar, hotel manager, Courtyard by Marriott Nashik said:

“I am excited to open the doors of Courtyard by Marriott Nashik. We are committed to delivering a welcoming experience that inspires and empowers our guests at an affordable price point. Our hotel is equipped with amenities that enable guests to rest, relax and stay connected.

“As a beloved destination for business and leisure travelers alike, we look forward to welcoming both domestic and international guests to experience our inviting hospitality and uplifting spaces.”