Marriott New Hotel Openings in Canada for 2019 – 22 hotels in the works

With over 6,500 hotels Marriott Hotels is one of the largest hotel companies in the world and with the recent takeover of Starwood they are one of the biggest in Canada. The chain comprises of a whopping 29 brands ranging from mid-level budget locations to high end luxury resorts.

Marriott is looking to add nearly two dozen more hotels to their Canadian portfolio in 2019.  To the best of our knowledge this is largest growth out of any of the major hotel chains.

These are the hotels and their anticipated
opening dates (of course these are subject to change):

Artist rendering of the JW Marriott ICE District

 I would say the most anticipated hotels of the bunch are definitely the JW Marriott ICE District Edmonton Hotel and The Westin Calgary Airport, the latter of which literally just opened a few days ago from the time of posting this!

JW Marriott ICE District Suite

The JW Marriott in Edmonton has 356 rooms with an executive level and executive lounge while the Westin Calgary Airport has 247 rooms and includes a club floor with a club lounge. The  JW Marriott ICE District Hotel is a Category 5 hotel in the Marriott Rewards program and the new Westin is only a Category 4 hotel which means you can utilize the new free night anniversary benefit from the Starwood Preferred Guest Credit Card at both of these locations! Both hotels also sport indoor pools and fitness rooms. The JW also has a spa while the Westin has a large conference centre built in to the hotel which has the largest hotel attached ballroom in Calgary at 16,621 square feet.

Remember to take advantage of all the possible Marriott Rewards/Bonus bonus
points offers that are on offer if you plan on staying at any of these
new Marriott hotels or any other Marriott hotels for that matter! You can find all
the promotions listed on our Marriott Rewards Bonus Points page.

Are you excited about any of the new Marriot hotels opening up this year?
Are there any locations or brands you’d like to see in your neck of the
woods? Let us know in the comments below.