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A new Marriott Hotel is to be built in the centre of Palanga by the end of 2018, with the international hotel group making a major investment in the Lithuanian resort town.
Palanga
Palanga
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Marriot is planning a 4-storey, 150 room, 4 star hotel that will cover 14,000 square meters. If the plans are implemented, the Marriott Hotel in Palanga would be the first hotel opened by the chain in the three Baltic countries. The group has hotels in Belarus and Poland.

In November last year, Marriott International bought competitor, Starwood Hotels and Resorts making Marriott International the world's largest hotel chain managing about 1.1 million rooms in 5,500 hotels around the globe.

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