Minsk welcomes first five-star hotel with Marriott International opening

Belarusian capital Minsk has unveiled its first five-star hotel with the 217-room Minsk Marriott Hotel.

Minsk welcomes first five-star hotel with Marriott International opening
Minsk welcomes first five-star hotel with Marriott International opening

The luxury property is located within a new riverside development, which includes a 3,000-person sports and entertainment complex surrounded by a selection of bars and restaurants, in addition to the hotel’s range of dining outlets.


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This includes the Mediterranean-inspired Fornello restaurant, which comes with its own summer terrace, a private dining area for ten people and an open kitchen with a chef’s table.

The opening of the Minsk Marriott Hotel has also brought an additional 940sqm of meeting and event space to the city, which includes eight breakout rooms and a grand ballroom capable of catering for up to 600 delegates.

Groups can also enjoy added comfort in one of the additional 25 suites, which include their own private balconies and riverside views

The opening of the five-star property marks Marriott International's second venture into Belarus, following the opening of the Renaissance Minsk Hotel in 2014.

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