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Big plans for Marriott

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Big changes are in store this year for the Guam Marriott Resort & Spa. According to a press release the local hotel will undergo a transition to begin operating as the Pacific Star Resort & Spa starting April 1st. According to Guam Marriott Resort & Spa General Manager Roy Abraham this was a joint decision between Marriott International and the property owner, Marianas Properties, LLC and that the relationship between the two organizations remains cordial.  Marianas Properties Asset Manager Ajay Pothen thanked Marriott International for their dedication representing the property and for their marked contributions to the Guam tourism industry. Marianas Properties plans to retain existing management and associates to continue providing quality service under the Pacific Star brand.

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