Kathmandu Marriott Celebrates its 4th Anniversary with a Focus on Development, Talent and Sustainability
The Kathmandu Marriott has reason to celebrate as they mark their fourth anniversary after providing the area with top-notch hospitality and luxury services. The hotel has served as a symbol of luxury and comfort, drawing both domestic and foreign visitors and fostering the overall expansion of the area’s tourism industry.
Managing Director Gaurav Agarwal stated, “The past four years have been an incredible journey for Kathmandu Marriott. We have been committed to the development of the region, & our team has worked tirelessly to uplift the luxury quotient of the region, providing unparalleled services and amenities to all our guests.”
The hotel contributes in reduction of carbon footprint to a great extent, by adding a full powered water recycle plant & electric cars to its fleet. It is the first and only LEED Gold certified property in Nepal, further contributing to the area’s sustainable growth.
The commemoration of the anniversary was a heartfelt tribute to the guests who have helped propel the hotel to its current standing of success. Every guest who has crossed the threshold of the Marriott has been the strength, inspiration and aspiration for the hotel to provide an unrivaled level of service that creates unforgettable memories.
The hotel has been instrumental in creating employment opportunities for local talent, further contributing to the local community, Cluster General Manager, Vishal Mehra added, “We believe in providing unique experiences to our guests, which reflects the rich culture and traditions of the region. Our team of talented individuals works towards creating unforgettable experiences for our guests, ensuring that they return to our hotel for their next visit.”
As Kathmandu Marriott marks its fourth year of operation, it remains steadfast in its dedication to supporting the progress and advancement of the region. The hotel’s steadfast commitment to fostering sustainability, development and talent has played a crucial role in shaping the future of the region’s hospitality industry.