The Marriott-Starwood global empire visualized

4 months ago by Joshua Fruhlinger in Facts

On September 23, 2016, Marriott ($NASDAQ:MAR) acquired Starwood Hotels and Resorts for $13.6 billion, creating the world's largest hotel company with a mind-bending 1.1 million rooms, 30 brands, and close to 6,000 properties.

The acquisition also moved Marriott more into the international arena, as Starwood's hotels are 75% non-US based. It was the largest acquisition in the hotel space since 2007 when Blackstone acquired Hilton for $26 billion.

So what does its new footprint look like? See below for yourself, and click to see a larger version.

Houston, TX currently has the most Marriott-SPG properties followed by New York. The chart below outlines how the top-10 cities are covered.

City

Country

Property Count

Houston

United States

103

New York

United States

87

Atlanta

United States

72

Orlando

United States

67

Shanghai

China

60

Dubai

United Arab Emirates

59

Dallas

United States

53

San Antonio

United States

50

Charlotte

United States

50

San Diego

United States

50

Note: Subscribers can see the full list and locations of Marriot-SPG properties here.

Joshua Fruhlinger

Joshua has been writing about technology, lifestyle, and business for over 20 years. He's one of the original writers and editors for Engadget, and still writes a...

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