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Marriott Update Concerning Hotel
Closures Due to Hurricanes

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Washington , DC  -  15 September 2004 - Marriott continues to monitor Hurricane Ivan and is working closely with the authorities in areas that may be affected by the storm.   

As of 4:00 p.m. (EDT) Wednesday, September 15, two Marriott properties in the Cayman Islands are temporarily closed, and four Marriott hotels in Florida, six in Alabama and one in Mississippi, have been asked to evacuate.  These hotels will remain closed until local authorities advise that they may reopen: 

Cayman Islands:
Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort (temporarily closed)
Courtyard Grand Cayman (temporarily closed)

Florida:
Bay Point Marriott Resort, Golf & Yacht Club, Panama City Beach
Marriott’s Legends Edge at Bay Point, Panama City
Residence Inn Pensacola Downtown
Springhill Suites Pensacola Beach

Alabama:
Courtyard Gulf Shores Craft Farms
Grand Hotel Marriott Resort, Golf Club & Spa, Point Clear
Residence Inn Mobile
Courtyard Mobile
Fairfield Inn Mobile
TownePlace Suites Mobile

Mississippi :
Fairfield Inn Gulfport

In addition, the following hotels remain temporarily closed as a result of Hurricane Frances:

Hutchison Island Marriott Beach Resort and Marina
Courtyard Hutchinson Island Oceanside

Marriott will provide updates and hotel status on www.marriottnewsroom.com as information becomes available.  The next update is scheduled for 6:00 p.m. (EDT) on Thursday, September 16.  For guest information please call Marriott reservations at (800) 228-9290.  Those in countries outside of the United States wishing information about the impact of Hurricane Frances and Hurricane Ivan should call the Marriott International toll-free number in their country.


 
Contact:
Marriott International 
http://www.marriott.com
Also See: Seven Marriott Hotels in Florida Remain Evacuated / September 6, 2004
Mississippi Gaming Commission Orders 12 Biloxi Casinos to Close at Noon Tuesday; No Hurricane Stronger than a Category 2 Has Hit the Mississippi Coast Since Gambling Was Legalized / September 2004


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