Marriott International confirmed as Coca Cola arena's official lodging, lodging loyalty partner

The five-year partnership will give Marriott Bonvoy members exclusive access to the arena

Image courtesy: Marriot International/Marriot Bonvoy
Image courtesy: Marriot International/Marriot Bonvoy

Hospitality giant Marriott International has been named the official lodging, lodging loyalty partner for Dubai’s Coca Cola Arena.

This deal is part of a global partnership with AEG Venues & Festivals Worldwide, the group announced.

This five-year partnership will give Marriott Bonvoy members exclusive access to events at the arena through the ‘moments’ platform.

Speaking about the partnership, Neal Jones, chief sales and marketing officer, Middle East and Africa Marriott International said: “We are committed to providing our guests around the world with lasting memories and enriching experiences and continue to seek partnerships such as AEG Venues & Festivals, to bring unique experiences and exclusive access to our loyalty members."

According to officials, the partnership kicked off with access to three-time Grammy winners Maroon 5’s concert that took place last week.

AEG Ogden’s CEO of Coca-Cola Arena Guy Ngata added: “Coca-Cola Arena is extremely proud to welcome Marriott International to the family as the official lodging and lodging loyalty partner. We are delighted to continue the great global relationship we have with Marriott International here in Dubai.”

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