Marriott launches dedicated dining platform in the UAE features more than 350 restaurants and dining experiences across Marriott International properties in the UAE

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Marriott International has launched a dedicated dining platform,, which allows guests to discover the operator's food experiences across its properties in one place.

Marriott International has more than 350 outlets to choose from in the UAE alone, which will all be featured on the More Cravings website.

Visitors can search by cuisine, experience, location and deal to select their dining options.

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According to an official statement, guests "will be able to read reliable, authentic and honest reviews from everyday foodies in the blog section".

As part of their search to ‘Find the Next UAE Foodie’, Marriott International has selected four food writers to impartially review the operator's outlets on More Cravings across four categories: luxury dining and fine casual; family-friendly; casual and cafes; and bars.


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