The Marriott Hotel Amman in November 2008! Rare view! Enjoy Jordan!:) Thanks to heavy security it is impossible to get a decent shot nearer from this landmark hotel in the jordanian capital! Cherish the hospitality!:)

The Marriott Hotel Amman in November 2008! Rare view! Enjoy Jordan!:) Thanks to heavy security it is impossible to get a decent shot nearer from this landmark hotel in the jordanian capital! Cherish the hospitality!:)
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Rare photo from the front of the hotel with good views all around the building! ( November 2008 ). MORE ABOUT MARRIOTT:

Marriott was founded by J. Willard Marriott 1927 when he and his wife opened a root beer stand in Washington D.C..[4] As a missionary in the sweltering, humid summers in Washington, Marriott was convinced that what the city needed was a such a place to get a cool drink.[5] They later expanded their enterprises into a chain of restaurants and hotels.[6]
Marriott hotel located at Tampa International Airport, taken from top level of parking garage

The Key Bridge Marriott in Arlington, Virginia is Marriott International’s longest operating hotel, and celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2009.[7] Their son and current Chairman and Chief Executve Officer, J.W. (Bill) Marriott, Jr. has led the company to spectacular worldwide growth. Today, Marriott International has about 3,150 lodging properties located in the United States and 67 other countries and territories.

Marriott International was formed in 1992 when Marriott Corporation split into two companies, Marriott International and Host Marriott Corporation.

In 2002 Marriott International began a major restructuring by spinning off many Senior Living Services Communities (which is now part of Sunrise Senior Living) and Marriott Distribution Services, so that it could focus on hotel ownership and management. The changes were completed in 2003.[8]
Marriott International headquarters in the Bethesda area of unincorporated Montgomery County, Maryland, United States
Singapore Marriott Hotel

In April 1995, Marriott International acquired a 49% interest in the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company LLC.[9] Marriott International believed that it could increase sales and profit margins at the Ritz, a troubled chain with a significant number of properties either losing money or barely breaking even. The cost of Marriott’s initial investment was estimated to be about 0 million in cash and assumed debt. The next year, Marriott spent 1 million to take over the Ritz-Carlton Atlanta and buy a majority interest in two properties owned by William Johnson, a real estate developer who had purchased the Boston Ritz Carlton in 1983 and expanded his Ritz holdings over the next twenty years.

The Ritz began expansion into the lucrative timeshare market among other new initiatives made financially possible by the deep pockets of Marriott, which also lent its own in-house expertise in certain areas. There were other benefits for Ritz-Carlton flowing from its relationship with Marriott, such as being able to take advantage of the parent company’s reservation system and buying power. The partnership was solidified in 1998 when Marriott boosted its interest in Ritz-Carlton to 99 percent. By 1999 revenues from the 35 hotels it operated around the world totaled about .4 billion.

Marriott International owned Ramada International Hotels & Resorts until its sale on September 15, 2004 to Cendant. It is the first hotel chain to serve food that is completely free of trans fats at all of its North American properties.[10][11]

In 2005, Marriott International and Marriott Vacation Club International comprised two of the 53 entities that contributed the maximum of 0,000 to the second inauguration of President George W. Bush.

On July 19, 2006, Marriott announced that all lodging buildings they operate in the United States and Canada would become non-smoking beginning September 2006. "The new policy includes all guest rooms, restaurants, lounges, meeting rooms, public space and employee work areas."

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Northern Virginia Real Estate Snapshot – November 2010

Welcome to the monthly NOVA Real Estate snapshot prestned to you by Rot Ouy with the AJ Team/Century 21 New Millennium. This month, we’re going to focus on area stats and show how smaller locals, though geographically close to each other, can be very different. Days on market has gradually crept up to 61 days in Northern Virginia and 45 in Prince William. There are increases of about 6% year over year. Ironically, Arlington’s days on market is at 58 and Alexandria, 61. However, Arlington has seen a 6% decrease since last year’s days on market and Alexandria, a 16% decrease from last month. All these areas I’ve mentioned are only about 15 miles apart from each other, yet you see these same trends heading in opposite directions. An increase in days on market versus a decrease. A couple stats that are consistent for the area are average and median sale prices. Those numbers are up between 10-12% all across the board from a year ago this time. Buyers, with the winter market approaching and expected seasonal home sales to be lower, NOW might be a good time to enter the market and capture a deal on some inventory that’s been sitting on the market a bit longer. Sellers, marketing your home now before the new year might be a good time for your home to shine, especially in a market where some inventory is becoming stale from sitting on the market longer. Thanks for tuning in this week and don’t forget to check out our blog @ ajteamrealty.com Till next time, you have the dream, we