Crescent Hotels & Resorts Plans November 2021 Opening of Marriott Owings Mills Metro Centre

USA, Owings Mills, Maryland. October 18, 2021

Marriott Owings Mills Metro Centre and Crescent Hotels & Resorts, a premier hotel management company, are proud to announce the hotel is opening its doors November 2021. Located within a short distance to boutique shopping, world-class dining, and the Owings Mills Metro Station, the hotel is the perfect gateway to the mid-Atlantic. This new property will feature 229 guestrooms and suites, a modern American restaurant "The Tillery", a full-service Starbucks Cafe, and 15,000 square feet of meeting space. Marriott Owings Mills Metro Centre is a 30-minute drive from downtown Baltimore, and an hour drive from historic Gettysburg, and from the nation's capital, Washington, D.C.

"We are thrilled to open the doors of Marriott Owings Mills, offering a premium elevated experience that speaks to the needs of today's traveler," said Ashlyn Pulvermiller, General Manager. "Our offerings and location will make it the ideal place for locals to go for a meal, plan an event, or go on a staycation as well as guests who are visiting Owings Mills and the Baltimore area. We look forward to helping bring even more buzz and excitement to the Metro Centre area and being a part of the community."

Guestrooms at Marriott Owings Mills Metro Centre will offer a spacious and modern look complete with locally inspired accents to offer a sense of place. Additionally, through a first-of-its-kind partnership with Marriott Hotels and TED, guests will have access to specially curated in-room content to enjoy from the comfort of their bed. The hotel will also feature the brand's signature Greatroom lobby, a stylish hub of the property that serves as a great social gathering place for both day and night. Along with the Greatroom, The M Club Lounge offers Marriott Bonvoy Elite and Club paying members an exclusive area with perks including a range of complimentary food and beverage options featuring hot breakfast, evening drinks and hors d'oeuvres, and premium beverages throughout the day. Accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week, the space will feature communal tables and seating areas surrounding a cozy fireplace.

Guests and locals can dine at The Tillery, a full-service upscale American restaurant and bar that will bring a modern and intimate dining experience. The dining destination will provide a high-quality selection of food and beverage options with both indoor and outdoor seating along with a fire pit. The Tillery's menu will have a variety of cocktails and bites that will be created with local honey and lavender from Honey House, which is near the hotel. The Tillery will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and will be a perfect destination for date nights, happy hours, or meals with friends or family. There will also be a private dining room with the ability to host up to 100 people.

Marriott Owings Mills' Next Gen Meeting Space is tailored to foster collaboration. All meeting spaces are designed to adapt to a variety of formats and group sizes, with pivotable walls, moveable partitions, soft seating, and modular furniture to ensure every team's meeting space is tailored to their needs. Several of the hotel's event spaces offer guests a private outdoor area, perfect for pre-functions and social gatherings - ideal for weddings, meetings, and conferences. The hotel will also feature state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment for an enhanced event experience.

Additionally, the hotel will have a 24-hour upscale fitness center with cardio equipment and free weights. Guests can enjoy a drive through the rolling hills of nearby equestrian country, experience more than 13 local golf clubs, and easy access to outdoor activities at area nature centers, parks, and reservoirs.

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