Courtyard Hotels Debuts First Hotel in The Bahamas

Courtyard Hotels Debuts First Hotel in The Bahamas Marriott International announced the July 1 opening of the first Courtyard hotel in Nassau, Bahamas: the 112-room Courtyard Nassau Downtown/Junkanoo Beach.

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