JW Marriott Absheron Baku Hotel
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JW Marriott Absheron Hotel on stamp
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The JW Marriott Absheron Baku Hotel, also Absheron Hotel is a skyscraper hotel in Baku, Azerbaijan, located on Azadliq Square next to Pushkin's Park and the Crescent Hotel on the edge of the Caspian Sea. The hotel was established in 1985. The original hotel had 343 rooms, located on 16 floors. The hotel was bought and rebuilt by JW Marriot in 2009 with 243 rooms on 20 floors. It is described as an "imposing hotel", with a "magnificent view of the city square and the sun-spangled expanse of the world's largest lake".
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