JW Marriott Kuwait City

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The JW Marriott Kuwait City, formerly Kuwait City's Le Meridien hotel, was taken over by Marriott International in November, 2002, and was rebranded on January 1, 2003.


IN 1978, one of the first real state companies in the middle east called have worked on building a mega shopping mall with a hotel it was Called 'Salhya' Mall it is one of the luxuries shopping malls in Kuwait city to today. In 1980, Le Meridien Kuwait opened to international acclaim as one of the most luxurious hotels in the area, and as one of the first international-class hotels in Kuwait.

In 1990, the hotel's lobby and first floor were set on fire by invading Iraqi soldiers. Following the Invasion, the damaged areas were restored and reconstructed to reopen to guests.

In 2003, the hotel served as a major hub for visiting journalists during the war in Iraq. Severe security measures were undertaken at the hotel, including the scanning of all incoming vehicles, passing through metal detectors, luggage scanning, identity tests, and the parking of vehicles several meters from the hotel's entrance and porte cochère.in


Since January 1, 2003 the hotel has embarked on a multi-million dollar renovation, which included the refurbishment of the hotel's lobby, restaurants, health facilities, and all guest rooms. Further changes involved the addition of a new logo on the building's exterior.

The hotel has 315 rooms, including seventy-five suites

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Coordinates: 29°21′54″N 47°58′3″E / 29.36500°N 47.96750°E / 29.36500; 47.96750