We reported back in early January (read more here) that the owner of eight hotels in Europe, of which four are Marriott affiliated will change in 2020.
Dedica Anthology, part of Autograph Collection, hotels in Rome, Budapest, Prague, and Venice will become part of NH Collection, NH Hotels, or Anantara, and exit Marriott Bonvoy effective May 1, 2020.
You can access Marriott Bonvoy here.
Marriott now has a warning up on its website when you try to book any of these hotels that they will not be part of the program after April 30, 2020:
Here are the hotels changing ownership:
- Rome – Palazzo Naiadi, The Dedica Anthology, Autograph Collection
- Budapest – New York Palace, The Dedica Anthology, Autograph Collection
- Prague – Carlo IV, The Dedica Anthology, Autograph Collection
- Venice – Grand Hotel Dei Dogi, The Dedica Anthology, Autograph Collection
- Nice – Plaza Nice – closed for renovation
- Budapest – New York Residence – non-affiliated
- Florence – Palazzo Gaddi – closed for renovation
- Venice – Hotel Bellini – non-affiliated
Marriott Bonvoy members should not book any of these hotels for stays past April 30, 2020, if earning points, elite qualifying nights or receiving elite benefits is of importance. These hotels will eventually move under NH or Anantara due to their new owners.
I have stayed at two of these hotels in Venice and Prague. They were unique but wasn’t overly satisfied with the stays (the Prague one was so-so).