Top quality food is available at 14 participating Marriott Bonvoy restaurants, including The Brasserie at The St. Regis KL, The Living Room in The Westin KL, Flock and Yen in W KL and more.
Guests can expect international rates such as Black Angus lobster and beef tenderloin, cured bento games and even local delicacies and classics.
This marks Marriott International’s first comprehensive integration with the Grab platform and Grab’s most comprehensive agreement with a hospitality group to date.
Without active tourism even with the lack of local guests, companies in this sector have had to devise strategies to stay afloat and hotels were not exempt.
However, this integration is not as extensive as the current Marriott Bonvoy with GrabFood. To add, one advantage that users can enjoy from this collaboration is the fact that Grab points and rewards can be earned by placing orders at Marriott restaurants.
Eat well at home
Takeaway food and the delivery of elegant meals are no longer a foreign concept for Malaysians, given the pandemic and subsequent blockades that restrict travel and dinner.
We had spoken to several gourmet restaurants in 2020 for more information challenges that came with the pivot, as the experience and ambiance make up a remarkable part of the premium experience.
Some had to prepare completely new menus, get more local ingredients and find ideal packaging for deliveries to ensure the quality of the food was not compromised.
Marriott Bonvoy’s collaboration with GrabFood could be seen as a sign that the brand is safer and ready to accept the change in gastronomic culture. A year ago it had already started to take off and take off, but so far we haven’t seen any such big move.
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