Local Hotel Recognized

 

The Sugar Land City Council recently recognized Houston Marriott Sugar Land The Sugar Land City Council recently recognized Houston Marriott Sugar Land for 16 years of business. It was the first full-service hotel of its kind in Fort Bend County when it opened in Sugar Land Town Square in 2003, and has since generated more than $200 million in revenue. “Our city is proud to celebrate this milestone and recognize their contribution to our city and the region,” said Mayor Joe Zimmerman.

COURTESY: Doug B. Adolph

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