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Last Updated: 23rd Jul 2024

Starwood has what hotels?

This is a chronological listing of Starwood brands, arranged according to their entry into Starwood.
  • Westin.
  • Sheraton.
  • The Luxury Collection
  • Four Points by Sheraton
  • W Hotels.
  • St. Regis.
  • Le MA(c)ridien.
  • Aloft.



These are the hotels that make up Starwood.

Starwood Hotels & Resorts has a unique selection of brands: Sheraton and Westin, Four Points by Sheratons, W Hotels, St. Regis, Le MA(c),ridien, Aloft, Tribute Portfolio, and The Luxury Collection - with a presence at the most exciting destinations in the world.

You might also wonder, "What hotels does Marriott own?" Marriott owns Fairfield and TownePlace; Hilton owns Curio and DoubleTree; Intercontinental owns Holiday Inn and Candlewood, and Hotel Indigo. Here's a quick overview of who is who, in order of the total rooms controlled.

Is Starwood Hotels a part of Marriott?

The Marriott-Starwood Merger. Marriott International will be the first hotel collection with more than one million rooms. Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide is also on track for a merger. J.W. Marriott will merge Starwood and Marriott to create Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide. The merger will bring together more than 5,700 properties in 30 brands in 110+ countries.

Who owns Starwood?

Marriott International