NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 10/15/12 -- Gathering the family for a discovery adventure to New York City is a great way to spend a weekend and with the "Stay for Breakfast" package at a prominent hotel in Lower Manhattan families can ease the cost of travel and have more in the family budget for fun and exploration.
Enjoying luxury Manhattan accommodations at the New York Marriott Downtown while exploring the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian, located less than a mile away, families will discover the amazing diversity of the native people of the Americas through special exhibitions, permanent exhibits and a long list of public programs including films, music and dance. Housed over three floors of the historic Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House, the museum also includes a walk-in learning center for visitors aimed at providing a greater understanding of the early cultures, and offering information pertaining to all aspects of those native to the Western Hemisphere.
Upcoming special exhibitions scheduled at the New York City museum include:
•C. Maxx Stevens: House of Memory - November 10, 2012 through June 16, 2013.
Ongoing traveling exhibitions include:
•IndiVisible: African-Native American Lives in the Americas, and •Ramp it Up: Skateboard Culture in Native America
With this Lower Manhattan hotel deal, families can easily spend time at the museum and even explore other nearby attractions and then return to the hotel to enjoy superb service and well-appointed hotel rooms that feature 300-thread count linens, marble bathrooms with lighted makeup mirrors, high speed Internet access and flat screen TVs. The "Stay for Breakfast" package includes guest room accommodations and complimentary breakfast for two adults and two children 12 and under. With rates starting as low as $209* families will find plenty of comforts amidst a remarkable selection of guest rooms and hotel suites, all equipped with refrigerators, soundproof windows and premium movie channels. Guests also have pay-per-view movie options and room service is standard. A concierge level is also available for those seeking added amenities.
Booking the "Stay for Breakfast" package is easy when using promotional code S4B at http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/nycws-new-york-marriott-downtown/; or by calling 1-800-228-9290 and referencing the code. Additional information concerning the museum may be found at http://nmai.si.edu/visit/newyork/.
*Rates are per room per night and valid for Thursday-Sunday stays through 1/31/13 based on availability at the time of reservation. Children 12 and under must be registered to the same room as adults. Offer does not apply to groups of 10 or more rooms and may not be combined with any other discount or promotion. Advance reservation required.
About the New York Marriott Downtown
The New York Marriott Downtown is centrally located in the midst of the city's Financial District and provides guests, whether traveling for business or pleasure, with easy access to the World Trade Center site and 9/11 Memorial, Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty, South Street Seaport and SOHO NYC. Offering first class accommodations and located near some of the finest restaurants downtown New York has to offer, guests are pampered with amenities and enjoy on-site dining at the popular 85 West Sports Bar and Grill, open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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Marriott New York Downtown
85 West Street at Albany Street
New York, New York 10006
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