LINTHICUM, MD -- (Marketwire) -- 11/14/12 -- You don't need to go to Las Vegas or Atlantic City to find one of the country's best and largest casinos. The $500-million casino, near the BWI Airport Marriott, offers world-class gaming and entertainment options, from slot machines to fine dining, just minutes from this Maryland Live! hotel.
The nation's third-largest commercial casino, convenient to this hotel by downtown Baltimore, features 4,750 state-of-the-art slot machines and Vegas-style electronic table games, including two High Limit rooms.
If gambling isn't your thing, there are plenty of other ways to enjoy a day or night out at the Maryland Live! Casino. Check out live entertainment at Rams Head Center Stage, where you can catch Football on Monday Night and concerts from top acts like Sheena Easton and Spin Doctors. At R Bar, inspired by the game of Roulette, you'll find a high-tech lounge and gaming experience. Enjoy drinks at the interactive bar, where you can place bets while placing drink orders, live entertainment and the energetic atmosphere you expect from a night out on the town.
The Hanover, MD casino, near this Baltimore Washington Airport hotel, is also home to six mouthwatering dining venues. Sample the work of celebrated chef Bobby Flay at Bobby's Burger Palace, indulge your sweet tooth at The Cheesecake Factory®, have a little bit of everything at the multi-station Live! Buffet, enjoy regional flavors at Phillips® Seafood, keep it simple and tasty at Noodles Asian wok and noodle bar or treat yourself to a special meal at The Prime Rib® (coming soon).
When you stay at this hotel near Maryland Live! you can also easily access the casino's other first-class amenities including a Shop Live! retail store, secure covered parking with direct casino access and a bus lounge. To learn more about Maryland Live!, visit www.marylandlivecasino.com/.
About the BWI Airport Marriott
With a central location, generous amenities and services to make every business trip a success, the BWI Airport Marriott is a top pick for those traveling to Baltimore, Maryland and Washington, DC. Just one mile from the Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI) via complimentary shuttle service, this downtown hotel offers welcoming, spacious accommodations outfitted with everything you need while you're on the road. Guestrooms include high-speed wireless Internet access, TV with premium cable and movie channels, coffee/tea maker and a desk with ergonomic chair. If you need a little more space or want to host a meeting or VIP guest, spacious suites are available, while concierge-level rooms come with lounge access and daily refreshments. Every guest has access to this hotel's resort-like facilities including a heated indoor pool, whirlpool, fitness center and Olympic-size ping-pong table. Meals are always delicious at this hotel's array of dining options, which include mouthwatering seafood at Chesapeake, Starbucks® coffee and free Wi-Fi at Day/Night Bar and late-night comfort food and drinks at Champion Sports Bar & Restaurant. If you want to explore the area, the city's top sights are nearby and easily accessible via Baltimore Light Rail. Don't miss Annapolis, the National Aquarium, Camden Yards, Maryland Live! and the Inner Harbor. Those looking for the perfect Baltimore meeting venue can find just what they want in this hotel's 18,800 sq. ft. of event space, including a Grand Ballroom with space to seat up to 1,500 guests.
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