BOSTON, MA -- (Marketwire) -- 04/23/12 -- The Boston Marriott Long Wharf is adding a suite finish to the week with a new "Wicked Suite Sunday" hotel package. Traveling twosomes can soak in panoramic views of the Boston Harbor from their private terrace at the Boston, MA hotel, and then step inside their newly renovated suite for hand crafted cocktails, freshly shucked local oysters, a movie marathon and more. Guests who book the "Wicked Suite Sunday" package are given the royal treatment with a personal Suite Server from Waterline restaurant to provide:
•Custom cocktails created by Waterline's Master Mixologist •One dozen fresh local oysters, shucked in-room •In-room movie marathon with choice of three favorite films •VIP movie munchies tray •Late check out, based on availability •Luxurious overnight Boston hotel accommodations in a spacious waterfront suite •Breakfast for two at Waterline restaurant •Complimentary valet parking
The "Wicked Suite Sunday" hotel deal starts at $999 per night, based on dates and availability. This package is available January 15 - December 30, 2012, Sundays only. Reservations can be made by visiting http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/boslw-boston-marriott-long-wharf/ and entering promotion code ZJ9, or calling (617) 227-0800 and requesting the "Wicked Suite Sunday" package. The package must be booked at least 3 days in advance. This promotion is not valid for groups of 10 or more. Blackout dates and additional terms and conditions may apply.
The Luxury Waterfront Suites at the Boston Marriott Long Wharf are approximately 600 square feet and include a 200 square foot balcony overlooking the scenic Boston Harbor. Luxury waterfront suite accommodations have full technical enhancements plus 50" high definition televisions, custom furnishings and artwork and upgraded bathrooms.
Located within short walking distance of Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, and the Boston Aquarium, the Boston Marriott Long Wharf hotel recently emerged from a multi-million dollar renovation. Just minutes from Boston Common, the Boston Children's Museum, and the TD Banknorth Garden, the hotel offers easy access to Logan International Airport, Amtrak's South Station, the MBTA's subway and commuter rail and I-93. For more information, please call 617-227-0800, or visit: http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/boslw-boston-marriott-long-wharf/.
Marriott Hotels & Resorts is Marriott International's signature and most widely distributed brand, with more than 500 hotels and resorts in 60 countries. Marriott continues to inspire performance and a balanced life on the road for discerning and high-achieving business and leisure travelers, offering warm, professional service; sophisticated yet functional guest room design; lobby spaces that facilitate working, dining and socializing; restaurants and bars serving international cuisine prepared simply and from the freshest ingredients; meeting and event spaces and services that are gold standard; and expansive, 24-hour fitness facilities. All Marriott hotels participate in the award winning Marriott Rewards frequent travel program that allows members to earn hotel points or airline miles for every dollar spent during each stay. For more information visit www.meetthedriven.com. Follow Marriott Hotels & Resorts on Twitter at www.twitter.com/MarriottHotels.
Visit Marriott International, Inc. (NYSE: MAR) for company information. For more information or reservations, please visit our web site at www.marriott.com, and for the latest company news, visit www.marriottnewscenter.com.
Image Available: http://www2.marketwire.com/mw/frame_mw?attachid=1957995
Add to Digg Bookmark with del.icio.us Add to Newsvine
Boston Marriott Long Wharf Hotel
296 State Street
Boston, Massachusetts 02109 USA
Most Popular Stories
- World Bank: Rich Countries Must Curb Emissions
- Airport Garners Social Media Award
- Social Media Campaign Increases Organ Donor Registrations
- Immigration Reform Would Decrease U.S. Budget Deficit
- Conference Slated for Hispanic Tech Startups
- Tea Party Wants to 'Audit the IRS'
- Using Acids to Unlock Shale Oil OK, Regulator Says
- Amazon Doesn't Need Tax Breaks but Gets Offered Millions
- Patriots' Aaron Hernandez Questioned in Slaying
- Banks Don't Follow Rules in Mortgage Settlement