PHILADELPHIA, PA -- (Marketwire) -- 08/15/12 -- As the last days of summer wind down, the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, a Temple University hotel, is giving you a chance to save on some big-city sunshine with its Book Now and Save Big package.
Available through June 1, 2013, this package gives you 20% off when you book at least two weeks in advance at this Philadelphia luxury hotel. With rates from $149 to $269 a night, you can afford to take a weekend to yourself, travel with friends and family or help your recent grad settle into her college dorm in the city of Brotherly Love.
The city is a hub for arts and culture, and there are plenty of events with which to coordinate your Philadelphia hotel reservations. Through the month of August, Penn's Landing, along the banks of the Delaware River, hosts free evening film screenings with themed activities to coordinate with what's being shown. Grab a blanket and a picnic for the remaining films of the summer: Justin Beiber: Never Say Never (Aug 16), Dolphin Tale (Aug 23) and The Descendants (Aug 30).
If you prefer music over films, Rittenhouse Square hosts its annual Concerts in the Park series, offering free live music from a variety of genres. The summer's remaining shows include Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band (Aug 15), Ground Up (Aug 22) and the Strapping Fieldhands and the Spinning Leaves (Aug 29).
When summer ends, however, the fun doesn't. Students heading back to school (and the parents visiting them) can experience the city's diverse dining scene with Center City District Restaurant Week September 23 to 28 and September 30 to October 5, 2012. Treat yourself to delicious prix fixe menus at more than 100 restaurants; three-course dinners are only $35 per person and three-course lunches are only $20 per person. Art lovers should head to the city in October for the Mural Arts Program, a month-long event that engages visitors in tours, public painting, mural dedications and exhibitions.
To book the Book Now and Save Big package at this hotel near the University of Pennsylvania, visit www.marriott.com/hotels/hotel-deals/phldt-philadelphia-marriott-downtown/, or call 1-800-228-9290 in the U.S.; be sure to enter/mention the promotional code ADP. The package's Advanced Purchase Rate of 20% off is available through June 1, 2013.
About the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown
Surrounded by the city's rich history and culture, the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown offers newly renovated accommodations, a variety of event venues and a prime location. Just 8 blocks from the symbolic Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, this vacation hotel features luxury accommodations with high-speed Internet and plenty of natural light, plus stunning views from most rooms. Suites are perfect for meetings, celebrations and VIP guests, and the private concierge lounge offers breakfast, beverages and additional amenities. Stay active and relaxed with the fitness center and indoor pool, and find the perfect meal any time of day with three dining options. Get a jolt at Starbucks or a signature cocktail and light snack at Circ. For classic American cuisine with a twist, 13 offers a stylish setting and private dining room. Getting here and around is easy, with a location just a mile from the 30th Street train station and 10 miles from Philadelphia International Airport. Explore historic farmers markets at Reading Terminal Market, nurture a love for science at the Franklin Institute or get a history lesson at Independence National Historical Park. Conference attendees are close to the Pennsylvania Convention Center, but this business hotel also offers 92,000 sq. ft. of meeting and event space with QuickGroup online booking available for large groups.
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Philadelphia Marriott Downtown
1201 Market Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107 USA
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