WASHINGTON, DC -- (Marketwire) -- 08/22/12 -- No planning is needed for a spontaneous last minute weekend escape to Washington, DC where fine dining, grand sights and fabulous downtown shopping are just a start of the many things to do when staying at a premier Washington, DC Metro hotel.
Leaving the stress of everyday life behind and igniting a sensational weekend getaway is simple with Last Minute Weekend hotel specials in Washington, DC at the distinctive Washington Marriott at Metro Center. While rates vary depending upon availability, fees for relaxing weekend getaways can start as low as $149* such as those for the weekend of August 24-25, 2012, making it easy to experience the excitement of the city while being surrounded with gracious amenities and vibrant opportunities for shopping, sightseeing, exceptional dining and simple relaxation.
Guests of the Washington Marriott at Metro Center are within steps of the Metro for easy access to all the city has to offer, but also enjoy on-site access to dining in downtown Washington, DC at Fire & Sage restaurant. Offering a comfortable gathering place and creative American cuisine, this casual eatery is located inside the hotel so guests can easily enjoy the tantalizing flavors of American favorites and unique signature brick-oven flatbreads. All-day dining, generous Happy Hour specials and Sunday afternoon half-price desserts are but a few of the temptations guests will find just a few steps from their door.
Whether stepping out for a couple's getaway or gathering the family for some quality time, Last Minute Weekends at this impressive Washington, DC Penn Quarter hotel make traveling fun and affordable while providing easy access to historical sites and popular attractions. Last Minute Weekend specials with fantastic city views and fine accommodations can easily be booked online at http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/wasmc-washington-marriott-at-metro-center/ or by calling 1-800-228-9290.
*Rates are per room per night based on single occupancy for Friday and Saturday night stays only. Booking may require a two-night stay, with availability confirmed at time of booking. Rates may not apply to groups of 10 or more rooms. Advance reservation required.
About the Washington Marriott at Metro Center
The Washington Marriott at Metro Center welcomes travelers with gracious accommodations and exceptional service at a center city location that brings the entire capital within easy reach. Boasting 454 spacious guest rooms, five well-appointed suites and 12,451 square feet of meticulous event space, the hotel is an exceptional choice whether planning a leisure outing, inspirational business conference, corporate meeting or elegant Washington, DC social soiree. Dedicated event managers; skilled culinary professionals with exceptional event menus, and an extensive offering of state-of-the-art equipment and services stand ready to help ensure every event is truly remarkable.
About Marriott Hotels & Resorts
Marriott Hotels & Resorts continues to inspire and provide 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.Marriotthotels.com.
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