MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwire) -- 01/15/13 -- Spending Spring Break at sea? Those sailing out of Miami can enjoy a little extra sunshine by extending their trip with a pre- or post-cruise stay at the Residence Inn Miami Airport, a conveniently located MIA hotel with free breakfast.
With the Extend Your Cruise package at this MIA hotel, cruise-goers can enjoy rates from $154 to $254 a night, breakfast for two and transportation to the Port of Miami.
Available through April 1, 2013, this Miami airport suites special offer is ideal for families who want time to explore the nearby Miami Children's Museum, Miami Seaquarium and Miami Metro Zoo; honeymooning couples hoping to catch some extra beach time and the city's famous nightlife and dining; sports fans who want to cheer on their favorite team at Dolphins Stadium or American Airlines Arena and culture-seekers wanting to explore Miami's museums and Art Deco district.
Extending a cruise vacation with a stay at this extended-stay hotel offers the opportunity to relax in a homelike suite, outfitted with a full kitchen, complimentary high-speed Internet access and dedicated areas for dining, sleeping and living. Located within the Marriott Miami Airport Campus, the Residence Inn Miami Airport shares a number of amenities with the neighboring Marriott and Courtyard hotels. Start mornings with a caffeine boost at Starbucks®, enjoy regional specialties at Cane Fire Grille and grab a drink and casual meal with friends at Champions Sports Bar, featuring the biggest games in sports on the big screen. Mornings and evenings at this airport hotel offer complimentary dining experiences with a full breakfast buffet and evening social hour with food and beverages.
To book the Extend Your Cruise offer or any of this hotel's packages, including an MIA Airport park and fly deal, visit www.marriott.com/hotels/hotel-deals/miaas-residence-inn-miami-airport/.
About the Residence Inn Miami Airport
At the Residence Inn Miami Airport, an extended stay can be just as enjoyable as a short break. Located just two miles from Miami International Airport, this business-friendly hotel is perfect for stays long and short, with a convenient location, spacious suites and shared amenities with the neighboring full-service Marriott and Courtyard hotels. Accommodations, available in studio, one-bedroom, family and two-bedroom suites, offer separate space for dining, living and sleeping. Prepare healthy meals in a full-size kitchen with dishwasher, stovetop, refrigerator and microwave; stay connected with home and office using complimentary high-speed Internet access and start mornings on the right foot with a complimentary breakfast buffet and newspaper.
Guests with sensitivities can breathe easy in new hypo-allergenic PURE rooms. Maintain a work/life balance with a fitness center, outdoor heated pool and whirlpool. Dine on regional specialties at the neighboring Marriott's Cane Fire Grille, or catch the game and hearty American fare at the Courtyard's Champions Sports Bar. Spend days exploring nearby Coconut Grove, South Beach, University of Miami, Coral Gables and countless golf courses, and return for a complimentary evening social hour with food and beverages. Business-friendly amenities include a business center with copy and fax services, 650 sq. ft. of meeting space, a full-service Starbucks at the Marriott and a complimentary MIA Airport shuttle.
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Residence Inn Miami Airport
1201 NW 42nd Avenue
Miami, Florida 33126 USA
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