MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 07/16/13 -- Saving money is at the top of any smart business's to-do list, but hosting offsite meetings can often present a challenge when it comes to sticking to a budget. The Miami Airport Marriott has stepped up to meet that challenge, offering two packages for Miami Airport meetings. With the ELEVATED meeting package at this hotel near Miami Airport, groups receive free self-parking, free shuttle services to the airport, Blue Lagoon, and Coral Gables, and free in-room Internet, plus a choice of add-ons, based on the number of rooms booked, that can take an ordinary meeting to the next level. With 15 to 50 rooms, pick 2; 51 to 75 rooms, pick 3; 76 to 100 rooms, pick 4; and 101 rooms or more, pick 5.
Planners can choose from the following:
•2% credit to the master account•1 complimentary room per 35•Double Marriott Rewards® points•Free 1-hour opening night reception with light hors d'oeuvres•Free wine from select list with a catered dinner•Free Continental breakfast with the booking of a catered dinner•10% catering menu discount and 10% audiovisual discount•Complimentary meeting room Internet line
Rates for this offer start at just $89 per person. For more information, call 800-610-1088, or email FloridaSouthLeads@marriott.com and reference "Airport8."
Those who want the total package should opt for the Complete Meeting Planner package, starting at just $70 per person, at this Miami Airport Convention Center hotel. The offer includes a complimentary room rental, Internet connection, parking discount ($5/car), a flip-chart package and an LCD package. Of course it's hard to be productive without some fuel, and this offer also includes Early-morning Break Service, Mid-morning Break Service, a Deli Lunch Buffet and Afternoon Break Service. For more information, call 305-649-5000, or visit MiamiAirportMarriott.com.
About the Miami Airport Marriott
In Miami, business and pleasure mix as easily as golden sand and turquoise water, and at the Miami Airport Marriott, visitors will find a hotel that blends the two seamlessly, with amenities for both productivity and play. Just 1 mile south of Miami International Airport, this hotel near Doral, FL welcomes guests with a revitalized lobby featuring modern decor, flexible seating areas, complimentary computer kiosks and everyone's favorite morning and mid-afternoon stop, Starbucks®. Newly renovated guest rooms are outfitted with luxurious bedding, contemporary design elements, Wi-Fi, a desk, cable TV and coffee/tea service. Hypo-allergenic PURE® rooms are available, and three concierge floors offer an upgraded stay that's perfect for business travel. Plan a meeting with clients and colleagues in any of the 16 meeting rooms, or host a gala in the Grand Ballroom, which can accommodate up to 600 guests. Never miss another flight with a complimentary airport shuttle and airline information desk, as well as complimentary shuttle service to Blue Lagoon and Coral Gables. The best of the city is right outside the doors, and guests can explore street fairs, boutiques and nightlife in downtown Miami and South Beach; take a break from the scene in Coral Gables and Coconut Grove; catch their favorite Miami sports team or hit the green at various golf courses. Those crunched for time can stay active at this hotel's fitness center and outdoor heated pool. The city's dining scene is a big draw, and this hotel offers its own top restaurant at Cane Fire Grille, featuring American cuisine with Miami flair.
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Miami Airport Marriott
1201 NW LeJeune Road, Building A
Miami, Florida 33126
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