MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 07/17/13 -- Few things define a season quite as evocatively as the vacation defines summer. With the kids out of school and everyone else out of the office, no season is more conducive to getting away for a week or two to soak up the sun. Doing its part to ensure that everyone has a chance at this quintessential experience is the Courtyard Miami Airport, which recently introduced its Miami Summer Getaways promotion.
Offering a discount of up to 25% off its regular rates, the promotion enables travelers to experience first-hand the many advantages of this hotel at Miami Airport. In addition to complimentary high-speed Internet and free shuttle service to and from the airport, the hotel offers 300 renovated guestrooms with deluxe bedding, HD televisions, spacious desks, ergonomic chairs and reach-anywhere phones with voicemail. Guests who have allergies can also find relief at this hotel close to Miami International Airport, thanks to its hypo-allergenic PURE® rooms that are specially sanitized and filtered.
But as this MIA hotel resides in the heart of a sizzling city rife with culture, entertainment, shopping, golf and beaches, it offers guests more than just a pretty place to stay. Its new fitness center and outdoor heated pool complement its other athletic offerings, like the tennis and volleyball courts and the fitness trail. It is also home to Champions Sports Bar, which serves up savory American fare for lunch and dinner, along with the latest sports game. And when guests are ready to embark on the sightseeing part of their vacation, this hotel near Miami International Airport is just minutes away from such attractions as the Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, South Beach and the Miami Seaquarium.
The Summer Getaways promotion is available seven days a week through October 5, 2013. Rooms are limited, however, and some restrictions may apply, so travelers are encouraged to make reservations soon. To reserve online, guests can use the promotional code SUM in the corporate/promotional code box. Alternately, they may call 1-800-MARRIOTT (627-7468) and reference that code. More information is available at http://www.marriott.com/hotels/hotel-deals/miacs-courtyard-miami-airport/.
About the Courtyard Miami Airport
With just two miles separating it from Miami International Airport, the Courtyard Miami Airport combines modern style, prime location and excellent value in one enticing hotel. After taking the complimentary shuttle between the airport and the hotel, guests can unpack and relax in one of the 300 newly renovated guestrooms. (Specially sanitized hypo-allergenic, PURE rooms are also available.) Featuring HD televisions with HBO and premium channels, spacious desks, ergonomic chairs and reach-anywhere telephones with voicemail, each room is designed to help guests both stay productive and relax. Of course, they can always head to one of the Marriott Miami Airport Campus's two restaurants to unwind. Cane Fire Grille serves regional specialties in a sleek setting, while Champions Sports Bar lets guests cheer on their favorite teams over hearty American fare. If guests feel a workout is in order after a satisfying meal, the hotel offers a new fitness center, along with tennis, volleyball and a heated outdoor pool. When the workday begins, guests can access complimentary high-speed Internet, a business center and six meeting rooms with 2,900 square feet of meeting space. And when visitors find themselves with some downtime, Miami's best and diverse attractions are just minutes away. South Beach, Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, golf, museums, shopping and entertainment are all waiting to be discovered from the vantage point of this Miami Airport hotel.
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Courtyard Miami Airport
1201 NW Le Jeune Road
Miami, FL 33126
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