Stretch Your Weekend Getaways to Washington DC with Marriott Hotels’ Staying Power Weekend Package

June 01, 2008 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel News
WASHINGTON, D.C. – June 1, 2008 –Whether enjoying cultural events, theatres, museums and monuments or exploring one of DC’s vibrant neighborhoods; two days is too short to experience all that Washington, DC has to offer. Marriott and Renaissance Hotels of Washington, DC in association with Destination DC are offering a travel package that stretches your weekend getaway without shrinking your wallet, the Staying Power Weekend package. Available from May 22, 2008 through January 4, 2009 the Staying Power Weekend package special allows guests to save more money the longer they stay in DC. In addition, hotel guests have the privilege to enjoy the benefits of a Washington, DC downtown hotel: close proximity to all of DC’s renowned sites, world-class dinning, and shopping.

Plan ahead, stay longer, and save more with this hotel deal:
• 30% off of a 3-night stay or;
• 40% off of a 4-night stay and;
• $100 Bonus Bucks® coupon when you stay at a Marriott or JW Marriott hotel or a $100 Savvy Savings certificate when you stay at a Renaissance hotel to use toward a future 2-night paid stay.

The Washington DC Staying Power Weekend Package rates are per room and exclude tax and gratuities. Terms and conditions apply. Rates range from $71 - $181. Advance purchased required. Pre-payment is non-refundable.

For more information regarding this Washington DC weekend getaway deal or for reservations, please call (800) 834-6418 or visit Refer to promotional code C77. The Marriott Hotels and Renaissance Hotels Washington, D.C., along with over 2,400 Marriott-affiliated hotels worldwide, participates in the company’s award-winning Marriott Rewards® frequent guest program. Members earn their choice of points toward free vacations or frequent flyer mileage for dollars spent at Marriott International branded hotels worldwide. Check, for other hotel availability in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Southeast United States.