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Plan Now for Unbeatable Summer Rates at Family-Friendly Hotels in Arlington, VA

Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel, Key Bridge Marriott, Crystal Gateway Marriott, Crystal City Marriott at Reagan National Airport

ARLINGTON, VA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/04/14 -- Make summer vacation last longer with affordable "stay more and save" discounts at upscale Arlington and Old Towne Alexandria hotels. Eliminate spending precious vacation time traveling from place to place when there are plenty of fun things to do for the entire family in Northern Virginia.

Travelers can save on summertime fun in Northern Virginia by planning in advance and booking at any of four Marriott hotels offering savings of up to 20 percent off a three-night stay. Stay and play longer for even greater savings, as these prominent Arlington hotels near Washington, D.C. and popular Northern Virginia attractions are offering a 25 percent savings on a four-night stay when booked 10 days in advance.

Aside from monumental views, the Arlington/Alexandria area has everything from exhilarating theme and water parks for kids of all ages to the relaxed cobblestone streets of Alexandria's Old Town filled with antique galleries, boutique shopping, restaurants and historic sites. Adventure onto nearby biking and hiking trails that wind through parklands along the Four Mile Run stream before it dumps into the Potomac or take a day trip to the National Zoo or Smithsonian Air and Space Museum Recreation Area, all just a few minutes away. Nightlife can easily be defined with exceptional Arlington area dining, iconic theatres and a host of premier locations just across the bridge in Washington, D.C.

Planning an unforgettable summer vacation that explores the incredible culture, dining, shopping and entertainment of the nation's capital is sure to be a hit with the entire family and advance booking for these unbeatable rates can easily be done by visiting http://www.marriott.com/specials/mesOffer.mi?marrOfferId=865438&displayLink=true. The booking window for these rates began May 5 and will continue through Aug.17, 2014 for stays May 22 through Sept. 1, 2014. Participating hotels include the Crystal Gateway Marriott, Key Bridge Marriott, Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel and the Crystal City Marriott at Reagan National Airport, all offering luxury accommodations and full-service amenities.

About the Crystal Gateway Marriott
Located in Arlington, Virginia, the Crystal Gateway Marriott offers guests the ultimate in comfort and convenience. Its 615 guest rooms and 82 luxurious suites are equipped with ergonomic desks, HDTVs, technology panels and, for a fee, high-speed Internet. Two concierge levels enhance guests' visits with complimentary continental breakfast and all-day drinks, while a fitness center, whirlpool and indoor-outdoor connecting pools are available for those who like to stay active. When it's time to refuel, guests can enjoy a variety of options, including the relaxed Atrium restaurant for American fare and the Mediterranean-inspired Restaurant Mez. The hotel also has 27 meeting rooms with 35,377 square feet of stylish event space for corporate visitors. To learn more about the Crystal Gateway Marriott, call 866-725-1860. Friend us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/RenaissanceHotels or follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/RenHotels.

About the Key Bridge Marriott
Situated in the midst of Washington, D.C., Georgetown, Arlington and Old Town Alexandria, the Key Bridge Marriott caters to every type of traveler. The corporations and government agencies of Northern Virginia are just minutes away, and with 17,000 square feet of meeting space (including the top-floor Capital View Ballroom) equipped with e-tools like web pages and e-rooming lists, productivity is guaranteed. Two contemporary restaurants, an indoor pool, seasonal outdoor pool and newly-equipped fitness center create a relaxing atmosphere for guests of the property's 582 rooms. Accommodations include plug-in technology panels and luxury bedding, along with breathtaking views of D.C. and Georgetown. The shops and attractions of Georgetown beckon from across the picturesque bridge, while convenient Metro access puts historic and cultural treasures of the nation's capital just minutes away. Travelers interested in experiencing the convenience and culture of this premier hotel may call 1-888-737-0577 to learn more.

About the Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel
Whether travelers are looking for environmental sensitivity, modern technology or top-rated service, the Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel can accommodate them with its 300 guest rooms and suites that feature plush Revive bedding, organic Aveda bath products, 37-inch HDTVs; mini-refrigerators and plug-in technology panels. Sixteen high-tech meeting rooms occupy 17,307 square feet of meeting space, while the hotel's location just minutes from Boeing, Lockheed Martin, IBM, the Pentagon, PBS and the EPA make it a natural choice for business groups. A prime pick for foodies as well, the hotel's modern Italian eatery, SOCCi, incorporates local produce in the majority of its Old World fare, while Espressamente illy is its ideal café counterpart. Guests are welcomed by the hotel's inviting new lobby and have access to a well-equipped fitness center and heated indoor pool. Consistently ranked No. 1 for guest satisfaction among all full-service Marriott hotels in the Eastern region and conveniently positioned near Old Town Alexandria, Pentagon Row and the National Mall, the hotel is an exciting destination. Travelers interested in learning more about the conveniently-located hotel may call 1- 877-884-9304 to reserve their trip.

About the Crystal City Marriott at Reagan National Airport
Welcoming travelers with comfort and convenience, the Crystal City Marriott at Reagan National Airport provides guests with complimentary airport shuttle service, luxurious guest rooms and suites and a host of full-service amenities designed to ensure a remarkable hotel experience. Located near many popular restaurants and iconic theaters, the hotel is a TripAdvisor 2013 Certificate of Excellence Award Winner and features high-tech business amenities along with exceptional event facilities and services ideal for hosting successful business conferences and corporate meetings, elegant social gatherings and fun family reunions in Arlington.

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