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Escape to The Ritz-Carlton, Marina Del Rey With Exclusive Summer Vacation Package

Take Advantage of the Beautiful Southern California Sun This Summer With a Complimentary Night

MARINA DEL REY, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 07/17/12 -- Combining sun and sea, relaxation and high style, Marina del Rey is a popular destination for escaping the stresses of life. Until September 9, 2012, The Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey hotel is pleased to offer guests an extra night as part of its Summer Exclusive Package.

The vacation package gives guests a complimentary fourth night for every three-night stay in one of the luxury hotel's well-appointed guest rooms, where guests can experience stylish, waterfront accommodations with coastal breezes and marina views. The hotel package also includes complimentary valet parking, all starting at $439 (USD) per night*. Reservations can be made at http://www.ritzcarlton.com/en/Properties/MarinadelRey/Reservations/Packages/Detail/summer_exclusive_pkg.htm, or by contacting the property directly at (310) 823-1700 and inquiring about the Summer Exclusive Package. This limited-time offer is just one of the property's numerous Santa Monica hotel packages.

Guests can enjoy the warmth of the waterfront in sun-drenched Southern California at The Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey. This luxury hotel near Santa Monica lies close to Venice Beach and Malibu, allowing visitors easy access to the area's numerous desirable attractions and opportunities.

This luxury hotel offers 304 guestrooms and suites with private balconies featuring marina and city skyline views, exclusive key-access-only Ritz-Carlton Club level rooms, Los Angeles' only waterfront pool and whirlpool, a contemporary lobby lounge, a state-of-the-art fitness center including treadmills, elliptical machines and stationary bikes, more than 30,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor function space, and pet friendly accommodations.

In addition, all rooms at this luxurious hotel near Santa Monica feature: wireless internet access, two-line speaker phones with private voice mail, twice daily housekeeping service including nightly second service, fully stocked honor bar with refrigerator, plush terry bathrobes and slippers, umbrellas, full-size ironing board and iron.

As one of the premier Beverly Hills luxury hotels, The Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey is located less than five miles from Los Angeles International Airport and is surrounded by fine dining, upscale shopping and an array of recreational and entertainment options.

Combining guestroom comfort, unmatched amenities, business guest convenience and world-class dining experiences, The Ritz-Carlton consistently offers uniquely enjoyable experiences with every stay.

*Summer Vacation Offer valid for the following 2012 dates: July 5, 2012 - September 9, 2012, subject to availability. Rates are valid per room/per night, based on single or double occupancy, exclusive of taxes, gratuities, fees and other charges; do not apply to groups; and cannot be combined with any other offer and are not applicable for Rewards redemption. Advance reservations are required. Complimentary night will be credited at time of check-out and must be consecutive. No refund or credit for unused portion. Void where prohibited. Credit is applied per stay, has no cash value, and is not valid on room rate, alcohol, or third party services.

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