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Dallas Fort Worth Airport Hotel Offers Rewards Points for Meeting Planners in December

Get a Holiday Gift of Bonus Points When Planning a North Arlington, TX Business Meeting

IRVING, TX -- (Marketwire) -- 10/13/12 -- Las Colinas, Texas event venue offers holiday bonus points for meeting planners. Just book a meeting or at least 10 sleeping rooms before December 21, 2012, and earn double meeting rewards points. The Courtyard Dallas DFW Airport South/Irving is just two miles from the airport and offers an ideal location among hotels near Cowboys Stadium.

Meeting planners have a great selection of rooms at the Courtyard as they plan and look for event venues near Arlington, Texas. The hotel's space features six event rooms with a total of 1700 sq ft and four breakout rooms and offers impeccable catering for any type of event. The largest room, Trinity B, offers 950 sq ft and accommodates up 100 guests. Whatever type of event, the hotel offers a variety of amenities and services, such as catering, audio-visual packages, wireless Internet, and spacious guest rooms with luxurious bedding for out-of-town guests.

When choosing Irving Texas hotels, meeting planners will also find the Courtyard an ideal choice for accommodations. Our inviting lobby and friendly staff await guests' arrivals. The lobby sitting area is the ideal place to relax or stay connected while using wireless Internet. Its redesigned lobby also features The Bistro, which is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Spacious rooms feature open areas to work and unwind with a well-lit desk and complimentary wireless Internet. King suites are also available with spacious layouts, flexible spaces, and separate seating areas. The fitness center offers cardiovascular equipment, free weights and flat-screen TVs. There are plenty of outdoor areas to relax and unwind before or after events. And the outdoor pool and courtyard area are ideal for catching up with family and friends.

About the Courtyard Dallas DFW Airport South/Irving Hotel
Discover the state-of-the-art lobby at Courtyard Dallas DFW Airport South/Irving. Among Dallas Forth Worth Airport hotels, it features flexible spaces to work or relax. The highlight of the lobby experience is The Bistro, providing guests with healthy food and beverage offerings in the morning, and dinner service with cocktails in the evening. The hotel has new GoBoard Technology in the new lobby as well. Fresh from a multi-million dollar renovation, our rooms are equipped with HD plasma TVs for the highest television experience. Relax and stay fit in our outdoor pool or fitness center, then unwind around the outdoor fire pit. The Courtyard Dallas DFW Airport South/Irving also has a 24-hour business center, boarding pass printing service and flight board with terminal and times for your convenience. Plus, they provide complimentary 24-hour on-demand hotel transportation to and from the DFW Airport and within five miles of the hotel.

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2280 Valley View Lane, Irving, TX 75062
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