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Seniors Enjoy Special Savings at Courtyard by Marriott Boston Cambridge

Guests 62 and Older Can Save 15%, Seven Days a Week

BOSTON, MA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/09/12 -- Just as wisdom and experience come with age, so do exclusive savings for guests of the Courtyard by Marriott Boston Cambridge. The property is pleased to announce the 15%, seven-day-a-week discount for all guests age 62 and older. This can make upcoming holiday travel to Boston & Cambridge both convenient and less costly.

Available to senior guests at every Marriott worldwide, the discount makes Marriott properties an easy choice for guests 62 and older. To book these special savings, guests simply call 1-888-236-2427 (toll-free) in the USA and Canada, and be sure to use code S9R. There are no restrictions or expiration on the Marriott Senior Discount, but it is based on availability at the property. To book any Cambridge, MA hotel packages, guests are invited to visit

Newly renovated, this popular choice among hotels in Cambridge, MA offers amenities that include spacious rooms with free wireless Internet, luxurious bedding, 32-inch flat-panel TVs, coffee makers and spectacular river or city views.

Conveniently located among Fenway Park Boston hotels, Courtyard boasts quick access to the city's top dining and attractions. Guests of all ages can discover this hotel in Cambridge, MA's fabulous amenities, including views of the Boston skyline, an indoor pool and a fitness center.

For those with a gourmet palate, the hotel's superb on-site dining includes the Great Room and the newly opened Bisuteki Tokyo Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar.

This Boston Cambridge hotel's ideal location near Harvard is also close to MIT, Boston University, world-renowned hospitals and some of the best restaurants in Cambridge, MA. Getting around is easy with this hotel near MIT's shuttle to these area locations and the subway.

For exclusive savings, comfort and convenience for business or leisure, the Courtyard Boston fits the bill.

About the Courtyard Boston Cambridge

Located on the banks of the Charles River, the Courtyard Boston Cambridge offers amazing views of the river, Cambridge and the Boston skyline. Popular among business hotels in Cambridge, MA, the Courtyard is just five miles from Logan International Airport and minutes from downtown Boston. While staying at this Cambridge, Massachusetts hotel, guests can enjoy numerous options such as an indoor pool with observation deck, fitness center, 24-hour market and a restaurant serving breakfast in the morning and cocktails in the evening. The hotel features 6 suites and 197 rooms on 16 floors. For meetings and social events, the hotel's nearly 5,000 sq. ft. of space accommodates 300 guests for memorable moments.

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