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Hockey Fans Won't Miss a Game With Montreal Hotel Specials

Two Pointe-Claire Hotels Offer Weekend Savings With Advanced Bookings

MONTREAL -- (Marketwire) -- 12/16/12 -- True sports fans never miss a game -- and they always know where their team is headed next. Whether you cheer on the Montreal Canadiens or a visiting team, you'll get a great deal on accommodations near the Bell Centre when you book in advance with these two St. Laurent, Montreal hotels.

The Courtyard Montreal Airport and the Residence Inn Montreal Airport, neighboring Trudeau Airport hotels, are both offering great deals for game days -- and days in between -- when you book your weekend stay up to 14 days in advance.

At the Courtyard Montreal Airport, it's not just Montreal Marriott Rewards® members who get the savings. With this special promotion, everyone can enjoy rates as low as $99. Just book your weekend stay 14 days ahead, and get 35% off this West Island hotel.

To learn more about the Courtyard Montreal Airport, visit the hotel website at www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/yulap-courtyard-montreal-airport/, where you can book rooms, plan your stay with an in-depth destination guide and browse photos of this hotel near Montreal Airport.

If you're planning on staying a bit longer or just need more space, the neighboring Residence Inn Montreal Airport, a Montreal extended-stay hotel, is also offering special rates for sports fans headed to the Ville Saint-Laurent area. When you book your weekend stay up to 14 days in advance, enjoy rates as low as $119 a night, a discount of up to 25% off.

To learn more about the Residence Inn Montreal Airport, visit the hotel website at www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/yulra-residence-inn-montreal-airport/, where you can discover the amenities available at this Dorval hotel including an indoor pool and whirlpool and 24-hour fitness center.

No matter which of these Montreal Airport hotels with shuttle you choose, you'll get a great deal on a comfortable stay just minutes from the rink.

About the Courtyard Montreal Airport
The Courtyard Montreal Airport offers the best of both worlds, from business to pleasure. Offering easy access to the island's shopping, entertainment and dining, this Ville Saint-Laurent business district hotel features amenities to make your stay both productive and enjoyable. For the working guest, accommodations offer a large desk with ergonomic chair, complimentary Internet access and coffee/tea service for late nights. For the vacationing traveler, guestrooms offer room service, a flat-screen cable TV with pay-per-view movies and a mini-fridge for quick snacks. Located between downtown Montreal and the Montreal-Trudeau International Airport, this hotel shares amenities with its sister hotel, the Marriott Residence Inn Montreal Airport, and also offers plenty of its own. Shared facilities include YUL Bar & Lounge, serving cocktails and tapas in a casual environment with flat-screen TVs and plush seating, and Orville Restaurant, a stylish venue serving fresh, seasonal dishes. Amenities exclusive to this University of Montreal hotel include a fitness center, pool and whirlpool. With a location near top pharmaceutical and aerospace companies and complimentary airport shuttle service and parking, this Montreal hotel is a top choice for business travelers and offers more than 5,600 sq. ft. of event space.

About the Residence Inn Montreal Airport
At the Residence Inn Montreal Airport, an extended stay doesn't mean you have to miss out on the hotel amenities you love. Guests of this Montreal-Trudeau Airport hotel have access to a number of amenities including a 24-hour fitness center, indoor pool and whirlpool. Whether you're here for work or with the family, complimentary amenities make things easier on your schedule and your wallet. Enjoy a free hot breakfast buffet, evening cocktail hour, overnight parking, airport shuttle and property-wide high-speed wireless Internet access. Suites are spacious and elegant, combining the comfort you crave and the functionality you require. Spread out in dedicated living areas and a fully equipped kitchen with microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher, cookware and tableware. To put your kitchen to work, use this hotel's grocery shopping service, or leave the cooking to someone else and order room service. This hotel is an easy walk to area dining, shopping and entertainment, and is near top companies such as Bombardier, Ericsson, CAE and Abbott. It also shares two dining venues, YUL Bar & Lounge and Orville Restaurant, with its sister hotel, the Courtyard Montreal Airport.

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Courtyard Montreal Airport
7000 Place Robert-Joncas, Montreal, Quebec H4M 2Z5 Canada
1-514-339-5333
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/yulap-courtyard-montreal-airport/

Residence Inn Montreal Airport
6500 Place Robert-Joncas Montreal, Quebec H4M 2Z5 Canada
1-514-336-9333
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/yulra-residence-inn-montreal-airport/

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