|By Marketwired .||
|December 23, 2012 08:00 AM EST||
PARK RIDGE, NJ -- (Marketwire) -- 12/23/12 -- Champagne and room service combined with a meticulous urban setting easily set the stage for a romantic escape at one of the premier hotels in north New Jersey has designed an affordable weekend package perfect for spending time with that special someone.
Adding stunning hotel accommodations to complimentary amenities, the secluded Park Ridge Marriott has designed a Couple's Getaway that greets guests with a bottle of champagne upon arrival and then treats them to breakfast in the morning with the option of choosing room service or dining in the Woodcliff Lake hotel's on-site restaurant. Allowing couples the opportunity to spend their time their way, this fun deal is perfect for leaving behind the stresses of everyday life and enjoying each other.
An exciting choice among Bergen County hotel packages, this Couple's Getaway pampers guests with spacious rooms featuring elegant décor, comfortable furnishings and the Marriott's own Revive bedding packages that include 300 thread count linens over luxurious feather-topped mattresses. After a relaxing evening, guests taking advantage of this exciting escape will be treated to a hearty breakfast at Allie's American Grille, a tantalizing restaurant in Bergen County, NJ offering an expansive buffet and a la carte options for a great start to any day. The hotel is also home to Sean O'Casey's Irish Pub for a classic offering of grilled lunch and dinner options in a vibrant Irish atmosphere.
Rates for the Couple's Getaway start as low as $139* and booking can easily be done online by clicking "check rates and availability" at http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/ewrpr-park-ridge-marriott/ and using promotional code ROM. Phone reservations may be made by calling 1-800-228-9290 and referencing the code.
Additional on-site amenities include a bright and spacious indoor pool neatly designed with a surrounding deck featuring a warm and relaxing whirlpool, lounge chairs and lots of greenery. Encased in windows and connected to an equally meticulous outdoor pool, this aquatic area allows guests to enjoy the best of both worlds and the serene splendor of the surrounding landscape. A well-equipped fitness center is available for daily workouts and rejuvenating spa services are available by appointment at The Botanical Spa & Salon.
*Rates are per room per night and valid Thursday - Sunday through 8/30/13 based on availability at the time of reservation. Offer not valid for groups of 10 or more rooms and may not be combined with any other discount or promotion. Advance reservation required. Please visit hotel website for additional terms and conditions.
About the Park Ridge Marriott
Truly an urban oasis of tranquility, the Park Ridge Marriott welcomes New Jersey travelers with gracious accommodations, unparalleled services and an abundance of natural beauty. Featuring 289 newly renovated guest rooms and 18,000 square feet of high-tech event space, this distinctive lodging is ideal for both business and leisure travel and provides event planners with endless opportunities for creating inspirational corporate meetings, professional trade events, business conferences and elegant social gatherings.
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Park Ridge Marriott
300 Brae Boulevard
Park Ridge, New Jersey 07656 USA
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