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Miami Airport Hotels Offer Great Location & Package Deals for Winter 2013 Travel

Three Unique Marriott Properties Located on One Campus Near Airport & Downtown Miami Provide Ultimate Service and Convenience for Great Rates

MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwire) -- 01/04/13 -- This winter, Miami is calling. Enjoy the warm sun, the sandy beaches, fantastic night life, Floribbean cuisine, inspiring museums and diverse culture of America's Magic City. Choosy travelers expect great accommodations combined with first-rate amenities and superb location, and there's no better spot to explore Miami than from the Miami Airport Marriott hotel, located just one mile from the international airport.

The Miami Airport Marriott, as well as the Residence Inn Miami Airport and the Courtyard Miami Airport, are offering great hotel specials, Miami-style. These three unique properties are located on one campus close to the airport and less than 10 miles from downtown Miami by car or via the new Orange Line Metrorail.

Guests taking advantage of the hotels' "Miami Park Here, Fly There" package enjoy accommodations and parking convenience. The package includes overnight accommodations, complimentary parking for up to 8 days and seven nights, and complimentary airport shuttle. Rates start at $179 and the offer is valid through April 30, 2013. Learn more or book accommodations by visiting the hotel website here.

The Residence Inn Miami Airport hotel and Courtyard Miami Airport hotel are also offering a Park Here, Fly There package. There, it also includes overnight accommodations, high-speed Internet, complimentary parking, and complimentary shuttle. The Residence Inn also includes breakfast. Rates start at $189 and the offer is also valid through April 30, 2013.

Among hotels near Miami Airport, the Miami Airport Marriott hotel features renovated guest rooms, luxurious bedding and convenient plug-in technology. Enjoy ample room to work with high-speed wired or wireless Internet and additional connectivity. The hotel offers a complimentary shuttle to and from the Miami International Airport. Cane Fire Grille, a Miami airport restaurant, features a contemporary and casual eatery and lounge, perfect for meeting clients, friends or colleagues after a long day of work. Relax and unwind at our outdoor pool. Work out in the new fitness center and enjoy a Starbucks tea, coffee, or snack after a day at the beach or sightseeing.

When making an online reservation for Park Here Fly There package at Miami Airport Marriott, Residence Inn Miami Airport, and Courtyard Miami Airport, please be sure that promotional code PKF appears in the Corporate/Promotional code box, or call 1-800-834-7015 in the US and ask for promotional code PKF. Please see hotels' websites for terms and conditions.

About the Miami Airport Marriott Hotel
Rediscover the deluxe Miami Airport Marriott hotel, where you can mix work and relaxation with ease in the revitalized lobby. Indulge in flavorful cuisine at Cane Fire Grille, our all-new restaurant and lounge, located one mile south of Miami International Airport. For business travelers or those hosting an event, rely on our versatile meeting facilities to impress your group and enhance your celebration. With 12,500 square feet of flexible event space, our Marriott airport hotel in Miami can comfortably accommodate up to 500 guests and is distinct among airport hotels in Miami. Explore a full range of exciting attractions within minutes of the front door of our hotel in Miami, including downtown Miami, South Beach, University of Miami, Miami Beach Convention Center, Coral Gables and countless golf courses. Discover the many ways our Miami Airport Marriott hotel caters to your needs, whether in town for business or pleasure, or even looking for a Miami cruise hotel package.

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Miami Airport Marriott
1201 NW Le Jeune Road, Building A
Miami, Florida 33126 USA
Phone: 1-305-649-5000
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/miaap-miami-airport-marriott/

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