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Enjoy a Romantic Escape With a Couples Getaway at a Somerset County Hotel

The Bridgewater Marriott Hotel Offers Exclusive Deal Including Romantic Treats

BRIDGEWATER, NJ -- (Marketwire) -- 01/25/13 -- There's much to be said for quality time with your significant other -- every couple needs time away from the stresses of daily life, and the Bridgewater Marriott hotel is happy to oblige with an exclusive offer just for couples!

Through September 1, 2013, guests can take advantage of this Somerset County hotel's exclusive Couples Getaway offer, with deluxe weekend accommodations starting at just $174 per night.* This romantic offer also includes Champagne delivered upon arrival, chocolate-dipped strawberries for two, and a full American Breakfast for two in the hotel restaurant. From the room to the treats, it's the perfect setting for a romantic escape.

To book this offer or any of this Somerville, NJ hotel's exclusive deals, guests are invited to visit http://www.marriott.com/hotels/hotel-deals/sosbw-bridgewater-marriott/. Guests should be sure that promotional code LVU appears in the Corporate/Promotional code box when making online reservations, or call 1-800-228-9290 in the US and ask for promotional code LVU.

Ideal for business and leisure travelers, and one of the most popular Bridgewater, NJ wedding venues, the Marriott hotel offers stylish accommodations, a wide array of amenities and impeccable Marriott hotel service. Among hotels near Somerville, NJ, only the Bridgewater Marriott has earned the prestigious ENERGY STAR® label from the Environmental Protection Agency.

This hotel offers an indoor pool and whirlpool, fitness center, well-appointed guest rooms and numerous getaway packages for you and your family to enjoy. Guests of this Bridgewater hotel have the option to enjoy superb cocktails at Martini's or delectable Tuscan cuisine at T'bones Steakhouse located on-site. This Bridgewater, NJ restaurant's offerings range from the decadent to the sublime.

State-of-the-art facilities, incomparable staff and culinary excellence distinguish the Bridgewater Marriott hotel as one of the premier Bridgewater, NJ wedding venues.

*Valid Friday - Saturday through 09/01/13. Limited number of rooms are available for this promotion. Tax is additional. Offer does not apply to groups of 10 or more rooms. Offer cannot be combined with any other promotions. Blackout dates may apply. Advance reservations required. Other restrictions apply. Rates are per room, per night and based on availability at the time of reservations.

About the Bridgewater Marriott Hotel

A true standout among hotels near Somerville, NJ, the Bridgewater Marriott hotel has recently completed a $3.3M rooms renovation with 42" HDTVs. It's also ideally located across from the Bridgewater Commons Mall off I-287. This hotel is conveniently located in Somerset County providing an ideal Central New Jersey wedding facility and meeting space. The hotel features 344 rooms and three suites on 8 floors, and 16 meeting rooms with over 11,000 sq. ft. of total meeting space, allowing this Bridgewater hotel to host events of any size.

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Bridgewater Marriott
700 Commons Way
Bridgewater, New Jersey 08807 USA
1-908-927-9300
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/sosbw-bridgewater-marriott/

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