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Rekindle Romance With a Pleasurable Stay at the Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel

Edison, New Jersey Hotel's Romance Package Combines Comfort and Convenience for Valentine's Day

ISELIN, NJ -- (Marketwire) -- 02/01/13 -- Even in the midst of the coldest winter, one date always heats things up for those in love -- February 14. St. Valentine's Day is a celebration of love and romance, and the Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel is pleased to join the merriment with an exclusive, exciting offer for couples planning a romantic getaway near Edison, New Jersey.

Offered through February 16, the Romance Package gives guests all they need to kick-start their ardor or rekindle a flame in recently renovated guest rooms, complemented by renowned Renaissance service and amenities. With the Romance Package, guests can awaken their senses with complimentary treats and tasty cocktails from the popular OLIO Restaurant, a delightful breakfast for two, and deluxe accommodations with late check out. For guests staying at the hotel on Friday, February 15, the Renaissance will be featuring a live DJ spinning a romantic playlist in OLIO Lounge to set the mood.

Package pricing starts at $159.00 per night,* for guests who book one night between January 29 - February 14 for stays February 13 - 16, 2013. Guests should be sure that promotional code RHO appears in the Corporate/Promotional code box when making online reservations at http://www.marriott.com/hotels/hotel-deals/ewrwd-renaissance-woodbridge-hotel/, or call 800-HOTELS.1 in the US and ask for promotional code RHO.

The Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel features their award-winning, on-site OLIO Restaurant. OLIO provides a stunning setting featuring unique twists on favorite dishes as well as chic, colorful accents, inlaid mesquite log floors and hand-blown glass chandeliers.

The recently renovated guest rooms provide a perfect setting for romance. Each room offers Marriott's Plug-In Room Panels and 37-inch LCD HDTVs, giving guests simultaneous connectivity to laptops for streaming movies, iPods for their most romantic playlists, and DVD players for their favorite movies. The Renaissance also offers treats for the physical heart, from a fitness center featuring cardio equipment, free weights, treadmills, elliptical cross trainers and lifecycles, to both indoor and outdoor pools.

However, for guests who want to explore all that Iselin and Woodbridge have to offer, the Renaissance invites them to let the hotel's on-site Navigators point them to the most romantic undiscovered spots in town. Conveniently located near tourist attractions, the Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel's accommodations provide a sophisticated retreat for business and leisure travelers alike.

The hotel even offers a very popular Woodbridge banquet facility with over 25,000 sq. ft. of flexible event space serviced by a highly experienced staff. In fact, among Central NJ wedding venues, the Renaissance offers one of the best locations with nearby shops, restaurants and much more.

*Minimum one-night stay required, booked between January 29 - February 14, for stays February 13 - 16, 2013. Rate is per room, per night. Taxes, resort fees, and incidental charges are additional. Rates may not apply to groups of 10 or more rooms and cannot be combined with any other offer or discount. Additional restrictions may apply.

About the Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel
A distinctive choice among local event venues, Central New Jersey's Renaissance features 311 recently renovated guestrooms, including 42 suites and a complete upgrade to over 25,000 sq. ft. of flexible meeting space. Perfect for a weekend getaway or a corporate meeting, this hotel in Edison, NJ, is located at the crossroads of Rt. 1 & 9 - just 15 minutes south of Newark Liberty Int'l Airport (EWR) and less than 1 mile from Metropark Train Station. At the Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel, guests will find a place where simple delights become memorable moments.

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