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Bethesda, MD Lodging Offers One of the Largest Rooms in Montgomery County

Accommodations at Bethesda Marriott Suites Feature Living Room and King-Size Bed

BETHESDA, MD -- (Marketwired) -- 11/21/13 -- Staying in a hotel doesn't mean having to scrounge on space. At Bethesda Marriott Suites, visitors will find Bethesda, MD lodging that's stylish and comfortable -- and the largest in the county.

This all-suite North Bethesda hotel offers a convenient stay for business travelers who want dedicated areas for working and living, and visitors who need room for all the guests in their party to sleep comfortably. Each suite's living area features a sleeper sofa, flat-screen TV and wet bar with minifridge and coffee/tea maker.

The living room leads into the bedroom, separated by French doors and featuring a king-size bed topped with down comforter, fluffy pillows and sheets that feel silky to the touch. Suite bedrooms at this Rockville, Maryland hotel feature an additional flat-screen TV so everyone can watch what they want when they want.

With a location convenient to major transportation and corporations, the hotel is a popular choice with business travelers, and suites speak to their needs, too. A large desk with ergonomic chair and multiple outlets allows guests to power up and hunker down to meet deadlines, and Wi-Fi is available both in-room and in the Greatroom lobby (the latter offers the service for free). The generous space extends to suite bathrooms, featuring ample closet and counter space and a full-length mirror.

The Bethesda Marriott Suites goes beyond its all-suite accommodations to offer guests services and amenities to make their stay as comfortable and convenient as possible. Take advantage of the hotel's Stay for Breakfast package where two adults and two children under 12 years of age can stay in comfortable accommodations and then enjoy a family breakfast before heading out on the town. A complimentary shuttle goes to the Metro, area businesses and mall, and a pool and fitness center offer a wellness escape for those who want to keep up with their at-home routine. And here, dining out doesn't have to mean overdoing it; Democracy Grille offers healthy choices for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

About the Bethesda Marriott Suites
Located just 30 minutes from downtown Washington, DC, the Bethesda Marriott Suites offers guests the calm and quiet they crave and the close proximity they need. Featuring all-suite accommodations, this extended-stay Bethesda hotel near NIH features the brand's first Greatroom lobby concept with flexible seating areas, a 5.10.20 dining menu for those on the go and complimentary Wi-Fi. Those with time to linger can enjoy a meal of American classics at Democracy Grille, offering a communal table with outlets for those who want to work and eat or meet. Spacious suites feature a separate living room, bedroom with king-size bed and cozy linens, bathroom with plenty of counter space, desk, high-speed Internet access, flat-screen TV and coffee/tea maker. Business travelers are close to major companies including NIH, FDA and Suburban Hospital, and DC Metro, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, Washington Dulles International Airport and BWI are all nearby. A convenient location and 5,000 square feet of event space make this a top pick for meeting and events. Spend a little downtime at the fitness center and indoor pool, or catch the free shuttle to Westfield Montgomery Mall.

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6711 Democracy Boulevard
Bethesda, Maryland 20817
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