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Hotel in Langhorne PA Is the Ideal Place to Celebrate the New Year With Family

Ring In 2014 at the Courtyard Philadelphia Langhorne

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 12/18/13 -- Ten...nine...eight... There's nothing more exciting than counting down to the New Year -- and it's even better when it's celebrated with family. Ring in 2014 at the family-friendly Courtyard Philadelphia Langhorne, a hotel near Sesame Place in Langhorne PA.

The Courtyard Philadelphia Langhorne is hosting a family-friendly New Year's Eve Extravaganza. Kids will love making arts and crafts in the hotel's meeting room and watching movies in the lobby while snacking on popcorn all day long. The hotel near Trenton NJ will also give each child a gift upon check in.

The hotel is offering a special rate of $99 (plus tax) per night during this week.

Located just a quarter mile from Sesame Place theme park -- the inspiration for Sesame Street -- the hotel in Bucks County Pennsylvania is the perfect place for families to celebrate the New Year. The Courtyard Philadelphia Langhorne offers complimentary shuttle service to Sesame Place and sells tickets to the park and its many events, including "A Very Furry Christmas," a special event filled with Christmas shows, holiday-themed menus, rides and more.

Ideally situated between Trenton and Philadelphia, the Courtyard Philadelphia Langhorne makes for a great weekend getaway near Philadelphia.

About the Courtyard Philadelphia Langhorne
Ideally located in Langhorne, PA, between Trenton and the greater Philadelphia area, the Courtyard Philadelphia Langhorne is a comfortable and welcoming newly-renovated hotel just minutes from famed Sesame Place theme park. This AAA three-diamond hotel offers complimentary high-speed wireless Internet access throughout the rooms and public areas, a sundry/convenience store, laundry service, and complimentary on-site parking. Business travelers will appreciate the 24-hour business center. The new state-of-the-art lobby features free Wi-Fi, a flexible space that lets guests work or relax, and a GoBoard featuring the latest news, weather and airport conditions. The spacious guest rooms are outfitted with comfortable beds, marble bathrooms, large work desks, LCD TVs, complimentary high-speed wireless Internet access, coffee/tea service, and a mini-fridge. Families will appreciate the rooms with two queen beds while couples can opt for a large king-sized room. Guests can enjoy a sumptuous breakfast buffet at The Bistro, which offers healthy choices and a variety of specialty beverages made with Starbucks coffee, or unwind with cocktails and dinner at the same restaurant in the evenings. Fitness-focused guests can work out in the fitness center or swim laps in the indoor pool. With 3 meeting rooms and a total of 1,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, the hotel is also the venue of choice for meetings and events in Langhorne, PA. Conveniently located just minutes from Sesame Place theme park, the hotel makes it easy for guests to visit the park with its complimentary shuttle service. The Courtyard Philadelphia Langhorne offers the ideal family-friendly getaway near Sesame Place.

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