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Hotel Near Beltsville, MD Bolsters Terrapin Fever With Budget-Friendly Packages

Enjoy the Game, Stay for Breakfast at Nearby Greenbelt Marriott

GREENBELT, MD -- (Marketwired) -- 12/26/13 -- University of Maryland basketball is underway and Terrapin fans are diligently making their way to the Comcast Center to revel with the Terps in their final season with the Atlantic Coast Conference and nourish the hopes of following their men's soccer counterparts for an outgoing league championship.

Destined to become part of the Big 10 Conference in the 2014-2015 season, the Terrapins are off to a strong start on the hardwoods setting a winning pace in both league and non-league action before large crowds of dedicated fans who not only fill the seats at Comcast Center, but ignite Greenbelt, Maryland hotels, restaurants and shopping districts with their enthusiasm.

Making it easy for fans to get caught up in the excitement of the season, a premier University of Maryland hotel features exceptional accommodations and budget-friendly packages that fuel Terrapin Pride with fun and affordability. Located less than 10 minutes away from College Park and Comcast Center, the Greenbelt Marriott also offers easy access to many of the area's most popular attractions and, with its "Stay for Breakfast" package, fans can enjoy exciting basketball action, the comfort of deluxe hotel accommodations and free breakfast the next morning.

The hotel's convenient location near UMD makes it a popular choice for anyone attending athletic, academic or social events on campus or in the surrounding area. Neatly nestled just off the Capital Beltway, the distinctive hotel near Beltsville, MD also provides guests a straight route to Washington, D.C. and Baltimore as well as easy access to the D.C. Metro, Baltimore / Washington International Airport and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.

Well-appointed guest rooms are furnished to pamper guests with luxury bedding ensembles, marble bathrooms, bath robe, mini-refrigerator and comfortable work areas so travelers have everything needed for a relaxed and productive hotel experience.

With rates starting as low as $129*, booking the "Stay for Breakfast" package is easy by simply visiting the hotel's website at http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/wasgb-greenbelt-marriott/, clicking on "Check Room Rates and Availability" and using promotional code S4B or by calling 1-800-228-9290 and referencing the code.

*Rates are per room per night and valid Thursday-Saturday based on availability at the time of reservation. Offer does not apply to groups of 10 or more rooms and may not be combined with any other discount or promotion. Please visit hotel website for additional terms and conditions.

About the Greenbelt Marriott
The Greenbelt Marriott welcomes guests with spacious accommodations, attentive service and a variety of full-service amenities so they can make the most of their travel time. The hotel's bright and spacious lobby is ideal for meeting up with colleagues, enjoying a favorite Starbucks drink or taking advantage of complimentary Wi-Fi to catch up on email. Along with the lobby's Starbucks Coffee House, the Silver Moon Café and M Blue Bar & Lounge offer all-day dining options and guests have access to the hotel's indoor and outdoor (seasonal) pools, whirlpool and well-equipped fitness center. Complimentary shuttle service to the Metro and local businesses is also provided.

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Greenbelt Marriott
6400 Ivy Lane
Greenbelt, Maryland 20770 USA
1-301-441-3700
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/wasgb-greenbelt-marriott/

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