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Ring in 2014 With Stress-Free Shuttle Service From Downtown Orlando Hotel

Courtyard Orlando Downtown Offers Guests Champagne Toast, Shuttle Service

ORLANDO, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 12/27/13 -- Ringing in the New Year at the Courtyard Orlando Downtown means picking and choosing from countless events, parties, and dining options in Florida. The New Year is a time where special ticketed events, downtown block parties and theme park celebrations provide fun events for revelers of all ages.

Joining in the festivities with spacious guest rooms and relaxing hotel suites, the Courtyard Orlando Downtown hotel will be offering shuttle service to downtown events so guests can enjoy a stress-free evening of fun. And, for those looking for a quiet night in, the hotel is also offering guests a complimentary champagne toast at Midnight from its popular hotel restaurant, The Bistro.

The stylish hotel's location in downtown Orlando puts New Year's Eve party-goers in a great location for enjoying the expansive offering of events in and around the downtown area including:

  • Downtown Orlando's ultimate block party at Wall St. Plaza where one ticket price includes access to nine venues on two city streets, just half a mile from the hotel.
  • The Universal City Walk celebration with non-stop dancing and entertainment featuring Smash Mouth and Big Bad Voodoo Daddy.
  • ICEBAR Orlando, where admission is limited to those 21 and older with ticketing options that include bar specials, midnight dessert and a champagne toast.
  • Fireworks and musical celebration at SeaWorld's Rocking New Year's Eve and other popular theme park events are within easy reach from the Courtyard's hotel near SeaWorld Orlando.
  • Michael Ray with Jill's Cashbox New Year's Eve 2014 concert at the House of Blues.
  • Other events are planned at popular venues across the city, including the Ballroom at Church Street, Citrus Club, Cuba Libre and more.

Central Florida Tours will be running the shuttle from the Courtyard to downtown events based on availability and at a cost of $10. Looking forward to a great 2014 with added guest services, the hotel management is excited and pleased to announce the offering of dedicated shuttle service and faster Wi-Fi for the coming year.

Booking New Year's Eve accommodations at the Courtyard Orlando Downtown may be done by visiting the hotel website or by calling 1-407-996-1000 for reservations.

Additional information on these and other New Year's Eve events in Orlando may be found at http://orlando.about.com/od/newyearseve/qt/nyeadult.htm.

About the Courtyard Orlando Downtown

A convenient destination for Orlando travelers, the distinctive Courtyard Orlando Downtown sets the standard of value for downtown hotels, welcoming guests with award winning service, stylish accommodations and amenities designed to provide travelers with a remarkable hotel stay whether visiting the city for business or leisure. Centrally located for easy access to many of the area's top attractions and business destinations, guests may enjoy on-site breakfast, lunch and dinner choices at The Bistro, along with an evening bar and specialty beverages made with Starbucks coffee favorites. A heated outdoor pool and fitness center equipped with free weights and cardiovascular equipment are also available for the convenience of guests.

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Courtyard Orlando Downtown
730 North Magnolia Avenue
Orlando, Florida 32803 USA
1-407-996-1000
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/mcoma-courtyard-orlando-downtown/

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