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Escape the Doldrums of Cabin Fever With Affordable Arlington, Virginia Hotel Package

Save on D.C. Winter Getaways With Crystal City Marriott at Reagan National Airport Deal

ARLINGTON, VA -- (Marketwired) -- 01/07/14 -- Escape the doldrums of cabin fever by creating an affordable winter getaway that includes a host of fun things to do in the Washington, D.C. area with a discounted hotel package in Arlington, VA.

Conveniently situated to provide travelers with easy access to the District of Columbia and its many attractions, the Crystal City Marriott at Reagan National Airport is offering rates as low as $66* with its "Winter Getaway" package making it easier than ever to design an escape that is not only fun, but budget-friendly as well.

Valid only through Jan. 15, 2014, this Arlington, Virginia hotel deal is perfect for creating family time, a relaxed shopping adventure or a couple's getaway. Whether experiencing northern Virginia with outdoor ice skating at the National Gallery of Art Garden Ice Rink, cashing in Christmas gift cards at the popular Fashion Centre at Pentagon City Mall or soaking up the history found inside D.C.'s free and fascinating Smithsonian Museums, there's something for everyone just minutes from the impressive accommodations of the Crystal City Marriott at Reagan National Airport.

A distinctive choice among hotels near the Crystal City metro station, this Marriott puts guests just a few steps away from all the area has to offer and with rates starting at just $66* there's plenty of opportunity to design a getaway that won't break the family budget. And, as an added bonus those staying three or more nights can receive a discount of up to 33% off the entire stay.

When not touring the area, guests can take advantage of features found inside this family-friendly hotel near Crystal City. On-site dining at the BELL20 Restaurant and Tavern includes popular American favorites along with signature menu items for breakfast, lunch and dinner; and the hotel features a beautiful indoor pool (always staffed with a lifeguard on duty), a relaxing whirlpool and a well-equipped fitness center.

Booking this "Winter Getaway" can be completed online by using promotional code W21 at http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/wascc-crystal-city-marriott-at-reagan-national-airport/ or by calling 1-888-557-5094 and referencing the code.

*Rates are per room per night and valid seven days a week through 1/15/14 based on availability at the time of reservation. Offer may not be used for groups of 10 or more rooms or combined with any other discount or promotion. Please visit hotel website for additional terms and conditions.

About the Crystal City Marriott at Reagan National Airport

Welcoming travelers with comfort and convenience, the Crystal City Marriott at Reagan National Airport provides guests with complimentary airport shuttle service, luxurious guest rooms and suites and a host of full-service amenities designed to ensure a remarkable hotel experience. Located near many popular restaurants and iconic theaters, the hotel is a TripAdvisor 2013 Certificate of Excellence Award Winner and features high-tech business amenities along with exceptional event facilities and services ideal for hosting successful business conferences and corporate meetings, elegant social gatherings and fun family reunions in Arlington.

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Crystal City Marriott at Reagan National Airport
1999 Jefferson Davis Highway
Arlington, Virginia 22202 USA
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/wascc-crystal-city-marriott-at-reagan-national-airport/
1-703-413-5500

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