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Hollywood Beach Marriott Offers Multiple Deals To Experience Florida's Best Boardwalk

Hollywood Beach hotel offers deluxe accommodations near the Hollywood Beach Broadwalk, voted as a top destination by USA Today readers

HOLLYWOOD BEACH, Fla., Jan. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Watch out, world! There's a new Hollywood star in town – and it's not in the Golden State.

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Readers of USA Today, one of the country's leading newspapers, have recently thrown the Hollywood Beach Broadwalk into the national spotlight by naming it as the Best Boardwalk in Florida. For travelers who haven't had the chance to check out the 2.5 miles of paved paths with eco-friendly lights and 7 miles of beach, the Hollywood Beach Marriott is providing an ideal opportunity by offering several hotel deals that will enhance the experience.

The Stay for Breakfast Package: Whether spending quality family time together or simply lounging by the pool and taking in the scenery, this deal offers deluxe accommodations from $229 to $439 per night plus lavish breakfast for two at Latitudes Restaurant. Visitors should use promotional code S4B when booking online or by calling 1-800-228-9290. The offer is valid through March 31, 2014.

The Couples Getaway on the Beach Package: For guests who made New Year's Resolutions to spend more time with their loved ones in 2014, this deal provides deluxe accommodations from $259 to $469 per night plus breakfast for two at Latitudes and a special champagne and strawberries treat in-room. Visitors should use promotional code ROM when booking by March 31, 2014.

The Fun in the Sun Package: Ideal for spring breakers or anyone just looking for an excuse to escape to a warmer destination, this deal offers partial ocean-view rooms, breakfast for two at Latitudes and complimentary daily parking. Travelers should use promotional code P42 when reserving their sun-filled vacation by March 31, 2014.

The Hollywood Beach Broadwalk was built in 1926 and received a major renovation in 2008. The brick-paved thoroughfare allows visitors to ride bikes, skate or simply stroll the area to enjoy scenic ocean views, a multitude of restaurants, local and national retailers and even free concerts. The Broadwalk has been named one of the top 10 public places in America by The American Planning Association. A convenient trolley service and three oceanfront parks with playgrounds, paddleball courts, pingpong tables, an interactive water play fountain and picnic pavilions are among highlights of the area.  Water taxis give tourists the chance to experience how the city got its nickname, "The Venice of America."

The Hollywood Beach Marriott hotel's location on the Broadwalk allows guests ideal access to this beautiful and historic attraction. Guest rooms boast deluxe accommodations with unique Tommy Bahama-inspired Fort Lauderdale décor highlighted by rich woods and marble accents. Luxurious beds topped with cotton-rich linens, down comforters and custom duvets await the weary and promise a sound night's sleep in a tranquil, beachfront environment. High-speed Internet access and 27-inch LCD TVs keep guests well-connected and entertained, while marble bathrooms and plus robes are meant to pamper. Mini-refrigerators, coffeemakers, safes and irons and ironing boards are among other high-end amenities guests will appreciate.

The hotel also offers extraordinary dining options with Latitudes Restaurant and Latitudes Tiki Bar. Drop by the tiki bar to enjoy smooth tropical cocktails and other tavern favorites accompanied by Atlantic breezes, live music and wide-screen televisions. Latitudes Restaurant boasts an eclectic menu of creative South Floridian cuisine aimed to please even the pickiest of eaters. Menu items include popcorn shrimp, crab cake sliders, smoked fish dip, salads, fillet mignon, barbeque chicken pizza, burgers, wraps and fish tacos.

About the Hollywood Beach Marriott

The Hollywood Beach Marriott at 2501 N. Ocean Drive in Hollywood Beach, FL, has a 4-Diamond AAA rating and is 6 miles from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) and 8 miles from the Port Everglades cruise ships. The hotel is steps away from the world-famous Hollywood Beach Broadwalk with an abundance of shopping, dining and nightlife options. The hotel features 229 rooms on 11 floors in addition to nine meeting rooms with 6,764 square feet of flexible space, one concierge level, restaurant and tiki bar, fitness center, beachfront pool and whirlpool. For information, visit www.marriott.com/FLLOF or call 1-954-924-2202. Like the Hollywood Beach Marriott on Facebook, follow the hotel on Twitter and add it to a circle on Google Plus.

Media Contact: Kerry Morrissey, Hollywood Beach Marriott, 1-561-274-2313, [email protected]

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