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Denver Marriott West Offers Special Shopping Package That Extends Beyond Holidays

Golden, CO, hotel features deluxe accommodations, free self-parking, breakfast for two, discount coupon book for Belmar Shopping Complex

GOLDEN, Colo., Jan. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Didn't get quite what you wanted this holiday season? That's OK because the Denver Marriott West is offering guests a special deal to help them take advantage of the after-holiday sales.

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Whether traveling as a couple or with family, vacationers will appreciate the Experience Shopping Package that will allow them to take advantage of all of the January sales. Unique from other Golden, CO, hotel deals, this package provides vacationers with deluxe accommodations from $119 per night, complimentary self-parking, breakfast for two at Allie's American Grille and a discount coupon book for Belmar Shopping Complex.

Belmar, offering prime Lakewood shopping, features more than 80 shops and restaurants. Not only does the complex feature favorite chain stores such as The Children's Place, Bath & Body Works, Best Buy, DSW Shoe Warehouse, Guess, Nordstrom Rack, Target, Chico's, Loft and New York and Company, it also features boutiques and specialty stores unique to Colorado including A Touch of Colorado, Anam Cara Living Arts Studio & Gallery, Twigs & Twine and Valkarie Gallery.

Belmar also features an array of restaurants and entertainment venues. Guests of one of the premier hotels in Golden, CO, can visit the shopping complex and dine or drink at Baker St. Pub & Grill, Elephant Bar Restaurant, P.F. Chang's China Bistro, Rocko's Cantina and The Rock Wood Fired Pizza & Spirits. After a full meal, shoppers can entertain themselves by watching a movie at Century Theater or bowling at Lucky Strikes Lanes.

Weary shoppers can return to the hotel after a day of fun and exploration to relax in deluxe guest rooms. Plush bathrobes help visitors get cozy as they enjoy their favorite shows or movies on 27-inch flat-screen TVs before melting into luxurious beds topped with cotton-rich linens, down comforters, custom duvets and ample pillows. Desk-level electrical outlets make charging cell phones more convenient. Rollaway beds are available if extra sleeping space is needed.

In the morning, vacationers can enjoy their first cup of java by using in-room coffeemakers. Guests can then head to Allie's American Grille for their complimentary breakfast for two. The Golden, CO, restaurant serves a full breakfast with dishes such as cereal, fruit, pastries and a selection of hot items.

The shopping deal is valid through Jan. 15, 2014 and can be booked online or over the phone at 1-800-228-9290 using promotional code SHO.

About the Denver Marriott West

The Denver Marriott West hotel at 1717 Denver West Blvd. in Golden, CO, is near Colorado Mills Mall, Coors brewery, Colorado School of Mines and Red Rocks Amphitheater and surrounded by a host of parks with views of the Rocky Mountains. Downtown Denver is only a few minutes away, and Fossil Trace, Fox Hollow and Arrowhead golf courses are all within reach. The hotel features 303 rooms and two suites on six floors along with 15 meeting rooms with 10,300 square feet of flexible space, two concierge levels, two restaurants, Starbucks, fitness center, seasonal outdoor pool, indoor pool and whirlpool. For information, visit www.marriott.com/DENWE or call 1-303-279-9100. Follow the hotel on Facebook and add it to a circle on Google Plus.

Media Contact: Jackie Jacobson, Denver Marriott West, 1-720-283-8289, [email protected]

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