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Enjoy Up to 50% Off Orlando World Center Marriott With 48-Hour Sale January 28th to 29th

Celebrate Valentine's Day With a Romantic Orlando Escape Featuring Fine Dining

ORLANDO, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 01/28/14 -- The holiday season usually depletes all extra spending money, but with Valentine's Day just around the corner, expectations are high -- but prices don't have to be. For just 48 hours, the Orlando World Center Marriott is offering up to 50% off stays between January 28th and December 31st 2014. The sale, January 28th and 29th only, offers rates on hotel rooms in Orlando for as low as $109 a night.

In addition to great rates, the hotel is offering both Orlando spa and dining specials for couples looking to celebrate their love. At Hawk's Landing Steakhouse & Grille, enjoy fine dining in Orlando overlooking the sprawling golf course. For Valentine's Day, the restaurant is offering a special menu that includes a Tomahawk Chop for two, South African lobster tail, Chef Ramon's Cheesecake and two glasses of sparkling wine.

The Spa at Orlando World Center Marriott joins in the spirit of the romantic holiday with its Couple's World Experience. The half-day package, available for $450, includes a 50-minute customized couple's massage, a couple's spa pedicure with complimentary champagne, half-day use of a poolside spa cabana and a 30-minute instructional massage so guests can recreate the spa experience at home.

Traveling solo doesn't mean one can't celebrate Valentine's Day with a little pampering. The spa offers an Executive Gentleman's Facial that addresses sensitivity and razor burn; an invigorating Sea Salt Body Glow that uses sea salt to exfoliate, leaving skin bright and refreshed; and a Warm Stone Massage that's calming and restorative. When it comes to indulging a sweet tooth, Siro Urban Italian Kitchen tempts palates with Chocolate Cake Pops, Ramon's Cookie Jar and Hot Zeppole (made-to-order Italian donuts). At Solaris, get little bites of dessert favorites including apple crumble, Key Lime pie, chocolate cake and banana cream pie.

To book the 48-hour sale or any of this Orlando resort's packages, visit www.marriott.com/hotels/hotel-deals/mcowc-orlando-world-center-marriott/.

About the Orlando World Center Marriott
With 28 floors, 2,009 guestrooms and 74 meeting rooms that offer 450,000 square feet of event space, the newly renovated Orlando World Center Marriott rivals the nearby theme parks for attention-grabbing features. Its completely redesigned Falls Pool Oasis features a new slide tower with two 200-foot winding waterslides and a 90-foot speed slide, along with a children's splash park and game room. If fun, sun and relaxation are at the top of the to-do list, spend time at the four adult pools, full-service spa, fitness center, 18-hole Robert Cupp III-designed Hawk's Landing Golf Club course or High Velocity. Those with kids (or guests who are kids at heart), can visit the theme parks near this Orlando hotel including Disney World, Universal Studios, SeaWorld Orlando and Discovery Cove. Rooms themselves are impressive and feature a private balcony or patio with striking views, plush bedding, high-speed Internet access, a desk, in-room dining, coffee/tea service and a 27-inch flat-screen. Those looking for spectacular event venue can choose from 450,000 square feet of function space, including the country's largest pillar-free resort ballroom.

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