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Couples Earn Complimentary Honeymoons at This Wedding Reception Venue in Richmond, BC

RICHMOND, BC -- (Marketwired) -- 01/31/14 -- Planning a wedding is often a couple's first lesson in compromise. His college roommates can be invited, for example, if she can go a little over-budget on the dress. But while some balances must necessarily be struck between the couple, both parties can easily agree to host their wedding reception at the Vancouver Airport Marriott Hotel in Richmond. That's because the property's latest promotion gives couples a free honeymoon after they enjoy an unforgettable reception.

The wedding promotion is just one more way in which the Vancouver Airport Marriott Hotel stands out among other Richmond, Canada hotels. Couples who book their reception by December 31, 2014 (and hold their event by December 31, 2015) will receive anywhere from 150,000 to 250,000 Marriott Rewards points that can be applied to a week or more of honeymoon accommodations at any one of Marriott's 3,800 branded hotels and resorts around the world.

Rewards points are awarded based on the value of the reception's food-and-beverage costs. So a couple who spends $15,000 will receive 150,000 points, for example, that they can apply in a variety of ways. Ski resorts, beach vacations, European getaways -- even perks like spa services, fine dining, resort activities or golf and ski purchases -- are all accessible using Marriott Rewards points.

Even without this limited-time promotion, the hotel is one of the most appealing wedding venues in Richmond. Its Coastal Mountain Ballroom, for example, affords up to 4,300 square feet of barrier-free event space bathed in natural light, courtesy of the room's expansive windows. Guest rooms and suites are some of the most luxurious in Richmond, BC, thanks to sumptuous bedding, ergonomic chairs, flat-screen televisions and, in the numerous suites, one- and two-bedroom configurations. Plus the hotel's easy proximity to the Vancouver International Airport (made even easier by complimentary shuttle service) is ideal for out-of-town guests and couples eager to embark on their free honeymoon.

Couples interested in learning more about the promotion may visit www.MarriottCanadaWeddings.com and www.MarriottCanadaMariage.ca.

About the Vancouver Airport Marriott Hotel
Sophisticated and recently renovated, the Vancouver Airport Marriott Hotel promises travellers a luxurious getaway. Not only is the property just five kilometers from the airport, making the logistical part of travelling considerably easier, but it's close to shopping, Steveston Fishing Village (ideal for whale watching) and the business district. Guest rooms and suites include Revive bedding, WiFi and high-speed Internet, while a Concierge Level indulges guests with upgraded amenities. The hotel's dining options include The American Grille and Lotus Land Lounge, serving up everything from light snacks to stick-to-your-ribs fare (think bourbon burgers). Business guests enjoy productive, inspired meetings within the hotel's 5,200 square feet of event space, and the tennis court, seasonal outdoor pool and fitness centre provide fun ways for everyone to stay active.

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7571 Westminster Highway
Richmond, British Columbia V6X1A3 Canada
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