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Celebrate Valentine's Day at Romantic Charleston, WV Hotel

Charleston Marriott Town Center Package Includes Elegant Accommodations, Dinner and More

CHARLESTON, WV -- (Marketwired) -- 02/10/14 -- Valentine's Day is less than a week away, and if corner-store chocolates and teddy bears have been the go-to gifts year after year, it might be time to step things up. With deluxe accommodations, a romantic dinner and much more, the Valentine's Day Package at the Charleston Marriott Town Center is sure to warm the heart.

Guests will enjoy deluxe accommodations that offer room service, sumptuous bedding and a flat-screen TV to watch their favorite shows or movies, from romantic comedies to heart-warming dramas. But this package offers guests more than simply a place to stay in Charleston, WV; it also includes complimentary parking, a breakfast buffet and a romantic dinner for two on Valentine's night.

The romantic dinner will take place at Brick Salt Bar + Kitchen, featuring a mid-century modern aesthetic with dark wood, clean lines, neutral yet warm colors and a granite bar. Cozy booths make it easy for couples to cuddle as they share bites from the special Valentine's Day Dinner menu, which includes a side salad or soup; shrimp scampi appetizer; surf and turf with mashed potatoes and vegetable medley; and chocolate mousse shooters for dessert. The next morning, guests can continue to feed their love with a breakfast buffet for two.

This special package, along with a desirable location, on-call airport shuttle and newly renovated accommodations, make this the best hotel in Charleston, West Virginia for treating that someone special. To reserve this romantic experience, visit Charleston Marriott Town Center online or call 800-228-9290 in the US and mention promotional code D60. The Valentine's Day Package is available for stays on February 14th and starts at just $189.

About the Charleston Marriott Town Center
Located downtown and near major Charleston, WV attractions, the Charleston Marriott Town Center offers the ideal setting for staycations, out-of-town vacationers and business travelers alike. Guest rooms are simple yet elegant and offer high-speed Internet access, plush bedding, a desk with ergonomic chair, in-room dining, coffee/tea service and a 27-inch TV with major cable channels and pay-per-view movies. A well-equipped fitness center, indoor pool and sauna offer opportunities for relaxation and recreation, but guests can also head out to explore the city by foot with Charleston Town Center just across the street and Charleston Town Center Mall nearby. With an on-call airport shuttle and 16 meetings room, the hotel is a top pick for meetings, conferences and social celebrations; its Grand Ballroom can host up to 700 people. Getting together in a less formal setting happens at Brick Salt Bar + Kitchen, where chef Tyler Murray uses local ingredients in seasonally crafted menus, and Sunday brunch is a local family favorite. For guests on the go or in need of a last-minute meeting place, Brick Salt Day / Night Bar offers comfortable seating, free Wi-Fi, Starbucks beverages, light bites and specialty cocktails.

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Charleston, West Virginia 25301
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