|By PR Newswire||
|February 11, 2014 09:34 AM EST||
The E-Bundle Package includes deluxe accommodations, complimentary high-speed Internet access and breakfast for two. Business travelers will appreciate being able to easily access their email from the comfort of their room while working from a spacious desk with plenty of electrical outlets as well as a two-line phone with voicemail and speakerphone capabilities.
Whether at the hotel near Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEATAC) or the hotel located on the waterfront, guests can expect freshly-prepared hearty and healthy breakfast choices.
At the Seattle Airport Marriott, Aqua Terra restaurant serves crisp bacon, thick-cut French toast, eggs benedict, a smoked salmon bagel and more. The Seattle Marriott Waterfront's Hook & Plow offers Dungeness crab eggs benedict, Belgian waffles, fresh fruits, oatmeal and a wide variety of omelets to help diners get their day off to a great start.
Rooms at each of the hotels feature thoughtful amenities to make each lodger feel as comfortable as possible. Luxurious beds topped with cotton-rich linens, down comforters and custom duvets are ideal for getting a sound night's sleep. Plush bathrobes and 42-inch flat-screen TVs make downtime both relaxing and entertaining. In the morning, travelers can enjoy their first cup of coffee from the comfort of their room by utilizing the coffeemaker.
The provided Internet access conveniently allows visitors to research the many local activities and attractions near the Seattle airport hotels. Vacationers looking for things to do will love visiting the historic Space Needle, Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square, Olympic Sculpture Park, Mount Rainier and the Seattle Aquarium.
This e-bundle deal is valid through March 29, 2014, using the promotional code NCL online or over the phone at 1-800-228-9290.
About the Seattle Airport Marriott
The Seattle Airport Marriott at 3201 S. 176th St. in Seattle, WA, is within walking distance to LINK light rail with direct access to downtown Seattle and about 2 miles from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA). With 454 guest rooms and five suites on nine floors, the hotel boasts 22 meeting rooms with 18,000 square feet of flexible event space, five concierge levels, a restaurant, coffee house, fitness center, indoor atrium pool and whirlpool. For information, visit www.marriott.com/SEAWA, call 1-206-241-2000 and add the hotel to a circle on Google Plus.
About the Seattle Marriott Waterfront
The Seattle Marriott Waterfront at 2100 Alaskan Way in Seattle, WA, is in the heart of downtown, Washington's popular waterfront district near Pike Place Market. The downtown Seattle waterfront hotel is near the Bell Harbor Conference Center, across from the Seattle Cruise Terminal (Pier 66) and only minutes to major attractions and shopping. The hotel has 345 guest rooms and 13 suites on eight floors as well as one concierge level, 10 meeting rooms with 11,354 square feet, Hook & Plow restaurant, a café, gift shop, 24-hour fitness center and indoor/outdoor pool. For information, visit www.marriott.com/SEAWF, call 1-206-443-5000 and add the hotel to a circle on Google Plus.
Media Contact: Karla Vogtman, Marriott, 1-949-471-8485, [email protected]
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