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From Baseball to Boats, the Best Activities of the Season Happen Near the Residence Inn Miami Coconut Grove

COCONUT GROVE, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 03/06/14 -- The Miami area is an attractive destination all year round, especially in the spring. As the weather heats up, so does the area's event calendar. And no place puts visitors in a better position to enjoy the action than the Residence Inn Miami Coconut Grove.

Like other hotels situated near Biscayne Bay, this property is ideally located for guests who want to catch some of the many deals on the Miami Marlins' 2014 season, which opens March 31. The beloved baseball team offers fans a promotion just about every night of the week for home games. "All You Can Eat Seats," for example, offers tickets starting at $22 with unlimited beef franks, peanuts, popcorn and nachos available for guests to nosh on. "Miami Herald Half-Price Tuesdays" slashes ticket prices, "Fireworks Fridays" ends each game with a bang and various other promotions entice fans with giveaways, concerts and parties.

Baseball fans exploring Coral Gables suite hotels will find a clear choice in the Residence Inn Miami Coconut Grove. Offering pet-friendly accommodations with fully-equipped kitchens and sleeper sofas, the studio and one- and two-bedroom suites are ideally suited to families and groups. And with free daily breakfasts and high-speed Internet access, the value-added amenities make extended stays extremely comfortable.

Of course, baseball isn't the only attraction luring travelers to the area. The beach is a perennial draw, whether guests are looking for Miami hotels near charter fishing or properties close to the Port of Miami where Norwegian Cruise Line christened its newest ship, Getaway, last month. As the largest ship to set sail from the city on a year-round basis, the Getaway can accommodate more than 4,000 passengers at a time. As a result, travelers are poised to pour into the area before and after their trips.

For those scouting Coconut Grove, FL hotel deals in anticipation of a cruise or other attraction, this hotel boasts affordable, home-away-from-home accommodations, whether it's for two nights or two weeks. And that's enough to make the hotel as attractive as the city in which it resides.

About the Residence Inn Miami Coconut Grove
At the Residence Inn Miami Coconut Grove, guests are just a stone's throw away from the many exciting attractions of downtown Miami, historic Coconut Grove, Biscayne Bay and Coral Gables. And for those who want to take their time to enjoy it all, this extended-stay hotel is an ideal choice. Visitors can choose from studio and one- and two-bedroom suites, all of which offer a spaciousness hard to find elsewhere. Fully equipped kitchens, flat-panel LCD televisions, large desks with dual phone lines and a pet-friendly policy create suites that accommodate families, business travelers and groups with equal ease. Free daily breakfasts, high-speed Internet and regular evening socials with appetizers, wine and beer enhance the quality of every visit, as do the fitness center and two outdoor pools. Plus business guests can utilize the hotel's boardroom for intimate meetings. Whether guests come to work or play, this is one hotel that makes it easy and fun to do it all.

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