|By Marketwired .||
|March 6, 2014 03:36 PM EST||
MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 03/06/14 -- Location, as they say, is everything, which is good news for the Courtyard Miami West/FL Turnpike. Ideally situated near top Miami attractions, the headquarters of numerous major businesses and Florida's Turnpike, the hotel makes a convenient destination for many different travelers. And for those bound for the Sunshine State this spring, the property is combining its convenient location with a competitive promotional rate in one of Miami West's best hotel deals.
For just $199 per night, the promotion includes a range of services and amenities designed to create a seamless hotel experience for guests. Visitors who book the promotion at this Miami West hotel will begin each day with a complimentary continental breakfast for two, followed by free transportation to the Dolphin Mall and/or the Miami International Mall for some relaxing retail therapy. When back on property, guests can enjoy complimentary wired and wireless Internet access so that staying connected is never a concern. And once the deadlines have all been met, visitors can retreat to the swimming pool, whirlpool and gym to blow off some steam. Complimentary parking and newspapers are also included.
The hotel's many other features promise an exciting stay within an exciting city. The Bistro and Lobby Bar satisfy daily cravings with Starbucks specialty coffee drinks, fresh menu options and mouthwatering cocktails, the last of which taste even better when sipped on the comfortable outdoor lounge. And when it's time to retire for the night, guest rooms are outfitted with LCD high-definition televisions, mini-refrigerators and new luxury bedding that make turning in a treat.
As one of the more amenity-driven Florida Turnpike hotels, the property not only promises a comfortable stay in Miami, but it makes it easy to see more of Florida while on vacation. After spending a few days soaking up the Miami sun, travelers can hit the road and, from the convenient location of this hotel in Western Miami, make their way up to Orlando for an entirely different experience.
However travelers choose to take advantage of the promotion, they should do so soon. The deal is only available by calling the hotel at 1-786-264-0923 and specifically requesting it. The promotion, much like spring itself, is a limited-time offer available until April 30, 2014.
About the Courtyard Miami West/FL Turnpike
Living the good life in Miami doesn't have to involve a luxury resort. The AAA three-diamond Courtyard Miami West/FL Turnpike affords visitors value, convenience and an enviable location all within a stylish setting. Travelers will find themselves just minutes from Miami International Airport as well as the city's many attractions and a variety of big businesses. On property, however, the view is just as nice. Guests enjoy complimentary, high-speed Internet access throughout the hotel; an outdoor pool and whirlpool; access to the fitness center and BBQ/picnic area; laundry service; and fresh dining at The Bistro. Guest rooms are just as inviting with spacious work desks and ergonomic chairs, coffee/tea service and separate sitting areas. Plus the hotel boasts more than 2,100 square feet of event space that's outfitted with state-of-the-art technology to ensure the success of any event. The good life just got better.
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Courtyard Miami West/FL Turnpike
11580 NW 105th Street
Miami, Florida 33178
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