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Islandia Marriott Honors Clients With Appreciation Event

Raffles, Food and More Highlight Client Appreciation Day at Hauppauge, Long Island Hotel

ISLANDIA, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 03/17/14 -- From showers to weddings, team building to seminars, the staff and associates of the Islandia Marriott Long Island host hundreds of events each year. And in December 2013, the Islandia hotel team showed their gratefulness through an event of their own -- Client Appreciation Day.

Held on December 5th of last year, the unique affair showcased all the hotel has to offer for events of every size. With over 75 current and prospective clients in attendance, the event featured a sushi bar, as well as a carving station, pizza station, and for those with a sweet tooth, a bananas foster station. Guests were also able to participate in a raffle for free hotel stays.

Located just 10 minutes from Long Island MacArthur Airport, the hotel near Hauppauge, Long Island is one of the premier area hotels, featuring a picturesque atrium, 278 spacious guest rooms and 13 suites with wireless high-speed Internet access. Its convenient location makes it a good starting point for those trying to plan events in Islandia. Guests looking for hotels in Islandia for events and meetings will revel in the property's 12,032 square feet of striking event space.

Guest rooms feature complimentary high speed internet and plush bedding, as well as in-room movies including international films, children's movies and new releases. Enclosed in a casually elegant atrium, on-site restaurant Bistro Five-Eight features modern American cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

This stylish Islandia hotel is also home to Atrium Bar, ideal for unwinding and gathering with friends and colleagues. When it's time to relax, guests can take advantage of the hotel's sparkling indoor heated swimming pool, plus a newly renovated fitness center unmatched by other hotels in the area.

The hotel is located just off exit 58 on the westbound service road of Long Island Expressway (I-495) and near top attractions, such as Stony Brook University, Jones Beach State Park, Splish Splash Water Park, North Fork Wineries, Baseball Heaven and the Hamptons.

For guests traveling for business or pleasure, or those seeking an event venue in Long Island, the Islandia Marriott is a choice that won't disappoint.

About the Islandia Marriott Long Island

Conveniently located and elegantly appointed, the Islandia Marriott Long Island offers guests the best of Long Island, combined with renowned Marriott service. Modern and stylish, the hotel features a state-of-the-art fitness center and a sparkling indoor heated pool. This MacArthur Airport hotel also features the sophisticated Atrium Bar and Bistro Five-Eight, which offer the perfect place to relax and enjoy a meal with travel companions, plus meeting space with full business services and helpful on-site event managers. In addition to 278 rooms and 13 suites, this hotel also offers planners more than 12,000 square feet of event space with Internet.

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