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Westchester Marriott Offers Great Hotel Deal in Tarrytown NY

Stay Overnight in the Westchester Marriott and Enjoy a Meal at Cooper's Mill

TARRYTOWN, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 03/28/14 -- Escape the hustle of the city with a culinary retreat at the Westchester Marriott. The premier Westchester hotel is currently offering a special hotel deal in Tarrytown NY. Guests who book the Cooper's Mill Earth to Hearth Experience promotion receive deluxe overnight accommodations and a $75 dining card to use at Cooper's Mill, a restaurant in Westchester NY with many options directly from local farms.

Located inside the Westchester Marriott, Cooper's Mill is a farm to table restaurant in the Hudson Valley that uses fresh, locally-sourced ingredients to create flavourful classic American dishes. There's also an array of domestic, craft, and imported beers, fine wines, and great cocktails. The restaurant has a cozy ambiance, with wood-panelled walls, communal seating, and creative lighting.

After a meal at Cooper's Mill, guests can retire to one of the 444 spacious guest rooms, which feature 37" flatscreen TVs with cable and premium movie channels, plush bedding and soft 300-count linens, marble bathrooms, and wireless Internet access. Guests can work off meals in the hotel's fitness center or by swimming laps in the indoor pool. After, unwind with a treatment at the in-house Tatiana Day Spa.

Located in the historic Hudson Valley, the Westchester Marriott is near Kykuit (the Rockefeller Estate), the Vanderbilt Mansion, Washington Irving's Sunnyside, West Point Military Academy, and the Culinary Institute of America. It's also just a quick jaunt from the excitement of New York City.

Rates for the Cooper's Mill Earth to Hearth Experience package range from $174 to $369. This Hudson Valley hotel deal is available for stays through December 31, 2014.

About the Westchester Marriott
The Westchester Marriott greets travelers with an inviting new lobby, exceptional service and spacious accommodations that set the stage for a pleasant hotel experience whether traveling to Tarrytown for business or leisure. Upscale features such as marble bathrooms, Plug-In technology, premium movie channels and room service are standard in all guest rooms and upper level concierge rooms are available for even greater weekday benefits. Boasting 26,000 square feet of high tech event space complemented by dedicated event managers and a team of culinary professionals, this distinctive property is a popular choice for hosting business meetings, corporate conferences and elegant social gatherings.

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Tarrytown, New York 10591 USA
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