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Save Big During the 48-Hour Sale at Seven Participating New Orleans Marriott Hotels

Seven Marriott hotels in New Orleans will participate in a 48-hour sale offering guests 20% off the standard rate

NEW ORLEANS, March 31, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Beginning Tuesday, April 1, 2014, seven Marriott brand hotels will host a 48-hour sale for stays through the rest of the year. Travelers who take advantage of the sale will save 20 percent off rooms with these New Orleans hotel deals, with rates starting at just $79 per night.

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Each hotel in New Orleans offers access to exciting NOLA attractions. Shoppers will discover charming stores and boutiques located throughout the French Quarter, Bourbon Street, Jackson Square, the French Market and Riverwalk Market Place.

Restaurants near the NOLA hotels offer delectable Southern, Cajun and French cuisine. Travelers can visit Bourbon Street for a night filled with food, drinks and fun memories. While on Bourbon, New Orleans hotel guests should be sure to make a stop at Pat O'Brien's and order a Hurricane, their signature drink. For a more relaxed environment, Cafe du Monde is the place to go. Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, this iconic cafe is famous for its chicory coffee and fresh beignets.

Rich history surrounds each of the New Orleans hotels. Visitors can take in the grandeur of the city's Southern mansions on St. Charles Avenue and the Garden District. Guests can walk, drive or ride the trolley down the avenue to admire the neighborhood. New Orleans hotel guests should also be sure to save time for the Oak Alley Plantation, a gorgeous 19th-century home that has been featured in films.

New Orleans is always bustling with excitement. Live music abounds and brings magic to The Big Easy. Travelers can experience it for themselves by staying in a NOLA hotel while taking advantage of Marriott's exclusive 48-hour sale.

Participating hotels include the Renaissance New Orleans Pere Marquette Hotel, Renaissance New Orleans Arts Hotel, New Orleans Marriott, New Orleans Downtown Marriott at the Convention Center, Courtyard New Orleans Downtown/Convention Center, Courtyard New Orleans Downtown Near the French Quarter and SpringHill Suites New Orleans Downtown.

About Marriott Hotels

Since 1927, Marriott has been known for a culture that puts people first. We are growing globally – and opening up a world of experiences and opportunities for people from all walks of life. Marriott International Inc. (MAR) offers the advantages of a strong balance sheet, sound management and a record of industry leadership. Our business model, brands, senior leaders and a deeply-ingrained service culture have firmly established Marriott as a leading performer. We are proud to be recognized worldwide for our enduring values, our spirit to serve and our corporate commitment to creating better places to live and work. For more information, visit www.marriott.com, like the brand on Facebook, follow it on Twitter and add it to a circle on Google Plus.

Media Contact: Tim Johnson, New Orleans Region Marriott Hotels, 1-615-427-0176, Tim.Johnson@marriott.com

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