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Washington Dulles Airport Marriott Offers Special Day Rate For On-The-Go Travelers

Dulles Airport hotel provides options for same-day check-in and check-out along with complimentary shuttle, Internet services

DULLES, Va., April 10, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Business travelers with a long layover at the airport or on-the-go professionals who need a quiet place to regroup after meeting plans change will appreciate a new Day Rate Package from the Washington Dulles Airport Marriott.

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The unique Dulles hotel deal offers deluxe accommodations from $79 to $100 for same day check-in and check-out between 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. The package also includes complimentary airport shuttle service, complimentary Wi-Fi in the Great Room and access to secure meeting rooms via the Work Space On Demand app. The hotel is less than 1 mile from Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD).

The hotel's rooms near Dulles offer weary guests a peaceful place to rejuvenate before hopping on another flight. Luxurious beds topped with cotton-rich linens, down comforters, custom duvets and fluffy pillows are ideal a few hours of rest in a peaceful, soundproof environment designed for maximum comfort. Travelers also can relax in bed while enjoying a movie on 27-inch flat-screen TVs. Guests will appreciate spacious bathrooms with new THANN bath amenities. Professionals who must catch up on email or continue working on a presentation will appreciate spacious, well-lit work desks with available high-speed Internet access.

Business travelers will love the meeting spaces offered at the Dulles airport hotel. Productivity doesn't have to suffer when travelers reserve their spot in the Great Room using the Work Space On Demand app. When travelers book a day in advance, they have access to a private meeting booth or small communal table and complimentary Wi-Fi. From here, guests can easily conduct that important meeting from a cellphone or answer an important email in style and comfort.

The hotel at Dulles airport offers Aviate Bar & Grille as an escape from airport fare and fast food. The restaurant serves American fare with a creative twist for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A quick $5 menu for snacks includes fresh potato and kale chips, crispy Brussels sprouts and onion rings. Pot stickers, classic wings, buffalo chicken bites and quesadillas are among appetizers listed on the restaurant's new menu. A wide selection of sandwiches – from turkey clubs and veggie burgers to a BLTs and quinoa wraps – plus pizzas, salads and soups give diners plenty of lunch and dinner options. Guests in the mood for something a little heartier can order the 8-ounce filet mignon, fish tacos, linguini carbonara, roasted vegetable ravioli or batter-fried cod. 

The Dulles airport hotel also offers visitors the opportunity to keep up with their workout routines in a state-of-the-art fitness center equipped with cardiovascular equipment and free weights. An indoor and seasonal outdoor pool, two tennis courts and full basketball court are available.

The Day Rate Package is available through Dec. 25, 2014, when using promotional code ZDY to book online or over the phone at 1-800-228-9290.

About the Washington Dulles Airport Marriott

The Washington Dulles Airport Marriott hotel at 45020 Aviation Drive in Dulles, VA, provides easy access to downtown Washington, D.C., the Dulles Technology Corridor, the National Air and Space Museum, Wolf Trap Center for the Performing Arts, Civil War battlefields and Leesburg Corner Outlets. The hotel offers complimentary shuttle service to and from Dulles International Airport. The Dulles airport hotel boasts an all-new lobby along with 364 rooms with four suites on three floors, a 24-hour state-of-the-art fitness center, indoor and outdoor pools, 11 meeting rooms with 13,500 square feet of flexible space and dining at Aviate Bar & Grill and the Lobby Lounge. For information, visit www.marriott.com/IADAP, call 1-703-471-9500, like the hotel on Facebook and add the hotel to a circle on Google Plus.

Media Contact: Mei Loo, Washington Dulles Airport Marriott, 1-301-380-7658, [email protected]

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