|By Marketwired .||
|April 25, 2014 11:05 AM EDT||
PHILADELPHIA, PA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/25/14 -- Gaze for stars, see the newest scientific innovations, and mingle with scientists, engineers, and educators during the Philadelphia Science Festival, a ten-day, community-wide science celebration that takes place all over Philadelphia.
The Philadelphia Science Festival will feature exciting lectures, debates, hands-on activities, special exhibitions, and more. This year, the Philadelphia Science Festival will take place from April 25th to May 3rd throughout downtown Philadelphia.
The Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, a premier hotel in City Center Philadelphia, is currently offering a special promotion that lets guests explore Philadelphia's great attractions, including the Franklin Institute, during the Philadelphia Science Festival. The One day in Pompeii, One Night at the Philadelphia Marriott package includes deluxe overnight accommodations, two tickets to the Franklin Institute with access to the special "One Day in Pompeii" exhibit, and breakfast for two in 13 Restaurant.
After exploring the Franklin Institute, guests can relax at the hotel near Philadelphia City Hall. Enjoy a fine meal at 13 Restaurant, a chic American restaurant inside the hotel, or meet friends in a more casual environment at Circ. Retire to the spacious guest rooms, which offer comfortable beds, enhanced high-speed Internet access, LCD TVs, and coffeemakers. Located in the heart of downtown Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown is near the Pennsylvania Convention Center, 30th Street Train Station, and just eight blocks from Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell.
Rates for the One day in Pompeii, One Night at the Philadelphia Marriott package range from $240 to $380. To book this downtown Philly hotel deal, use booking code YX1 and make a reservation by April 27, 2014.
About the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown
With four-star service, dynamic dining, luxurious guest rooms and a city-center location that puts guests within steps of all the best attractions, the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown is an ideal hotel for every traveler. Business guests benefit from the property's close proximity to the Pennsylvania Convention Center as well as the hotel's impressive 92,000 square feet of event space. Those on vacation, meanwhile, can indulge in the hotel's stylish Circ lounge for drinks and appetizers, or sit down to one of Philadelphia's favorite contemporary hot spots, 13 Restaurant. An on-site Starbucks gets everyone's day off to an energized start, whether the itinerary calls for work or for exploring the city's best shopping and entertainment, which are just steps away from the hotel. The 1,332 guest rooms and 76 suites feature a gracious aesthetic complemented by modern features like high-speed Internet so that guests feel both connected and secluded from the bustling city beyond their windows.
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Philadelphia Marriott Downtown
1201 Market Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
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