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Conshohocken, PA Hotel Offers Great Deal

Enjoy Free Parking and Internet at the Philadelphia Marriott West

CONSHOHOCKEN, PA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/02/14 -- Escape for the weekend and stay at the Philadelphia Marriott West, a premier hotel near King of Prussia Mall, Manayunk, Valley Forge National Park, and Philadelphia.

The Philadelphia Marriott West is currently offering a special promotion, which includes complimentary Internet access and self-parking for guests who stay at the hotel near Villanova University Friday through Sunday night.

Located in West Conshohocken, the hotel is in a quiet suburb on the affluent Main Line corridor just 15 miles from Philadelphia. Guests who book this package can easily explore Philadelphia's great attractions, like the Franklin Institute, Liberty Bell, Philadelphia Zoo, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and Philadelphia City Hall, or dine at any of Philadelphia's great restaurants. Or, visit Revolutionary War site Valley Forge National Park, which is just 8 miles from the hotel. The hotel is also near Bryn Mawr College, St. Joseph University in Philadelphia, Villanova University, University of Pennsylvania, and other schools.

After an exciting day exploring Philadelphia, guests can unwind with a drink and a classic American meal at Legends Sports Bar & Grill while watching the latest game on 60" flat screen TVs. In addition to the lively restaurant, the Philadelphia Marriott West also offers a full-service business center, high-speed wireless Internet access, fitness center, indoor pool, and luxurious accommodations.

This West Philadelphia hotel deal is available to guests who book the weekend rate. The deal cannot be combined with any other offers.

About the Philadelphia Marriott West
Conveniently located between Center City and the Philadelphia International Airport, the Philadelphia Marriott West hotel offers a modern, elegant and upscale stay suitable for both business and leisure travel. Stylish accommodations anticipate the needs of every guest. For working visitors, a desk, ergonomic chair, high-speed Internet access and Keurig coffeemaker make it easy to stay focused. When it's time to unwind, stretch out on a cozy bed, dressed with a pillow-top mattress, crisp sheets and fluffy duvet, and see what's showing on the 32-inch plasma screen TV. Or, head to the fitness center and indoor pool. Guests with special needs can opt for a PURE® allergy-friendly room or private lounge access and upgraded amenities that come with a concierge-level room. Vacationing visitors can tour nearby attractions, while those here for work are close to the Philadelphia Expo Center, Valley Forge Convention Center, Villanova University and major corporations. For meetings, celebrations and gatherings, the Philadelphia Marriott West hotel offers 10,000 square feet of event space and great West Philadelphia hotel deals for large groups. Guests can meet informally at the Legends Sports Bar & Grill, serving American cuisine in a lively setting and offering various private dining options.

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Philadelphia Marriott West
111 Crawford Avenue West
Conshohocken Pennsylvania 19428 USA

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