|By Marketwired .||
|June 3, 2014 01:30 PM EDT||
TORONTO, ON -- (Marketwired) -- 06/03/14 -- Still scrambling for a summer vacation destination? At the TownePlace Suites® Mississauga - Airport Corporate Centre, families will find two special Mississauga hotel deals that are sure to bring out the kid in everyone.
Dinosaurs, rollercoasters, water fun and more are on the agenda at Canada's Wonderland, and with this special package, guests get in on all the action. Available through November 1, 2014 with rates starting at only $175 CAD, this family-friendly package includes:
- Overnight suite accommodations
- Two adult tickets to Canada's Wonderland, good any 1 day (additional discounted tickets available for purchase at the front desk)
For those who prefer to spend their entire day splashing around, this Ontario hotel near Wild Water Kingdom is also offering a special water park package through September 1, 2014. Starting at only $137 CAD, it includes:
- Overnight suite accommodations
- Two adult day passes to Wild Water Kingdom, good any 1 day
With both packages, guests have access to this Toronto hotel's full range of amenities, which include a complimentary buffet breakfast with hot items, free Wi-Fi and local calls, complimentary onsite parking and a free airport shuttle that runs daily from 4am to 10pm. After a hot day out in the sun, return to the hotel for a family barbecue in the private courtyard, a relaxing swim in the indoor heated pool or an invigorating workout in the fitness centre.
Located only 20 minutes from Canada's Wonderland and 10 minutes from Wild Water Kingdom, TownePlace Suites Mississauga - Airport Corporate Centre offers a convenient location for families who require the amenities of a full-service hotel and the space that comes with a large suite. To book either of these summer packages, visit www.marriott.com/hotels/hotel-deals/yyzts-towneplace-suites-mississauga-airport-corporate-centre/, or call 1-800-228-9290 in the US. When requesting the Canada's Wonderland package, mention promotional code THM; for the Wild Water Kingdom package, mention code ARN.
About the TownePlace Suites Mississauga - Airport Corporate Centre
Offering an extended stay that's functional, flexible and fun, the TownePlace Suites Mississauga - Airport Corporate Centre is the ideal destination for both business and leisure travellers. Stylish suites offer separate living, working and sleeping areas, and feature an adjustable desk and ergonomic chair, free high-speed wireless Internet access, a 42-inch LCD HDTV, coffee/tea service and a fully equipped kitchen with cooktop, fridge, dishwasher, toaster and microwave. Guests can set aside their mornings for a complimentary breakfast or some time in the fitness centre or indoor pool. Guests in town for business are close to top companies such as Accenture, Bell, Citigroup Canada and Hewlett Packard, and can also host colleagues and clients in the hotel's two meeting rooms; a private garden and barbeque patio make great venues for team-building events. A 24-hour staff can help arrange visits to nearby attractions including CN Tower, Niagara Falls, Canada's Wonderland, Playdium and Wild Water Kingdom, and a convenient, complimentary airport shuttle ensures an easy departure or arrival. From corporate travellers in town for a meeting or a long-term project to those who just want more space to spread out during their Toronto vacation, this hotel near Canada's Wonderland offers the ideal stay.
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TownePlace Suites® Mississauga - Airport Corporate Centre
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