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Take the Family Out to the Ball Game With This Grand Slam Tustin Hotel Deal

The Fairfield Inn & Suites Tustin Orange County and the Residence Inn Tustin Orange County Are Giving Baseball Fans a Reason to Cheer

TUSTIN, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/19/14 -- The California Angels are playing and we have an out-of-the-ballpark hotel deal for you, whatever your budget. Choose between the Fairfield Inn & Suites Tustin Orange County or the Residence Inn Tustin Orange County and either way you'll get an overnight stay, $20 in Angels Bucks (redeemable at Angel Stadium for tickets, merchandise, or concessions), as well as free Wi-Fi and parking. For more information on this baseball season deal visit http://marriott.com/specials/mesOffer.mi?marrOfferId=878690&displayLink=true.

The Fairfield Inn & Suites Tustin Orange County and the Residence Inn Tustin Orange County are known for their warm and welcoming personal service and great value, and both are conveniently located near Angels Stadium. Both hotels have state-of-the-art amenities including free Wi-Fi in all guest rooms and common areas, a fitness center, and an outdoor heated pool and whirlpool. Guest rooms and suites all have comfortable furnishings and luxurious bedding so that you'll always feel at home. Both of these Tustin hotels offer complimentary breakfast to make sure that everyone starts their day off right.

Take advantage of this opportunity and bring the whole family because there's plenty to do in the area in addition to the baseball game. Disneyland, Knott's Berry Farm, the Santa Ana Zoo, and Orange County's famous beaches are just a few of the nearby attractions, and there are shopping and fine dining options in the vicinity, all of which make the Fairfield Inn & Suites Tustin Orange County and the Residence Inn Tustin Orange County ideal for family vacations, business meetings, or just a relaxing getaway.

About the Fairfield Inn & Suites Tustin Orange County
This conveniently located Tustin-area Orange County hotel is ideal for leisure or business travelers. With four large meeting rooms, including the Tustin Ballroom, which comfortably accommodates 130 guests, the hotel is also the perfect venue for weddings and other celebrations and events. Guest rooms and suites all have luxurious bedding, free Wi-Fi, and flat-screen TVs with cable and satellite access. All rooms also have a coffee maker and tea service. Hotel perks include a fitness center, a heated outdoor pool, and a whirlpool, as well as an on-site convenience store and a BBQ and picnic area.

About the Residence Inn Tustin Orange County
This Tustin-area Orange County all-suites hotel is conveniently located for business and leisure travelers. Suites have a modern and stylish open design that maximizes natural light and each has a full kitchen with a separate living, working, and sleeping area, making them perfect for families or business travel. Hotel amenities include free Wi-Fi, a fitness center, a heated outdoor pool, and a whirlpool, and guests will appreciate the free breakfast, complimentary in-room grocery delivery service, and evening receptions with beer and wine. The on-site convenience store and laundry help make extended stays easy. The hotel also has a BBQ and picnic area.

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CONTACT:
Fairfield Inn & Suites Tustin Orange County
15011 Newport Avenue
Tustin, California 92780 USA
1-714-258-9900
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/snatf-fairfield-inn-and-suites-tustin-orange-county/

Residence Inn Tustin Orange County
15181 Newport Avenue
Tustin, California 92780 USA
1-714-258-9700
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/snatu-residence-inn-tustin-orange-county/

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