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Leading Business Hotel in Quebec City Gives Meetings More Value

Quebec City Marriott Downtown Offering Tandem Deals for Successful Business Meetings

QUEBEC CITY, QC -- (Marketwired) -- 06/25/14 -- Business meetings are vital to a company's health and a team's coherence. Meeting planners need to pour over every detail to guarantee that coworkers or clients receive a memorable experience that achieves the company's objectives. Now, through April of 2015, this Quebec City business hotel will help meeting planners streamline the booking process. Businesses booking their meeting with Quebec City Marriott Downtown will receive select per-person rates on the hotel's newly renovated conference spaces and special nightly room rates for all attendees.

When choosing Quebec City event venues, meeting planners should consider working with the Quebec City Marriott Downtown's expert conference and event planning personnel. They work tirelessly to reassure that every aspect of the meeting is meticulously expressed. Planners can gain access to this top-notch service for just $59.00 per-person through Marriott's exclusive business meeting offer. For large parties, the rewards increase with the size of the event.

Among Quebec City meeting rooms, the Marriott Downtown can claim with confidence that theirs are the most professionally appointed. This competitive new offer comes loaded with all the essentials for a successful business meeting. High quality A/V equipment like huge LCD projector screens and complimentary Wi-Fi ensure that meetings can keep pace with a dynamic business environment. Specialty catered AM/PM coffee breaks and plated or buffet lunch options chosen from a customizable menu keep attendees comfortable and attentive while planners and presenters remain in control.

Businesses bringing their meeting to these Quebec City conference rooms will also find exceptional savings on guestrooms for their event. The hotel is extending a concurrent offer on nightly stays for meeting attendees. Meeting Planners can host their guests in Quebec City Marriott Downtown's sumptuous guestrooms starting at $135.00 per-night. After a long day of meetings, guests will enjoy gorgeous views of historic Old Quebec City, convenient furnishings like mini fridges and coffeemakers, high-speed internet in case tomorrow's itinerary needs updated, and the brand's renowned plush King-size, pillow top mattresses with premium bedding. Bookings of 15 rooms or more will receive one complimentary upgrade, while bookings of 50 rooms or more receive double reward points and a complimentary cocktail reception hosted by Marriott -- perfect for after-work networking, and a chance for meeting planners to help grow their team. With unmatched service and savings, few hotels can provide better opportunities for businesses to discover Quebec City.

About the Quebec City Marriott Downtown
The new Marriott Downtown in the heart of Quebec City is a timeless blend of old-world charm and new-age comfort. With 103 recently renovated guestrooms and eight luxurious suites, this hotel has accommodations suitable for the vacation visitor, or seasoned business traveler. Its expedient downtown Quebec City location places guests just moments away from local draws like Chateau Frontenac, Parliament Hill, and scenic Montmorency Falls. Business travelers take advantage of the property's three fully equipped meeting rooms and close proximity to Quebec City Convention Center. With full-service amenities like valet parking, room service, high speed internet, and a 24/7 fitness center, guest can find all they need at Quebec City Marriott Downtown should they not want to explore the fabulous restaurants, shopping, and nightlife nearby. After discovering Quebec City or mapping the future of their business, guests can sink into Marriot's signature premium bedding as a reward for a day well spent. For historic allure and modern luxury, guests look to Quebec City Marriott Downtown.

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Quebec City Marriott Downtown
850 Place D'Youville Quebec City
Quebec G1R 3P6 Canada
+1-418-694-4004
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/yqbmc-quebec-city-marriott-downtown/

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