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Hotel Near Busch Gardens Offers Vacation Specials for Military Personnel

Residence Inn Williamsburg's Government Leisure Rate Offered in Tandem With Waves of Honor

WILLIAMSBURG, VA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/25/14 -- Time off from active duty is precious. This summer, Residence Inn Williamsburg is pleased to be helping the country's active military personnel book the perfect vacation for them and their families. This Williamsburg Historic District hotel's exclusive Government Leisure Rate includes complimentary hot American Breakfast and choice of a Studio Suite or Two Queen, One Bedroom Suite. Now service men and women can enjoy the spacious functionality and comfort of Residence Inn Williamsburg's suites at a cost that honors their sacrifice. The sooner suites are booked, the deeper the discounts go.

No other Williamsburg hotels near Busch Gardens pair their rates so sensibly with Waves of Honor. Through the Waves of Honor promotion any U.S. active duty military, activated or drilling reservist, or National Guardsman are entitled to one complimentary admission per year for themselves and up to three dependents. Williamsburg's Busch Gardens and Water Country USA are proud to participate in the Waves of Honor program and are excited to welcome guests of Residence Inn Williamsburg this summer. Families can take advantage of complimentary days of thrills and old fashioned fun while saving their money for vacation's finer things. The Waves of Honor program coupled with the hotel's Government Leisure Rates comprise one of the best Williamsburg, VA family vacation packages around.

Vacation doesn't stop at the amusement or water park. This accommodation in Williamsburg is advantageously situated near many more of the area's top attractions. Located in the heart of Colonial Williamsburg's historic district, the Residence Inn provides easy access to Colonial Williamsburg and the Jamestown settlement, Merchants Square Shopping District, and Premium Outlets. For more fun for the kids, Pirates Cove Miniature Golf and Ripley's Believe It or Not are just minutes away. Nearby Williamsburg Winery and Alewerks Brewery offering tours and tastings allow the grown-ups some time to let loose and enjoy quiet time. More active pursuits can be had at one of the 15 championship golf courses like Kingsmill Resort or Royal New Kent Golf Club basically in the hotel's backyard.

Residence Inn Williamsburg takes pride in its commitment to those who serve our country and their families. These long-term stay suites are among the most spacious in the region with separate areas for eating, sleeping, and living. To reserve your extended-stay accommodation for your family's uniquely American summer getaway, call (757)941-2000 or visit http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/phfrw-residence-inn-williamsburg/.

About Residence Inn Williamsburg
At the Residence Inn Williamsburg, guests will enjoy the welcoming atmosphere of these extended-stay suites. Designed with "home" in mind, the hotel's suites are large enough to give the whole family space to kick-back and relax. With ample workspace and detailed kitchen in each guestroom, there is no long-term need that can't be met. Free Wi-Fi in each suite and complimentary breakfast each morning complete the feeling of being at home in this Williamsburg hotel, while furnishings like ironing board and iron, coffeemakers, and HD TVs in each room ensure guests that Residence Inn Williamsburg has the finer details covered. The hotel's fitness center, outdoor swimming pool, and recreational SportCourts make it so that guests can enjoy all of vacation's indulgences guilt-free. Residence Inn's prime Colonial Williamsburg Historic District location provides unfettered access to all of the area's most popular attractions like Busch Gardens, Water Country USA, the Jamestown Settlement, Merchants Square Shopping District, Williamsburg Winery, and 15 championship golf courses to name a few. With all of these exciting destinations to explore, guests making the most of their stay will be looking forward to laying down in their bed's crisp linens, plush, thick mattress, and fluffy pillows, then giving in to sleep in preparation for another great day of vacation with Residence Inn Williamsburg.

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Residence Inn Williamsburg
1648 Richmond Road Williamsburg, VA 23185
757-941-2000
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/phfrw-residence-inn-williamsburg/

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