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Courtyard Miami Aventura Mall Announces World Cup Summer Soccer Hotel Deal

Guests Can Book an Exclusive Package at the Iconic Aventura, Florida Hotel, During the 2014 World Cup

AVENTURA, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 06/26/14 -- Courtyard Miami Aventura Mall is announcing its Summer Soccer Promotion, an exclusive package for soccer lovers this season that brings guests and fans the best of the 2014 World Cup. Running from now through July 14th, the limited-time offer invites fans to view the World Cup in one of Miami's most vibrant locales, surrounded by true lovers of the sport, and take home something commemorative.

The sports-themed Aventura, FL Hotel deal invites guests to enjoy spacious accommodations, along with a complimentary beer in a special World Cup glass, theirs to keep. The offer also includes a complimentary appetizer of choice at The Bistro, where a game viewing event will take place every day.

The spirit of soccer is alive and well throughout Miami, and this special offer is all about the fans. In addition to the package, the hotel will be hosting game viewings throughout the tournament at The Bistro, from now through July 13th.

Patrons and fans are invited to enjoy World Cup specials at The Bistro during the games, including $8 Caipirinha, $5 Bacardi and Coke, $5 domestic beer, $6 imported beer, $9 spirits, and appetizers starting at $5.

The hotel's lobby has been vibrantly redecorated to celebrate the World Cup, with soccer memorabilia lining the walls, and a board that shows the current tournament match plan. No matter where guests or visitors choose to watch the game, the hotel has ensured that no one will miss a minute of the action.

Between matches, guests are welcome to soak up some sun at one of the nearby beaches, including Sunny Isles, Hallandale Beach, and Hollywood Beach. The hotel is central to Aventura's most popular summer hotspots, attractions, unique locales, and some of the region's best shopping, all just minutes away.

For more details and information about this year's World Cup specials, or to book this year's Summer Soccer Promotion, be sure to visit the Courtyard Miami Aventura Mall hotel website. For those who are not soccer fans, make sure to check out the hotels other promotions! Options include the Wine and Dine package that offers breakfast and dinner for two plus two complimentary cocktails or the Couples Getaway package including Champagne, Fruit and Cheese upon arrival, late checkout and breakfast for two.

About the Courtyard Miami Aventura Mall

The Courtyard by Marriott Miami Aventura Mall is ideally located between Miami and Fort Lauderdale, within a one-mile drive to beautiful beaches including Sunny Isles, Hallandale Beach and Hollywood Beach. The hotel is steps from world-class shopping, dining and entertainment including Aventura Mall, Town Center Aventura and The Village at Gulfstream Park. Guests are invited to relax in the new lobby with interactive GoBoard technology, boarding pass station, home theater, library, and business center. Dining options include The Bistro, featuring Starbucks, open for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Happy Hour. The hotel also boasts spacious accommodations, a newly remodeled fitness center, flexible meeting space, outdoor patio, swimming pool and complimentary amenities such as free WiFi and parking.

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CONTACT:
Courtyard Miami Aventura Mall
2825 NE 191st Street Aventura, Florida 33180 USA
1-305-937-0805
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/miaav-courtyard-miami-aventura-mall/

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