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Bethesda Family-Friendly Hotel's 'Beat the Heat' Deal Aimed at Creating Summer Fun

Relaxing Pool at Bethesda Marriott Suites Ideal for Weekend Escapes

BETHESDA, MD -- (Marketwired) -- 07/03/14 -- Time for summer fun is limited, so now's the time to take advantage of Bethesda hotel deals that make it easy to create some time for quality family fun before the warm summer sun slips away.

"Beat the Heat" this summer with a relaxing package at the Bethesda Marriott Suites and enjoy the comforts of a family hotel that includes an outdoor pool with warm balmy breezes so families can discover a relaxing escape from boring workdays and hectic schedules.

Boasting one of the largest guestroom sizes in Montgomery County, the hotel is ideal for family vacations. Each guest room suite includes a separate bedroom, a living area with a sofa bed, a wet bar, and mini-refrigerator. The hotel also offers a complimentary shuttle service to the newly renovated Westfield Montgomery Mall.

This North Bethesda hotel's "Beat the Heat" deal packs a powerful punch for summer fun with rates starting as low as $144*. In addition to overnight accommodations and guest privileges to the hotel's refreshing pool and whirlpool, guests booking their stay with the "Beat the Heat" package will also receive:

  • $25 dining credit for on-site dining at the Democracy Grille
  • Complimentary wireless Internet access
  • Free parking
  • A welcome gift

The hotel's location near Westfield Montgomery Mall and complimentary shuttle service makes it a top pick for those looking to enjoy the more than 220 stores and restaurants that make the mall one of the area's premier destinations. Offering everyone's favorites such as Abercrombie & Fitch, Zara, Urban Outfitters, American Apparel, Nordstrom, and Apple, the mall also features first-to-market fashion boutiques and newly opened, Bobby's Burger Palace inspired by Chef Bobby Flay, so everyone can easily discover some of their favorite things inside the recently revitalized shopping center

"Beat the Heat" accommodations at the Bethesda Marriott Suites are limited and this deal ends Aug. 31, 2014, so now is the time to book a fun and affordable summer break. To check room availability, simply visit http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/wassb-bethesda-marriott-suites/ and click on "Check Rates & Availability" and then use promotional code QOP to ensure amenities included in this summertime deal.

*Rates are per room per night and valid Thursday-Sunday based on availability at the time of reservation. Offer does not apply to groups of 10 or more rooms and may not be combined with any other discount or promotion. A Friday or Saturday night stay is required.

About the Bethesda Marriott Suites

The Bethesda Marriott Suites welcome travelers with spacious all-suite accommodations, comfortable amenities and attentive service so whether traveling for business or leisure, guests can enjoy a relaxed and productive stay. Conveniently located near I-270 and the I-495 Beltway, guests have easy access to three major airports and the hotel offers free shuttle service to the D.C. Metro, so downtown Washington, D.C. is just minutes away. This distinctive lodging also features 5,000 square feet of event space complimented by dedicated event managers and skilled culinary professionals that strive to make the property an ideal choice for hosting inspirational business meetings, corporate conferences and elegant social events.

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CONTACT:
Bethesda Marriott Suites
6711 Democracy Boulevard
Bethesda Maryland 20817
1-301-897-5600
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/wassb-bethesda-marriott-suites/

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