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Marriott Greets Guests With a Package Poised to Highlight the Best of Brooklyn

Guests Are Invited to Stay for Breakfast and See the Sights Surrounding the Popular Brooklyn Luxury Hotel This Summer

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 07/29/14 -- Summer is a time when Brooklyn, NY comes alive with endless outdoor events and activities that relish in the community's lively setting. New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge is celebrating the season by announcing its exclusive Stay for Breakfast hotel deal, which highlights the best of the vibrant neighborhood. Guests who book their Brooklyn vacation package this summer are invited to snuggle up, sleep in, and wake up to a freshly prepared complimentary breakfast for two adults and children up to twelve years of age.

With a prime Brooklyn Bridge location, the hotel is a gateway to some of the borough's most popular sights, activities, and events taking place throughout the summer. Brooklyn Bridge Park is just moments away and presents a world of opportunity for travelers looking to soak up the essence of the surrounding neighborhood. Families can take in spectacular views of the city while going for a ride on the historic antique Jane's Carousel, housed in a glass pavilion along the edge of the park.

Movie buffs can attend the park's free summer movie lineup, with showings that range from timeless classics to modern camp, including Beetlejuice, Ghost Dog, and Alfred Hitchcock's masterpiece of horror, the Birds. Movies are screened on the scenic lawn overlooking the East River and Lower Manhattan, the perfect backdrop for a summer evening out with friends or family.

Those looking for a little outdoor adventure can enjoy an array of activities from boating to volleyball and beyond. The park offers one of the city's coolest hidden gems, the pop-up pool, for visitors looking to cool off, or Early Morning Yoga on the lawns for those looking to keep mind and body in balance.

With an events calendar that offers everything from kayaking to crossfit, and creative art classes for the little ones, the park is a haven of activity that celebrates the vibrant spirit of the surrounding neighborhood, and guests of the New York Marriott luxury hotel at Brooklyn Bridge will find themselves just moments from everything it has to offer this summer season.

About the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge

With Manhattan less than two miles away and the charms of the Brooklyn Heights neighborhood immediately at hand, the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge is one of the best ways to experience the Big Apple. Business guests are treated to 44,542 square feet of flexible banquet space equipped with modern A/V capabilities and Wi-Fi. Those traveling for pleasure will be equally delighted by the luxury property, as it affords plush bedding, Plug-and-Play Panels for easy technological connectivity and flat-panel LCD HD televisions in the 665 guest rooms and suites. And with a newly renovated fitness center, on-site spa and contemporary dining at The Archives Restaurant and The Archives Lounge and Bar, the hotel ensures guests will love every New York minute of their stay.

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CONTACT:
New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge
333 Adams Street, Brooklyn, New York 11201 USA
1-718-246-7000
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/nycbk-new-york-marriott-at-the-brooklyn-bridge/

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