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Discounted Rates for Cardinal Fans Found at Hotel Near University of Louisville

Courtyard Louisville Airport Offers Savings Opportunity for Campus Visitors

LOUISVILLE, KY -- (Marketwired) -- 08/04/14 -- Visiting the University of Louisville lends guests the opportunity to experience the proud U of L way of life and nearby airport hotels are making it easier than ever to stay connected with the wide array of campus events and activities held year round.

Conveniently located near the campus and Papa John's Cardinal Stadium, the Courtyard Louisville Airport hotel treats guests with free airport shuttle service so they can enjoy easy access to the campus and other popular destinations along with hassle-free airport connections. Whether getting ready for the upcoming Fall Sports Fan Day on Aug. 16, Welcome Week 2014 set for Aug. 20-24 or planning to attend U of L Homecoming events in October, exceptional comfort and affordable rates near all the activities makes the trip even more enjoyable.

SDF Hotel Offers Added Savings for University Visitors

University of Louisville guests can take advantage of a special booking discount and enjoy 10 percent savings off the hotel's already low standard rate. The savings is perfect for alumni coming into town for athletic events or family and friends visiting students. As an added bonus, the Courtyard's complimentary amenities make it an ideal match for travelers looking to keep up with university events while also enjoying some of the city's most popular attractions. Other destinations located nearby include the world-famous Churchill Downs, Kentucky Exposition Center and the Louisville Zoo.

In addition to free airport shuttle service, complimentary wireless Internet access is available throughout the hotel. The lodging also features a heated indoor pool, whirlpool and sundeck as well as free parking and a well-equipped fitness facility.

The hotel's high-tech lobby provides plenty of room for socializing and includes state-of-the-art media pods ideal for individuals or small groups. The Courtyard's popular GoBoard technology is also featured along with a 24-hour business center complete with work stations, hard wired high-speed Internet access, office supplies and a printer.

Saving on a stay at the University of Louisville is easy, as the 10% discount can quickly be applied to reservations when using promotional code Z8U while booking through the hotel website at http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/sdfap-courtyard-louisville-airport/. Reservations may also be made by calling 1-502-368-5678 and mentioning the code.

About the Courtyard Louisville Airport

The Courtyard Louisville Airport hotel beckons travelers with stylish accommodations in the heart of Louisville's most popular attractions. Newly re-designed, the hotel's contemporary guest rooms and spacious two-room suites provide travelers with accommodations that are both comfortable and functional to help ensure a relaxed and productive stay. On-site dining at The Bistro brings guests into the hotel's welcoming lobby, where Starbucks coffee products are offered along with a variety of hearty and healthy breakfast and dinner options. The Bistro also offers beer, wine and specialty beverages every evening so guests have a comfortable place to relax whether visiting with family and friends or catching up on email and world news. Whether traveling for business or leisure, the hotel's gracious accommodations and dedication to exceptional service set the stage for a remarkable hotel experience.

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Courtyard Louisville Airport
819 Phillips Lane Louisville, Kentucky 40209 USA
1-502-368-5678
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/sdfap-courtyard-louisville-airport/

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