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Greenbelt, MD Hotel Offer Inspires Last Blast of Summer Travel

Opportunity for Summer Travel Arises With Deep AAA Discounts at Greenbelt Marriott

GREENBELT, MD -- (Marketwired) -- 08/20/14 -- Don't miss out on the last blast of summer with an opportunity to take advantage of hotel promotions that make Greenbelt, MD an ideal destination for discovering the sights and sounds of national attractions, catching the first home football game of the UMD Terrapins or simply enjoying some summer rest and relaxation.

Now through Labor Day, an even greater discounted AAA rate is being offered at a Greenbelt hotel close to University of Maryland and other popular destinations making it easy to wrap up summer travel. The Greenbelt Marriott's discounted AAA rate is even deeper than those advertised through typical AAA promotions with rates starting at just $159 and up. Weekend rates have been slashed to as low as $107. And, with complimentary on-site parking and free local shuttle service with access to the Metro station guests can forget traffic hassles and make the most of their valuable time.

Terrapin football fans can use these discounted rates to help the Terps kick-off their 2014 season against James Madison on Saturday, Aug. 30 on Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium or follow the Lady Terps in soccer as they host their first home games at Ludwig Field against William and Mary on Thursday, Aug. 28, and North Carolina State on Sunday, Aug. 31.

The nearby Greenbelt National Park offers great opportunity for enjoying Maryland's natural beauty. Open from dawn to dusk each day, the park features nine miles of trails, three picnic areas and more importantly, is a great place to get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life and enjoy the peace and serenity of nature.

The Greenbelt Marriott hotel near Beltsville, MD features indoor and outdoor pools, along with a fitness center and delectable onsite dining options, so whatever their reason for travel, guests have everything needed for a relaxed and comfortable stay.

With only a few days left until Labor Day, now is the time to book this limited time offer. Reservations may be made by clicking on "Check Rates and Availability" at http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/wasgb-greenbelt-marriott/ and following the links for an AAA discount. An AAA membership is required.

About the Greenbelt Marriott Hotel

Smart designs and even smarter function welcome travelers at the Greenbelt Marriott, where the hotel's chic lobby features complimentary Wi-Fi and guest rooms include amenities like plug-in technology and enhanced high-speed Internet access. This distinctive Greenbelt hotel is conveniently located near I-495 so guests enjoy easy access to area attractions and prominent business destinations, including the U.S. Attorney's office. Boasting 10,000 square feet of stylish event space complemented by professional event managers and catering services, the hotel is also a prime destination for business conferences, corporate meetings and elegant social events. Offering complimentary shuttle service to the nearby D.C. Metro Green Line and other local destinations guests of the Greenbelt Marriott are pampered with a remarkable hotel experience.

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CONTACT:
Greenbelt Marriott
6400 Ivy Lane
Greenbelt, Maryland 20770
1-301-441-3700
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/wasgb-greenbelt-marriott/

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