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Take Advantage of Breakfast Rates at Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards

BALTIMORE, MD -- (Marketwired) -- 08/27/14 -- Baltimore is known for many things, from its beautiful Inner Harbor to its thriving arts scene, but now one more thing is putting the city on the map. This month, the Horseshoe casino opens, bringing Vegas-style excitement to this east coast destination.

Just more than a mile from this Baltimore Inner Harbor hotel, the casino features gaming, dining and entertainment, from penny slots to high-stakes table games. On the 122,000-square-foot gaming floor, visitors will find more than 2,500 slots, including more than 150 video poker machines, and 100 table games, including poker, craps, blackjack and roulette. The excitement of playing is sure to work up an appetite, and the 22,000-square-foot Baltimore Marketplace features a variety of options, from upscale dining to quick bites, plus several bars and lounges for those who want to keep the party going.

While the casino is close enough to walk, guests staying at this hotel near M&T Bank Stadium are sure to take advantage of the free Charm City Circulator shuttle that will run through September 1st. Guests can also save money with the Attractive Rates + Free Breakfast offer. In addition to accommodations in a stylish guest room, the package includes breakfast at the locally popular, The Yard restaurant.

While the casino is an adults-only attraction, Baltimore offers plenty to appeal to kids, too. The National Aquarium and Maryland Zoo are a hit with animal lovers, while the Maryland Science Center appeals to curious minds. The Inner Harbor and Little Italy are ideal for afternoon strolls, while the Hippodrome Theater is a great place to catch music and stage performances.

To reserve the Attractive Rates + Free Breakfast Baltimore Inner Harbor hotel deal, visit http://www.marriott.com/hotels/hotel-deals/bwiih-baltimore-marriott-inner-harbor-at-camden-yards/, or call 1-800-228-9290 in the US and ask for promotional code S4B. Rates start at only $169 a night and are available through January 5, 2015.

About the Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards
Style, comfort and technology come together at the Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor Hotel at Camden Yards. Whether attending a conference in the hotel's 15,600 square feet of event space, or taking advantage of Baltimore vacation packages to explore nearby attractions, guests will find a convenient stay at this Inner Harbor hotel. Guest rooms offer a spacious retreat outfitted with high-speed Internet access, a 32-inch LCD TV with premium movie channels, a spacious desk, plush bedding, in-room dining and views of downtown and the Inner Harbor. While rooms are cozy, guests can also relax in the Greatroom, a social take on the traditional lobby that features flexible lounge-like seating for meeting or relaxing, and free Wi-Fi. Dining options include The Yard, a loft-like restaurant featuring a seasonal menu with locally sourced ingredients, flat-screen TVs and a Day | Night Bar with Illy coffee drinks. A state-of-the-art fitness center allows visitors to stay on track with their at-home routine. Nearby, explore Oriole Park, M&T Bank Stadium, the National Aquarium, the Baltimore Maritime Museum and the Baltimore Museum of Art.

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Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards
110 South Eutaw Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
1-410-962-0202
www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/bwiih-baltimore-marriott-inner-harbor-at-camden-yards/

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