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Marriott Hotels In Washington, D.C., Encourage Visitors To Live Like A Local With Limited-Time Package

Hotels near air and space museum offer deluxe accommodations, free Wi-Fi, complimentary breakfast for two

WASHINGTON, Aug. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Just in time to wrap up the summer season, several Marriott hotels invite guests to come experience Washington, D.C. "like a local" with their limited-time package.  

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Whether hiking picturesque trails, exploring shops along French-style boulevards or savoring a dish from the hottest neighborhood restaurant, there are plenty of local treasures waiting to be discovered in Washington, D.C. So, visitors who stay at Washington Dulles Airport Marriott, Washington Dulles Marriott Suites or Westfields Marriott Washington Dulles will have easy access to endless attractions and adventures while saving some cash with the Weekend #LikeALocal Package. Available Friday through Sunday only through Sept. 7, 2014, the deal treats guests to everything they need for a satisfying stay. Featuring deluxe accommodations, complimentary breakfast for two, free Wi-Fi, a late check-out time and a $20 Uber ride credit for new users, this Dulles hotel deal invites travelers to explore the nation's capital in style and comfort.

SHOP #LikeALocal

Reston Town Center: Combining the vitality of an Italian piazza and the diversity of a French boulevard, this outdoor venue makes shopping, dining and entertainment a year-round pleasure. Featuring more than 50 retail shops, 30 restaurants and a multi-screen cinema, the shopping mecca features brick streets lined with plenty of fun adventures for everyone.

Dulles Town Center: For a more modern shopping escape, Dulles Town Center is a two-level regional mall boasting 185 chic shops, over 40 dining options and a new theater set to debut this fall.

Leesburg Corner Premium Outlets: Savvy shoppers looking for exquisite brands at a bargain can head to the convenient outlet stores. More than 100 outlet stores invite guests to discover their styles at extraordinary savings.

LIVE #LikeALocal

Udar-Hazy Center: Explorers can discover all aspects of human flight at the world's largest and most significant collection of aviation and space artifacts. Welcoming more than 8 million visitors a year, the Smithsonian museums are the most visited in the country.   

Sully Plantation: An oasis of the past, Sully invites visitors to experience the history of Fairfax County. Guided tours and programs highlight the history of the early 19th century life of Richard Bland Lee, Northern Virginia's first representative to Congress and Gen. Robert E. Lee's uncle. 

EAT #LikeALocal

Sweetwater Tavern: Located in Sterling and Centreville, Sweetwater features three microbreweries serving hand-crafted brews, Western-inspired fun and favorites such as the drunken rib-eye and wood-grilled filet mignon.   

DRINK #LikeALocal

The Lost Rhino Brewery: Beer lovers are promised something unique at Lost Rhino. Everything this one-of-a-kind brewery crafts is personal, from cultivating yeast in-house to supporting the community and Virginia farmers. Travelers will discover beers that pair well with sweat, adrenalin and self-satisfaction.

Tarara Winery: Guests seeking libations that taste better in a stemmed glass will find everything they're looking for at Tarara Winery, a cutting edge facility that doesn't confine its wine to traditional rules. Experience the development of wine, from grape to bottle, in an inviting atmosphere with a staff of the most enthusiastic wine aficionados from all over the world.

WORK OUT #LikeALocal

Westfields Golf Club: The beautiful woods and rolling hills of Northern Virginia become a golfer's delight at Westfields. Players of all levels will remain on their toes at this challenging and first-class course, the area's finest destination for teeing up.

Bull Run Regional Park: Boasting scenic woodlands and trails, Bull Run offers miles of hiking and solitude for guests seeking an escape from the city. The Campground, disc golf and public shooting center are open year-round, allowing travelers to explore the adventures they crave.

No matter how guests choose to spend their days, they will always find comfortable rooms at Marriott hotels. Spaces boast modern amenities and convenient services to enhance any stay in the Washington, D.C., area. Luxurious beds with cotton-rich linens and plenty of fluffy pillows will lull the weary to sleep, while high-speed Internet access allows visitors to stay well-connected to social media channels.

To take advantage of the best the city has to offer while staying in select Dulles hotels, guests must use promotional code 3MA when booking reservations online.

About Washington Dulles Airport Marriott

The Washington Dulles Airport Marriott at 45020 Aviation Drive in Dulles, VA, provides easy access to downtown Washington, D.C., the Dulles Technology Corridor, the National Air and Space Museum, Wolf Trap Center for the Performing Arts, Civil War battlefields and Leesburg Corner Outlets. The hotel offers complimentary shuttle service to and from Dulles International Airport. The Dulles airport hotel boasts 364 rooms and four suites on three floors, a 24-hour state-of-the-art fitness center, indoor and outdoor pools, 11 meeting rooms with 13,500 square feet of flexible space and dining at Aviate Bar & Grill and the Lobby Lounge. For information, visit www.Marriott.com/IADAP or call 1-703-471-9500. Like Washington Dulles Airport Marriott on Facebook and add the hotel to a circle on Google Plus.

About the Washington Dulles Marriott Suites

The Washington Dulles Marriott Suites at 13101 Worldgate Drive in Herndon, VA, is near Washington, D.C. national monuments, the U.S. Capitol, Sully Plantation, Arlington National Cemetery and National Zoo. The Herndon hotel offers complimentary shuttle service to and from Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD). The hotel features 253 well-appointed suites as well as six meeting rooms with 2,300 square feet of space, restaurant, lounge, fitness center, indoor pool, seasonal outdoor pool and whirlpool. For information, visit www.DullesMarriottSuites.com, call 1-703-709-0400 and follow the hotel on Facebook.

About the Westfields Marriott Washington Dulles

Westfields Marriott Washington Dulles is at 14750 Conference Center Drive in Chantilly, Va., close to Washington, D.C. This Virginia conference center hotel offers a retreat-like setting and convenient access to Dulles Expo Center, Dulles International Airport, the National Air and Space Museum and Westfields Golf Club by Fred Couples. More than 40,000 square feet of function space, 31 meeting rooms and 336 guest rooms accommodate intimate retreats, luxurious social events and complex conventions at the Chantilly hotel. For information, visit www.WestfieldsMarriott.com or call 703-818-0300. Get social with Westfields Marriott on Facebook and Twitter @MHWestfields.

Media Contact: Mei Loo, Marriott International, 1-301-380-7658, [email protected]

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