Legendary Doral Resort Offers Discounts and Free Night Stay in Exchange for Vintage Memorabilia

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To celebrate its 45th anniversary, guests who bring pre-1970 Doral Golf Resort & Spa mementos have opportunity to showcase items.

To celebrate 45 years of legendary moments, Doral Golf Resort & Spa, a Marriott Resort, is launching a search for pieces of the Miami resort's past. Former guests who send in memorabilia or share their Original Doral Moments such as old room keys, menus, golf scorecards, slippers, towels, etc. will be given 15% off standard room rates during their next stay.* In addition, past guests whose items are chosen for display in the hotel will receive one free night per item.** Keepsakes must be dated prior to 1970 and accompanied by a brief description as well as the guest's memories of the Doral at that time.

"Celebrating Doral Golf Resort & Spa's 45th anniversary is an impressive milestone and we wanted to honor the past while capturing how the resort has changed throughout the years," said Tuni Kyi, vice president and general manager of the Florida golf and spa resort. "By asking our former guests to bring back pieces of our past and share Doral Moments, we can recreate the early days of the legendary resort while encouraging them to make new memories."

Opened in 1962, the resort was originally known as the Doral Hotel and Country Club. Throughout four-and-a-half decades it has evolved into Marriott's premier award-winning resort. The hotel constantly raises the bar of excellence to further enhance guests' hotel experience. This past year, it added a $25-million Legends Ballroom, renovated the infamous Blue Monster golf course, invested in a $3-million upgrade to the renowned Spa at Doral and spent $2 million renewing its Miami accommodations and meeting space.

The lobby showcase display will be unveiled later this year for local residents, staff and guests to peruse at their leisure. Memorabilia submissions should be addressed to:

Doral Golf Resort & Spa, a Marriott Resort
Pieces of the Past Search
Attn: General Manager
4400 NW 87th Avenue
Miami, FL 33178

The Pieces of the Past promotion at the Miami hotel is available now through October 1, 2007. For reservations or additional information, please call (305) 592-2000 or visit http://marriott.com/hotels/travel/miadl-doral-golf-resort-and-spa-a-marriott-resort/.

About Doral Golf Resort and Spa, a Marriott Resort
Situated on 650 tropical acres, the award-winning Miami, Florida golf and spa resort is one of Miami's premier resorts. All 693 luxuriously- appointed accommodations, including 96 suites, boast individual balconies/patios, guest-controlled air conditioning, direct-dial telephone with two-lines for high-speed Internet or fax access, electronic safes with rechargeable capabilities for your laptop, and more. Featuring five 18-hole championship golf courses, including the famed Blue Monster, Doral's golf courses brand it continuously as ranked one of the country's leading golf destinations. The European inspired Spa at Doral offers guests more than 100 spa services, 52 treatment rooms, an on-site registered dietician/nutritionist and state-of-the-art exercise center. With over 90,000 square-feet of flexible meeting and function space Doral Golf Resort & Spa is the perfect location for corporate events, meetings, elaborate receptions and unforgettable social events. For dining, guests can choose from five delectable restaurants including Windows on the Green, The Atrium, Terrazza Restaurant and Café, Champions Bar & Grill and Bungalou's Bar & Grill. Located only seven miles from Miami International Airport, the hotel also features the acclaimed Arthur Ashe Tennis Center, Jim McLean Golf Center, The Blue Lagoon aquatic recreation area and nine retail shops.

*Discount valid per person, per stay and cannot be combined with any other promotion.
**Complimentary one-night stay per item, per stay and cannot be combined with any other promotion.
+Rates are based on double occupancy and do not include tax or service charge.

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