Colorado Springs Marriott Opens Wide its Doors for Citywide New Year's Hockey Tournaments

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The city will soon be buzzing with the sound of blades cutting through fresh ice, and the Marriott Colorado Springs Hotel is preparing to welcome flocks of hockey players, family and fans coming to Colorado Springs for the numerous hockey tournaments of the New Year.

The city will soon be buzzing with the sound of blades cutting through fresh ice, and the Marriott Colorado Springs Hotel is preparing to welcome flocks of hockey players, family and fans coming to Colorado Springs for the numerous hockey tournaments of the New Year.

The 2007-2008 Colorado Cup, taking place on December 27-30, 2007 and January 18-21, 2008 is played over two weekends to accommodate the many different divisions playing. From Squirt and PeeWee to Girls teams, Bantam and Midget teams, the Colorado Cup is sure to fill the city limits.

The 31st Annual 2008 President's Day Hockey Tournament, taking place from February 14-18, 2008 is a US Hockey sanctioned tournament for Squirt and Midget Minor/Major divisions.

The Colorado Springs Amateur Hockey Association's 2008 Jr. Tigers Jamboree, for eight and under C/D Youth Hockey, takes place on February 29 - March 2, 2008, and will also be held at many of the local ice rinks, sure to fill city limits to capacity.

Overall, for the next few months, Colorado Springs will be full of hockey fans and players of all ages and divisions taking advantage of the cold winter chill.

The Marriott Colorado Springs, Colorado hotel is opening its doors to welcome spectators, family, friends and players to their luxury hotel throughout the first months of the new year. With accommodations in the foothills of Pike's Peak, a centrally located and easily accessible location, conveniently close to most area attractions and all the major ice rinks in the city, this Colorado hotel is beyond compare. An upscale destination complete with spectacular mountain and skyline views, plush new bedding and LCD TVs and digital plug-in panel technology, this newly renovated lodging in Colorado Springs, along with attentive staff make the Marriott Colorado Springs an unbeatable hotel option.

After big games, retreat to Zebulon's Grill & Tequilaria for succulent Southwestern cuisine, complete with Colorado beers and tequilas. The Lobby Lounge is also a relaxing way to start - or end - any evening with a signature drink and starter. After satisfying every craving, recuperate from the day's games with deluxe guestrooms and suites, and wake up refreshed and renewed the morning after. Both hotel restaurants in Colorado Springs, CO feature casual atmospheres with extraordinary fare.

Enjoy laid back, family friendly accommodations, suited to please hockey fans from pee wee to professionals with cutting edge service and style.

About Colorado Springs Marriott:
This luxury Colorado Springs hotel, nestled in the foothills of Pikes Peak, offers guests a breath of fresh air and spectacular mountain vistas. Recently renovated, the Colorado Springs Marriott boasts upscale amenities, delectable Southwestern dining, and elegantly appointed event space. A warm Colorado Springs, CO hotel great room greets visitors with a glowing brick fireplace and a rich wood decor highlights guest rooms featuring plush bedding packages and dual screen plasma televisions. Settle in at this tasteful hotel in Colorado Springs, Colorado with a flavored tequila cocktail from the Lobby Lounge before succulence is served at Zebulon's Grill and Tequileria. Spice things up in a 7,000 square foot ballroom or picturesque courtyard area, which provides beautiful backdrops for phenomenal corporate functions and unforgettable social gatherings. Destination area attractions are accessible from this centrally located hotel in Colorado Springs, CO where fabulous accommodations are in season year round. For more information or to make a reservation call 719-260-1800 or visit http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/cosmc-colorado-springs-marriott/.

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