New York, NY (PRWEB) October 18, 2009
The New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge hotel offers guests the opportunity to choose three favorite things to do in New York City with its "Explore Your New York" sightseeing package. This Brooklyn hotel packages features two Explorer Passes, which allow guests to select three offerings from over 40 selections, whether it's shopping, tours or attractions. Visit http://www.brooklynmarriott.com and click on the "Explore Your New York" package under "Deals at this Hotel" to view the full variety of activities that make it easy for guests to explore old favorites or discover something new in Brooklyn, and other New York City attractions.
From a "Sex and the City Hotspots" tour and a New York Water Taxi ride, to a Brooklyn Bridge Bike Tour and a visit to the Brooklyn Museum and Botanic Garden, there is something for everyone with this Brooklyn travel special. More interested in shopping? Then savings passes at Macy's or a special SoHo and Nolita shopping tour might be more on the menu.
The Explorer Pass is simple; just one pass, 40 attractions, a variety of choices. The pass saves hotel guests up to 40% or more, compared to purchasing individual admission to many of the city's attractions.
"Explore Your New York" hotel and sightseeing package includes: guest room accommodations (two-night stay minimum), two Explorer Passes, and breakfast for two (children under 12 eat free) at the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge. Rates range from $274-$524 per room, per night, plus tax, based upon availability. The "Explore Your New York" hotel deal is valid now through September 6, 2010. Reservations are based upon availability.
To book this hotel package near NYC, visit http://www.brooklynmarriott.com and click on "Explore Your New York." Be sure to enter Rate Code CUE when making reservations. Or call 1-888-436-3759 and mention Rate Code: CUE.
The New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge hotel is located at 333 Adams Street in bustling downtown Brooklyn, just steps away from the Brooklyn Heights Promenade and the neighborhood's historic brownstones. This 665-room hotel has many rooms with sweeping views of the Lower Manhattan skyline and New York Harbor.
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