New Texas Hotel Deal For Groups Offers Exclusive Marriott Rewards

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Horseshoe Bay Resort Marriott invites Austin meetings to enjoy even more Marriott Rewards Points, which can be used for additional room nights, hotel services and more.

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Everyone loves getting something for free: free meals, free nights, free rounds of golf and more. It’s hard to give away something better than for free, but the Horseshoe Bay Marriott Resort near Austin did just that. From now until October 31, 2011, guests of this Texas lake resort who book a meeting or event that takes place before March 3, 2012, can earn double Marriott Reward points based on the value of the event. Perfect for Austin meetings, conferences and large wedding parties, these points can be used to purchase additional room nights, hotel services and more at any Marriott brand hotel, including the Horseshoe Bay Resort Marriott. With twice the points earned, guests at this Austin-area resort earn double the amount of value—kind of like free to the power of two.

Earning double Marriott Rewards points is a great way to experience everything at the Horseshoe Bay Resort Marriott. This fabulous Texas golf resort features three championship Robert Trent Jones golf courses, a private marina on Lake LBJ and fabulous dining options at Lantana Grill & Bar, Slick Rock Grill & Bar and other great on-site venues. Many of these services can be purchased using Marriott Reward points.

Additionally, meeting planners and others looking for Austin hotel deals will also receive a special booking incentive depending on the number of room nights:

  •     50 - 100 room nights actualized earns 10,000 Marriott Reward Points
  •     101 - 250 room nights actualized earns 25,000 Marriott Reward Points
  •     251 - 500 room nights actualized earns 50,000 Marriott Reward Points
  •     501 or more room nights actualized earns 100,000 Marriott Reward Points

Guests who book an event with 100 or more room nights at this resort near Austin will automatically be upgraded to Platinum benefits for the next year. Platinum Marriott Reward members receive great benefits like room upgrades, free Internet access and much more.

A favorite destination for Austin meetings, the Horseshoe Bay Resort Marriott offers 42,000 square feet of meeting and event space, perfect for Texas business retreats, association conferences, large destination weddings and more. Double Marriott Rewards points are based on the room, banquet and group recreation dollars spent.

For more information about this Austin hotel deal, call 830-598-7550, or visit the offer site.

Double Reward Points offer is valid on new contracts only, and guests must contract bookings between July 10 and October 18, 2011, Sunday through Thursday nights only; and between October 28, 2011, and March 3, 2012, weekday and weekends.

About the Horseshoe Bay Resort Marriott
Amidst the expanse and charm of Texas' Hill Country lies the breathtaking Horseshoe Bay Resort Marriott. One of the premier golf resorts in Texas, the hotel near Austin overlooks picturesque Lake LBJ and is surrounded by lush manicured waterscapes and gardens. Offering 347 rooms, the AAA Four Diamond Austin hotel and conference center offers visitors a unique yet complete Texas resort experience. Golfers can spend a few days enjoying any or all of the three Robert Trent Jones, Sr. Texas championship golf courses. Tennis players can stay in form at the hotel’s 12 adult tennis courts and three children courts. Also located at the Horseshoe Bay Resort is a full-service marina where guests can rent everything from kayaks to luxury cabin cruisers. Guests can relax at the hotel’s full service Bayside Spa. Delicious choices for breakfast, lunch and dinner await guests at any one of the nine eateries. Equipped to handle Texas meetings of any size, Marriott's state-of-the-art meeting and function facilities boast an impressive 51,000 square feet of unique indoor and outdoor space. For more information about this hotel, visit http://www.marriott.com/aushb.

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