Whether heading to the Rockies to ski a black diamond or see a baseball diamond, the Denver Marriott Tech Center Hotel has two new offers that will strike a chord with snow lovers and sports aficionados everywhere.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) April 01, 2013
Whether heading to the Rockies to ski a black diamond or see a baseball diamond, the Denver Marriott Tech Center has two new offers that will strike a chord with snow lovers and sports aficionados everywhere.
The Greenwood Village, CO, hotel’s new Discover Downtown Denver package and Weekends in Tech Center room deal come just in time for travelers to enjoy one last round of fresh powder and nine exhilarating innings of Colorado baseball. Both deals feature deluxe accommodations, complimentary breakfast for two and shuttle service to and from the light rail station as well as businesses and restaurants within a 5 mile radius. Discover Downtown Denver also includes complimentary self-parking (a $10 daily savings) and two round-trip light-rail tickets to the heart of the city with rates starting from $114 per night. Complimentary high-speed Internet access (a $12.95 daily savings) is an additional perk that comes with Weekends in Tech Center, available from $99 per night with a required two-night minimum and Friday or Saturday stay.
Mid- to late April marks the average date for the final snowfall in Denver. Vacationers can head to the slopes of Echo Mountain, Loveland, Winter Park, Eldora, Winter Park, Arapahoe Basin or other destinations to take in the natural beauty of the region while skiing, snowboarding or taking lessons from a number of professional instructors. Each resort is within 100 miles or so of Denver and offers a plethora of amenities and services to fit the lifestyles of all guests.
April 5 celebrates the start of the 20th season for the Colorado Rockies. Coors Field welcomes the team and its fans with plenty of special giveaways such as magnet schedules, Rockies t-shirts, commemorative photos, bobble heads and lunch cooler bags. The Major League Baseball franchise hopes to better its 2012 fifth-place finish in the National League West and head to the World Series for its first-ever championship title.
Visitors to the Mile High City also can explore more than two-dozen must-see attractions during their stay at the hotel near Colorado Rockies baseball. Among the options are:
** Exploring the Denver Art, Clyfford Still and Nature and Science museums. The world’s greatest collection of Native American art and 68,000 other art objects call the Denver Art Museum. The Clyfford Still houses some of the great works of one of the most important painters of the 20th century. The Denver Museum of Nature & Science is filled with dinosaurs, dioramas, space exhibits and a digital planetarium.
** Learning how to make money at the U.S. Mint. The facility offers free tours and takes visitors on a journey through the process of turning a metal slug into a shiny coin.
** Exclaiming “lions and tigers and bears” at the Denver Zoo. The fourth most popular zoo in America features Toyota’s Elephant Passage, the newest addition with elephants, gibbons, ribbons in the heart of a recreated Asian village.
** Smelling the flowers at Denver Botanic Gardens. The 23-acre oasis in the middle of the city has 33,000 plans in 45 gardens.
** Tasting the Rockies at the Coors Brewery. Free tours walk guests through every step of the brewing process, with free samples for those over 21 years old.
** Hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park. Colorado’s No. 1 attraction features more than 30 miles of trails with wildflowers, waterfalls, lakes and peaks.
No matter how visitors choose to spend their time while in Denver, they will always find plush accommodations to return to at the Denver Tech Center hotel. Rooms with one king or two double beds provide the comforts of home for a sound night’s slumber. High-end amenities include 37-inch flat-screen TVs, mini-refrigerators, in-room movies and coffeemakers, high-speed Internet access (free with Weekends in Tech Center package) and marble bathrooms with Bath and Body Works products.
The Lift Restaurant & Lounge will nourish visitors with classic American breakfast fare such as eggs benedict, omelets, frittatas, crunch French toast, buttermilk pancakes and Mile High waffles. The Denver Tech Center restaurant also serves seasonal berries and fresh fruits, house-made yogurt parfaits, crispy hash browns and assorted juices, coffee and teas.
Travelers will hit a homerun when they decide to book one of the two Denver hotel packages that will save them plenty of green. Discover Downtown Denver and Weekends in Tech Center can be booked online or by calling 1-800-228-9290. Mention promotional code LPR for the Discover Downtown deal and promotional code XXAO for Weekends in Tech Center.
About the Denver Marriott Tech Center
The Denver Marriott Tech Center is convenient to Greenwood Village, Centennial Airport and Cherry Creek and Park Meadows malls. The Denver Tech Center hotel features 616 rooms and 12 suites on 11 floors along with 25 meeting rooms with 45,000 square feet of flexible space, an onsite restaurant and deli, state-of-the-art fitness center with cardio equipment and free weights, indoor and outdoor pools and a whirlpool. For information about the Energy Star-certified hotel, visit http://www.marriott.com/DENTC.