Courtyard Seattle Downtown/Lake Union Hotel's Holiday Deal A Shot In The Arm For Local Merchants

Downtown Seattle hotel's package includes $50 Visa gift card for each night booked, complimentary high-speed Internet, deluxe accommodations.

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The weather at home may be frightful, but a new holiday shopping package from the Courtyard Seattle Downtown/Lake Union will surely be delightful.

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) December 07, 2012

Let them shop. Let them save. Let them snore.

The weather at home may be frightful, but this hotel deal in the Pacific Northwest is delightful! A new holiday shopping package from the Courtyard Seattle Downtown/Lake Union will surely be delightful for travelers making their way to grandma’s house – or any other special destination – this season.

The downtown Seattle hotel’s Deck the Malls Package offers deluxe accommodations from $129 to $169 along with free high-speed Internet and a $50 Visa gift card for each night booked. That means vacationers who book two nights at the Seattle Lake Union hotel can earn $100, while three-day weekends can garner a cool $150.

Visitors can spend that extra green in the Evergreen State at Pike Place Market and The Outlet Collection and experience more than 125 stores and restaurants within 2 miles of the downtown Seattle hotel while taking in the holiday sights and sounds.

Pike Place Market is one of the oldest continually operated public farmers’ markets in the United States and features a variety of antique dealers and collectible stores including Antiques at Pike Place, Antique Touch, Golden Age Collectables and Raven’s Nest Treasures; clothing and jewelry shops such as Earth Wind & Fire Boutique, Marakesh Leather, Me and Mom’s Hats and Sunshine Jewelry; specialty gifts and merchandise from Dragon’s Toy Box, Holy Cow Records and Lamplight Books; along with fresh produce stands and craft stalls that attract nearly 10 million visitors annually. More than 50 family-owned restaurants serve everything from fresh seafood, pizza, Thai food and burritos to German sausages, baked treats, homemade soups and burgers to keep shoppers well fueled as they spend hours looking for Christmas or Hanukkah gifts.

The Outlet Connection, formerly the SuperMall of the Great Northwest, offers more than 100 stores for bargain hunters to find the perfect holiday gift. Whether it’s clothes, jewelry, accessories, toys, electronics or art, the center has something for everyone at prices below retail stores.

One of 250 rooms will beckon the tired and weary after hours of retail therapy at the market and outlet center. Guests will be able to get all snug in their beds featuring cotton-rich linens, down comforters and plenty of white, fluffy pillows while visions of savings dance in their heads. Other amenities meant to pamper guests include complimentary high-speed Internet, in-room coffeemakers, large desks with ergonomic chairs, irons and ironing boards and Paul Mitchell products in bathrooms.

Trekkers will be able to enjoy a hearty breakfast buffet at the hotel in downtown Seattle, Washington before heading off on their merry way.

Visitors can make the season jolly by taking advantage of the Deck the Malls Package through Dec. 31 and should use promotional code SHO when booking online or calling 800-228-9290.