The hotel’s fresh Face-to-Fish Package bundles deluxe room accommodations with two tickets to the Aquarium of the Pacific and breakfast for two at the hotel’s new Promenade Café, serving California cuisine in a casual atmosphere.
Long Beach, CA (PRWEB) April 09, 2012
The term “gone fishing” has taken on a whole new meaning when it comes to vacationing or staycationing in the city by the sea.
The Renaissance Long Beach Hotel has designed a deal that won’t have visitors digging deep into their pockets while ensuring maximum enjoyment. The hotel’s fresh Face-to-Fish Package bundles deluxe room accommodations with two tickets to the Aquarium of the Pacific and breakfast for two at the hotel’s new Promenade Café, serving California cuisine in a casual atmosphere.
Guests can spend a day celebrating the Pacific Ocean while visiting more than 50 exhibits exploring the waters of Southern California and Baja, Northern Pacific and Tropical Pacific. Nearly 11,000 animals are featured including whales, sharks, sea turtles, clownfish and numerous other aquatic species. Whether taking a behind-the-scenes tour or harbor expedition or going face to face with a shark or sea creature, visitors will surely be “schooled” in the importance of conservation at the fourth largest aquarium in the United States. A 4-D movie will delight children and take them on a journey around the waters of the tropics and Antarctic with Sammy the Sea Turtle. The Aquarium of the Pacific is just three blocks from the hotel in Long Beach.
Vacationers can then “return to the shore” where chic, casual elegance awaits them in one of 360 rooms featuring an ocean or harbor view and decked out with plush bedding, a pillow-top mattress, down comforter and 300-count linens. Wireless Internet, flat-panel TVs and in-room coffee makers are other amenities.
Visitors can net the Face-to-Fish Package from now through Dec. 23 using promotional code ARN.
About the Renaissance Long Beach Hotel
The Renaissance Long Beach Hotel is in downtown Long Beach with the Long Beach Convention Center, Aquarium of the Pacific and California State University nearby. The hotel has 374 rooms, including 14 suites, with ocean and harbor views, plush bedding and wireless Internet. The Long Beach hotel features a casual restaurant; eclectic SIP Lounge; on-site Starbucks; state-of-the-art fitness center with cardio equipment, free weights and Lifecycle treadmill and outdoor pool and sauna. For information, visit http://www.marriott.com/LGBRN.