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Warm Up This Year's Holiday Celebrations at Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld

Enjoy up to $200 in Resort Credit With Orlando Hotel Package

ORLANDO, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 11/20/13 -- The holidays are a particularly joyous time for kids, and the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld® is offering a package that guarantees a whale of a time for both the young and young at heart.

Every holiday season, SeaWorld transforms into a winter wonderland for SeaWorld's Christmas Celebration™. Held November 23rd through December 31st, the event features holiday-themed attractions, shows and decorations, bringing the spirit of the season to this warm-weather destination. Guests of this hotel in Orlando, an official SeaWorld hotel partner, enjoy numerous benefits, including front-of-the-line passes, and a convenient location just across the street from the theme park.

During SeaWorld's Christmas Celebration, guests of all ages will be entertained. The Sea of Trees sets the scene, with more than 100 decorated trees with lights that dance to holiday music. Visitors can head to the North Pole to meet Santa aboard THE POLAR EXPRESS, or join him for Santa's Fireside Feast, where families can dine on holiday favorites and have their photo taken with the jolly guy himself.

Of course it wouldn't be SeaWorld without some stars of the water world. Clyde Sea Lion® and Seamore Sea Lion® star in Countdown to Christmas, a comedic show featuring sea lions, otters, an elf and a walrus. The Shamu family of killer whales star in Shamu® Christmas Miracles, an evening show that features holiday music, soaring theatrics and a heart-warming story. Live animals share the stage with puppets in O Wondrous Night, a show based on The Christmas Story and featuring more than 30 carols.

Visitors will have even more to celebrate with a special hotel package in Orlando. With the Holiday Getaway Event, guests will receive a $50 resort credit each night of their stay, with the opportunity to earn a $200 resort credit with a 4-night stay. With rates starting at just $169 a night, families can save big on a holiday vacation, applying the resort credit to everything from dining to golf to spa.

To book accommodations in Orlando, Florida with this special offer, visit www.marriott.com/specials/mesOffer.mi?marrOfferId=782727&displayLink=true, or call 1-800-721-6996 in the US and ask for promotional code P91. Reservations must be made by December 15, 2013, but stays can take place all the way through January 31, 2014.

ABOUT RENAISSANCE
Renaissance Hotels encourages guests to Live Life to Discover(SM) at more than 155 hotels in 35 countries around the world including this family hotel in Orlando. Each hotel is unique and every stay offers an opportunity to explore local discoveries exclusive to the destination. At every hotel, Renaissance Navigators are local experts ready to assist guests in discovering local flavors and activities. Signature RLife LIVE entertainment events are designed to showcase emerging talent in music, the arts, culinary and more to inspire discovery. R.E.N. Meetings offers groups an experience beyond a traditional meeting rooted in creative sensory meeting design, RLife LIVE networking events and custom curated local Navigator excursions. At Renaissance Hotels, we work to ensure that every trip is transformed into an eye-opening, unforgettable journey. You spend your life working, you should discover the world as you go. To discover more visit www.renhotels.com.

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