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Slip Away for a Winter Break With Low Rates at a Stylish Greenbelt Metro Station Hotel

Greenbelt Marriott Provides Full Service Destination for Restaurant Week Adventurers

GREENBELT, MD -- (Marketwired) -- 01/07/14 -- Slip away to a stylish hotel in Beltsville, MD for a well-deserved winter break and join in the celebration of fine dining as more than 230 metropolitan restaurants observe Restaurant Week Jan. 13-19.

Great dining choices are but a few of the many events and activities that make the D.C. area a popular winter destination and the Greenbelt Marriott welcomes travelers to take advantage of complimentary shuttle service to the nearby Greenbelt Metro Station which allows hotel guests to enjoy easy access to downtown Washington, D.C. and other area attractions for a fun and relaxed getaway. Visit Dupont Circle, H Street Corridor, Logan Circle or U Street to experience great restaurants with gourmet food, craft beers and craft cocktails. Or, head on over to National Harbor to check out the opening of a new Tanger Outlet Mall as well as a host of exciting restaurants. Greenbelt Marriott's central location provides something for everyone, making it easy to design a family adventure, couple's weekend or shopping extravaganza that will add excitement to what may otherwise be a long and boring winter.

Sponsored by the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington, the Winter 2014 Restaurant Week allows guests to book a table at any of the participating restaurants during the seven days of notable dining with a three-course lunch priced at $20.14 and dinner at just $35.14. A great opportunity to experience some of the finest restaurants in the area, the festival pairs nicely with a winter break, and this Greenbelt hotel's location makes it easy to pick and choose a variety of restaurant options for sampling throughout the week or a unique eating place for a special occasion.

Boasting a variety of deals, discounts, packages and savings, the Greenbelt Marriott offers full-service amenities and features a striking indoor pool the entire family can enjoy along with a fully-equipped fitness center and three options for on-site dining.

Booking an escape a winter escape to this stylish destination can easily be done online by clicking "Check Availability and Rates" at http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/wasgb-greenbelt-marriott/ or by calling 1-301-441-3700.

About the Greenbelt Marriott

The Greenbelt Marriott, conveniently located just off I-495 and near Highway 50, allows travelers easy access to Washington, D.C., Baltimore and Annapolis while providing the comfort of well-appointed guest rooms packed with amenities such as luxury linens, enhanced high-speed Internet access, Plug-In technology, premium movie channels and room service. A top pick among hotels near UMD, FedEx Field and other popular attractions, the Greenbelt Marriott has been aptly honored as a TripAdvisor 2013 Certificate of Excellence Award Winner and is an ideal choice for business or leisure travel featuring state-of-the-art meeting and event space ideal for hosting inspirational business meetings and elegant social gatherings.

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