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San Diego Marriott Mission Valley Offers Meeting Planners A Big Advantage With i-Pad Mini Offer

Meeting and event planners will receive a tablet loaded with Marriott's new app when booking 75 cumulative rooms at the Mission Valley hotel

SAN DIEGO, March 6, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The San Diego Marriott Mission Valley seeks to make meeting planning easier than ever with a limited-time deal that adds an "I" to team.

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Meeting and event coordinators choosing the newly renovated Mission Valley hotel to host their next event will receive an iPad mini when they book 75 cumulative rooms before April 30, 2014. Available on the iPad mini will be the new Marriott Meeting Services app, allowing companies to instantly connect with Marriot professionals, stay up-to-date on all of the information for their event and make changes on the fly.

Centrally located between downtown San Diego and Qualcomm Stadium, the hotel's event space includes 19 meeting rooms with 28,000 square feet and a maximum of 18 breakout rooms. The Rio Vista Grand Ballroom, the largest of all the meeting spaces, occupies Salons A-H, contains 8,448 square feet of flexible space and can host up to 1,100 people.

In addition to the complimentary iPad mini, the San Diego Mission Valley hotel offers planners numerous services and equipment to eliminate the hassle of conducting off-site meetings. All of the meeting rooms, guest rooms and public areas in the hotel offer wireless Internet access at 100 MBS, ideal for pulling information, statistics, videos and presentations off of the Web. Friendly Marriott staff will be able to offer guests business services such as copying, faxing, printing and overnight shipping and delivery. A notary public and translator are also available.

Knowledgeable staff members support the hotel's state-of-the-art audio and visual equipment including 35 mm projectors, CD players, film projectors, LCD projectors, portable PA systems, portable stages and TV and video cameras.

After long hours of strategic planning, professionals staying at the hotel near SeaWorld San Diego will enjoy relaxing in comfortable reimagined rooms with thoughtful amenities. New bedding, décor, furnishings and lighting will excite travelers the second they step foot into the guest rooms. The work areas in all rooms sport ergonomic chairs and mobile writing tables, making it simple to take in the views of America's finest city. High-speed wireless Internet access keeps professionals well-connected to conduct business at any time. Lock systems on guest room doors use radio frequency identifications so keys don't get erased or demagnetized. The new laptop safes provide additional peace of mind.

When work is done, travelers can relax in plush bathrobes while snuggled up in luxurious beds topped with cotton-rich linens, down comforters and custom duvets. Other in-room amenities that business professionals will appreciate include flat-screen TVs for late-night entertainment, coffeemakers for that necessary jolt of java to start the day, and irons and ironing boards so meeting clothes can be well-pressed.

Business professionals have access to the San Diego Mission Valley hotel's state-of-the-art fitness center equipped with cardiovascular equipment and free weights overlooking the heated outdoor pool and whirlpool. The renovated lobby offers comfortable seating areas with communal tables and plenty of plug-in areas for impromptu gatherings to discuss the day's events, while a reinvigorated outdoor space provides the ideal excuse to "tear down walls" and host meetings in Southern California's great weather surrounded by native plants and gardens.

To take advantageous of one of the newest San Diego Mission Valley hotel deals, visit www.ipadpromotion.marriott.com or call the sales team at 1-619-692-3800.

About the San Diego Marriott Mission Valley

The newly remodeled San Diego Marriott Mission Valley at 8757 Rio San Diego Drive in San Diego, CA, is near Qualcomm Stadium, Diego Zoo, SeaWorld San Diego, historic Old Towne San Diego, Petco Park, the Gaslamp District and Birch Aquarium at Scripps. The green line of the San Diego Trolley system makes stops all through Mission Valley and connects with downtown and the Gaslamp Quarter. The hotel features 345 rooms and 11 suites on 17 floors as well as 19 meeting rooms with 28,000 square feet of flexible event space, two concierge levels with a lounge, a restaurant, Starbucks, fitness center, outdoor pool and whirlpool. For information, visit www.marriott.com/SANMV or call 1-619-692-3800. Like the San Diego Marriott Mission Valley on Facebook and add the hotel to a circle on Google Plus.

Media Contact: Christy Caporale, San Diego Marriott Mission Valley, 1-949-471-8489, [email protected]

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