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Stay Near Orange Regional Medical Center With Hudson Valley Hotel's Last Minute Rates

Comfortable Accommodations and Affordable Rates Found at Courtyard Middletown

MIDDLETOWN, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 07/28/14 -- When the unexpected happens it's good to know the comforts of home are close at hand. No one wants to be faced with a family member or friend in the hospital, but when it happens, one of the most comfortable hotels in Orange County, NY offers affordable "last minute" rates and is just a mile from the newly opened Orange Regional Medical Center.

Families who find themselves in this situation will be glad to know the Courtyard Middletown is close at hand and the Hudson Valley hotel's "Last Minute" rates are designed to provide affordable comfort for those who need to stay near the new medical facility.

The hotel's warm and welcoming accommodations near Goshen, NY include a variety of room types that offer up to 25% more space to work, relax or sleep than most hotel rooms and are a perfect choice for overnight or long-term stays. Thoughtful amenities give guests the comfort of home and peace of mind while pampering them with free wireless Internet access, plush bedding ensembles and in-room appliances including a mini-refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker. The hotel also features a relaxing courtyard area, complete with a gazebo, comfortable seating areas and chaise lounges so guests can enjoy some stress-free relaxation.

The Courtyard Middletown has also become one of the best environmentally-friendly hotels in New York and is one of the first hotels in Orange County, NY to receive the prestigious Energy Star Certification from the Environmental Protection Agency. The hotel also participates in the GreenLeaders program from TripAdvisor.

The hotel's "Last Minute" rates start as low as $131 per night and its location puts guests not only near the new medical center but close to Warwick, NY and other popular destinations including the Woodbury Commons Premium Outlets and West Point Military Academy.

About the Courtyard Middletown
The Courtyard Middletown welcomes travelers with spacious accommodations and a convenient location so they can make the most of their time in the Hudson Valley. Each guest room features a 37" HDTV, luxury bedding, well-lit work area with ergonomic chair, microwave, mini-refrigerator and free wireless high-speed internet. To further enhance the stay, the hotel offers a refreshing indoor pool and 24-hour fitness center and its high-tech lobby includes a business center and the Courtyard's popular GoBoard technology so guests can stay abreast of the latest news and weather. The Bistro offers breakfast choices and evening dinner and cocktail options so guests can relax and socialize, while handy media pods complete with plenty of power outlets and a flat-screen TV provide individual privacy or intimate space for small gatherings. The hotel's gracious amenities combined with exceptional service are designed to create an ideal hotel experience.

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Courtyard Middletown
24 Crystal Run Crossing
Middletown, New York 10941 USA
1-845-695-0606
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/swfcy-courtyard-middletown/

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