Courtyard by Marriott Offers Guests an Extra Hour of Rest this Daylight-Saving Time; Spring Forward with a Good Night's Rest and Reduce Rates

Mar 23, 1999, 00:00 ET from Courtyard by Marriott

    WASHINTON, March 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Courtyard by Marriott springs into
 daylight-saving time on Sunday, April 4, with a refreshing offer of late check
 out and reduced weekend rates.  Courtyard, the brand that never underestimates
 the importance of a good night's rest, is giving guests a free extra hour of
 sleep to make up for moving the clocks ahead.  On Sunday, April 4, check out
 is extended to 1 p.m. at all 400 Courtyard locations.
     Enabling its guests to rest even easier, Courtyard recharges travelers
 with spring value weekend rates ranging from $49 - $69, available
 April 1 through May 30, 1999.  These seasonal rates are valid Thursday through
 Sunday evenings at participating locations.
     Travelers can enjoy Courtyard's spacious accommodations, mini-gyms,
 whirlpools and free cable including HBO, ESPN and CNN.  Most importantly,
 Courtyard guests will receive:  a good night's rest.
     To make reservations at any location across the country, travelers can
 call 1-800-321-2211, contact their travel agent (rate is commissionable by
 10 percent) or visit Courtyard's web site at .
     Availability is limited and two-day advance reservations are required.
 Thursday night must be in conjunction with a Friday night stay to receive
 seasonal rates at participating locations.  Rates do not include tax.
     Voted by the readers of Entrepreneur magazine as the nation's favorite
 hotel chain, Courtyard by Marriott considers consumer feedback an important
 element of its planning and development.  Courtyard has nearly 400 hotels in
 more than 42 states, including the District of Columbia, with 10 hotels in the
 United Kingdom, 10 hotels in Germany, six hotels in China, three in Australia
 and one in Canada, Austria and France.

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