NEW YORK, Dec. 6, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Explore all the attractions that make New York City special during the holidays with the Renaissance New York Times Square Hotel's newest package – Explore New York, which includes:
- Luxury guest accommodations
- Two adult NYC Explorer Passes, plus a guidebook with choices of three out of 40 attractions* per pass
- A two-night minimum stay
- Breakfast for two (and up to two kids under age 12 eat free) or $50 Bonus Bucks (option varies by hotel)
- Rates from $324 - $634
- Offer valid seven days a week, through March 31, 2011
Explore the city's hidden treasures and so much more with this New York City vacation package – allowing you to choose three participating attractions* per pass, plus "skip the line" benefits; and discounts for shopping and restaurants, just in time for holiday gift giving.
Be sure promotional code CUE appears in the Corporate/ Promotional code box when making your online reservation, or call 800-834-6418 in the U.S. and ask for promotional code CUE.
*See sample list of participating attractions and discounts by visiting the New York City hotel deals page.
About Renaissance New York Times Square Hotel
Discover the center of location and luxury at the Renaissance New York Times Square Hotel Rising 26 stories above Times Square, this luxury hotel has the soul of a boutique New York City hotel, with beautifully crafted public interiors designed by renowned artist/ designer Jordan Mozer. This New York luxury hotel also features completely redesigned hotel guest rooms with luxurious bathrooms and state-of-the-art technology. Only steps away from Midtown's entertainment, attractions and Fortune 500 headquarters, this New York City hotel features R Lounge, overlooking the vibrant lights of Broadway, where guests can enjoy cocktails, small plates or a full meal. The hotel enjoys a Four-Diamond rating with AAA and is conveniently located on Seventh Avenue in Midtown Manhattan.
For more information or to make a reservation, call 212-765-7676 or visit www.marriott.com/nycrt.
SOURCE Renaissance New York Times Square Hotel