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Marriott International

November 12, 2014 13:01 ET

Downtown New Orleans Hotel Deals Make for Happy Holidays

Marriott Rewards Members Earn a Free Night's Stay at the New Orleans Marriott

NEW ORLEANS, LA--(Marketwired - Nov 12, 2014) - Holiday gift-giving doesn't always have to be altruistic. Sometimes it's a good idea to give yourself a little something extra, like a winter escape at the New Orleans Marriott during its Holiday Bonus Days promotion. Joining forces with other French Quarter hotels in New Orleans, this property is rewarding visitors handsomely when they enjoy two nights of arts, culture and carousing in The Big Easy.

Available exclusively to Marriott Rewards members, Holiday Bonus Days is one of the most compelling French Quarter hotel deals this season. It gifts travelers with 7,500 Rewards Points when they book a two-night stay at the New Orleans Marriott or another participating hotel between November 1, 2014 and January 11, 2015. Guests can redeem those points for one night's stay at select JW Marriott, Renaissance and Marriott hotels.

The promotion is an ideal time to sign up for the Marriott Rewards program, especially when travelers can enjoy an extra night at a property like the New Orleans Marriott. Unique among New Orleans hotels near Bourbon Street, this property offers more than 1,300 guest rooms and suites; 80,000 square feet of event space; and three dining options that include an award-wining restaurant and an onsite Starbucks. Its contemporary styling and subtle sophistication complement the surrounding area's countless attractions, from the Audubon Zoo and Aquarium, to the National World War II Museum, to the legendary revelry of the French Quarter itself.

In addition to the New Orleans Marriott, the Renaissance New Orleans Pere Marquette Hotel, Renaissance New Orleans Arts Hotel, JW Marriott New Orleans and New Orleans Downtown Marriott at the Convention Center are all extending this outstanding downtown New Orleans hotel deal. Plus travelers can take advantage of the promotion at select full-service hotels in Atlanta, Nashville, Chicago, Kansas City and Iowa.

To secure the offer, travelers should use the promotional code M41 when booking reservations. Blackout dates may apply. For more information, travelers are invited to visit

About the New Orleans Marriott
Ideally situated near Bourbon Street, the New Orleans Marriott can make any business trip or vacation one to remember. Not only does its location afford easy access to the best New Orleans museums, restaurants and nightlife, but its position also yields spectacular views of the majestic Mississippi River. And the hotel's features are as impressive as those of its surroundings. The guest rooms feature Revive bedding and high-speed Wi-Fi, while the 49 meeting rooms can accommodate any conference or wedding with stylish, seamless service. Guests can tuck into acclaimed American fare at 5 Fifty 5, or start the night off with a swanky lounge experience at 55 Fahrenheit. Any overindulgences, meanwhile, are easily remedied at the hotel's fully-equipped fitness center and heated outdoor pool, which make staying fit as appealing as living the good life.

About the Downtown New Orleans Hotels by Marriott
Welcoming travelers with luxury, convenience and spectacular locations, downtown New Orleans Hotels by Marriott embrace the spirit of this legendary city. Cultural experiences and a boutique feel inform both the Renaissance New Orleans Pere Marquette Hotel and the Renaissance New Orleans Arts Hotel, while the JW Marriott New Orleans combines luxe accommodations with a premier address near the best entertainment and attractions. Also on Canal Street is the New Orleans Marriott, whose impressive location and event space is rivaled only by the New Orleans Downtown Marriott at the Convention Center, which is located in on the river in a historic, 19th-century cotton mill. With so many perspectives on The Big Easy to choose from, travelers can select the unparalleled experience the best suits them.

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