SOURCE: Marriott International

Marriott International

October 14, 2014 17:40 ET

Travelers Steep Themselves in Seasonal Attractions at the Courtyard Lancaster

The Award-Winning Property Is a Top Destination Among Lancaster, PA Hotels

LANCASTER, PA--(Marketwired - Oct 14, 2014) - Autumn is a time for colorful foliage, ripening pumpkins and, for those visiting Lancaster, Pennsylvania, an abundance of entertainment and events. With everything on the city's calendar from theater productions to outdoor mazes, there's something to do or see all season long. And no place makes it more memorable than the Courtyard Lancaster.

Conveniently located among Pennsylvania hotels near Dutch Wonderland, the American Music Theatre, the historic Strasburg Railroad and much more, this property makes it easy for guests to see the area's top attractions any time of year. But it's the hotel's service and comfort that help make vacations unforgettable. A state-of-the-art lobby, spacious guest rooms, ample recreational opportunities and relaxing outdoor spaces like the courtyard and gazebo all add up to one hotel that puts positive guest experiences at the top of its priorities. Such dedication led to the property recently winning Marriott's Diamond Award for Outstanding Customer Satisfaction.

Considering its reputation and amenities, this accommodation in Lancaster serves as an ideal base from which guests can explore the area's abundant fall events. Visitors eager for a taste of culture can cap off a day spent browsing the galleries and shops along Prince Street with a performance of "Lend Me a Tenor." Hailed as "the funniest play written in the past 30 years," the performance will play throughout October at the historic and renowned Fulton Theatre.

Those who crave thrills and chills this season can summon their courage; depart the safe environs of this top choice among hotels in Lancaster County and head to the Field of Screams. With haunted houses, hayrides and trails all on offer, this monument to the macabre has earned the distinction of being the country's No. 1 haunted attraction.

Visitors who want less fright and more delight can explore The Amazing Maize Maze at Cherry Crest Adventure farm where five acres of paths, bridges and clues entertain adults and kids alike. Or travelers can spend a day hobnobbing with King Henry VIII and his first of six wives at the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire. Located at Mount Hope Estate & Winery, the festival gets into full swing with swordplay, troubadours, markets, chivalry and, of course, plenty of turkey legs on weekends through October 26.

However guests choose to spend their vacation, the Courtyard Lancaster's style, service and amenities ensure that the trip is as spectacular as the range of things to do and see.

About the Courtyard Lancaster
Designed to offer contemporary comfort to business and leisure travelers, the Courtyard Lancaster feels fresh, modern and irresistibly inviting. Guests enjoy award-winning service and top amenities like an indoor pool and whirlpool, a 24-hour fitness center, a business center and free Internet access. The Bistro fuels its guests with healthy breakfasts, lunches and dinners, as well as Starbucks coffee and evening cocktails. And guest rooms refresh weary travelers with luxury bedding, mini-refrigerators and in-room coffee service. As one of Lancaster, PA's best hotels near attractions like the Sight and Sound Theatre, The Amish Village, the Strasburg Railroad and Franklin and Marshall College, the property also affords endless opportunities for sightseeing.

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