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Downtown Baltimore Hotel Offers Romance Packages for Couples
Residence Inn, an Inner Harbor Hotel, Serves Up Dinner & Romance

BALTIMORE, MD -- (Marketwire) -- 01/14/13 -- Enjoy this year's Valentine's Day celebration by spending time at the Inner Harbor. Residence Inn Baltimore Downtown/Inner Harbor is proud to offer romance packages couples will love. Choose from three packages at this hotel in Baltimore.

The first package, at $169 plus 15.5% tax, includes accommodations in a one-bedroom suite, overnight parking, a romance gift, and complimentary breakfast buffet. The second package, at $194 plus 15.5% tax, features everything featured in the first package, as well as dinner for two at 17 Light restaurant. And, the third package, at $90 plus tax, includes dinner for two at 17 Light restaurant and two-hour parking.

The Inner Harbor hotel suites included in the first two packages feature a full kitchen, separate living and dining areas, and complimentary Internet access. Dinner at 17 Light, which is at the hotel and known among Baltimore Harbor restaurants, includes one shared appetizer, two entrees, one shared dessert, and a bottle of wine. The romance gift, which is placed in the suite prior to guests' arrivals, features a bouquet of fresh flowers surrounded by Hershey Kisses and a bottle of champagne to enjoy.

The Residence Inn is located in the heart of Baltimore near the Inner Harbor, Baltimore Aquarium, MD Science Center and many shops and restaurants on the waterfront. The on-site Market, open 24 hours, keeps hunger at bay. Guests can enjoy a hearty breakfast every morning and the Manager's Social on select evenings in the new Hearth Room. While at the hotel, guests can maintain their fitness routine anytime in the 24-hour fitness center.

These romance package deals are just a sample of available Baltimore vacation packages, such as last-minute weekend deals. To make reservations for one of these Romance Packages, please call Lindsey Goforth at 410-454-8891 or visit www.marriott.com/bwihb. The Romance Packages are valid through February 15, 2013.

About the Residence Inn Baltimore Downtown/Inner Harbor
Discover one of the top extended-stay Baltimore Inner Harbor hotels: Residence Inn Baltimore Downtown/Inner Harbor. Conveniently located among extended-stay hotels in Baltimore, MD, Residence Inn is just steps from Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore Aquarium and famed waterfront shopping and dining at Inner Harbor. This contemporary hotel in Baltimore gives sports enthusiasts easy access to top attractions, such as Oriole Park at Camden Yards, First Mariner Arena and M&T Bank Stadium. The ideal retreat for today's business traveler, the Baltimore extended-stay suites feature plush bedding, fully equipped kitchens and free high-speed Internet. If you're planning an event, our hotel features more than 1,500 square feet of meeting space that can accommodate fully catered events for up to 90 people. The on-site restaurant and lounge, 17 Light, is open for lunch, dinner and room service. Enjoy top quality at one of the best full-service, all-suite Inner Harbor hotels Baltimore has to offer at Residence Inn.

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