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Marriott Hotels To Offer Special Low Rates In Preparation For Daytona Bike Week

Gearing up for the 74th annual Bike Week, Marriott’s Daytona Beach hotels are giving bikers a chance to enjoy more than just the sights and sounds on Beach Street. Marriott is offering low rates on rooms located close to the motorcycle rally.

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Bikers heading to Daytona Beach Bike Week this year will find rates worth getting revved up for at Courtyard Daytona Beach Speedway/Airport and Residence Inn Daytona Speedway/Airport.  

daytona-beach-hotelsGearing up for the 74th annual Bike Week, Marriott’s Daytona Beach hotels are giving bikers a chance to enjoy more than just the sights and sounds on Beach Street. Marriott is offering low rates on rooms located close to the motorcycle rally. Bikers heading to the opening weekend on March 6-7, can book accommodations at Courtyard starting at just $229 a night or relax in a suites starting at $299 a night at Residence Inn.

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Daytona Beach Bike Week is a 10-day event packed with motorcycles, music and making memories, and offers attendees a chance to see a variety of motorcycle races, outdoor concerts and other events.

Visitors staying at Courtyard and Residence Inn will be able to relax and reenergize in these Daytona Beach hotels with a variety of amenities including luxury bedding, complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-panel TVs, coffee makers and cozy pull-out sofas.

For information about the special low rates, visit www.daytonabeachcourtyard.com or www.daytonabeachresidenceinn.com.

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