Friday, June 29, 2012

Renaissance Nob Hill Hotel Celebrates Fourth of July With Savings

“O say can you see” a Fourth of July vacation in the near future? One Nob Hill hotel offers guests a chance to celebrate Independence Day with style and savings thanks to a new hotel deal.

The Stanford Court Renaissance San Francisco Hotel welcomes travelers this holiday season with its Park and Stay hotel package. This Stanford Court hotel deal, perfect for holiday travelers driving into the city, includes deluxe accommodations and valet parking for one vehicle.

The Park and Stay Hotel deal is available now until December 31, 2012; however, during Fourth of July week (July 1 through July 7) the hotel is offering this new promotion at a special rate starting at just $189/night.

Parking your car without an added cost will come in handy on July 4, as guests staying at the popular Nob Hill hotel can walk or take a cable car, right in front of the hotel, around the city to visit many of the Bay Area’s popular attractions and Fourth of July events. From the legendary and popular fireworks show over the waterfront to Independence Day-themed cruises taking passengers up close to the pyrotechnics, there are plenty of exciting events just moments from the Stanford Court hotel.

After a night watching the dazzling fireworks around the city, guests can return to one of the best Nob Hill hotels and relax in luxurious hotel rooms. Well-appointed and featuring a sophisticated d├ęcor, the accommodations at the Stanford Court Renaissance San Francisco Hotel are a perfect choice for families and couples looking to enjoy the Fourth of July with a relaxing staycation or patriotic getaway.

To book the Park and Stay hotel deal visit http://www.marriott.com/sfosc and use promotional code TRS online or call 1-800-228-9290. This deal is available from now until December 31, 2012; a special Fourth of July rate will be available for guests staying July 1 through July 7, 2012. A limited number of rooms are available for this promotion. For more information, visit http://www.stanfordcourt.com