Free metro passes offered by downtown Washington. D.C. hotel
December 3, 2011 by Sarah
The Courtyard Marriott in Washington, District of Columbia located at the United States Capitol is offering a special ‘Metro Ride for Free in DC’ package beginning this holiday season and running through September 26, 2012. The hotel is an excellent location to be able to make this offer as it is located at the New York Ave/Galludet stop on the Red Line of the Washington, D.C. Metro and one stop from Union Station. Other attractions such as the Smithsonian museums, the National Mall with all its monuments and museums, the Library of Congress and the White House are also just a few stops away on the Metro. The hotel has used various printing services to change its brochures to include information about this package and created flyers and other printed material to be distributed along highway tourist stops in the Washington, D.C. area.
The “Metro Ride for Free” package includes two all-day metro passes for each night booked at the hotel. The hotel is known to offer deluxe accommodations and has many additional facilities and functions for its guests. There is a food court that is opened around the clock as well as a restaurant for the breakfast and dinner meals. There is a Boarding Pass Station in the lobby where guests can prepare for their airline flights as well as a GoBoard Station that has complete information about Washington, D.C. including restaurant recommendations, weather, news and local attractions. A display stand is clearly visible in the lobby with flyers and brochures for those that want printed material at hand.