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Hotel in Downtown Toronto Offers Early Spring Escape for Shoppers
Shop 'Til You Drop With the Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel

TORONTO -- (Marketwire) -- 01/28/13 -- Getting to the Toronto Eaton Centre, downtown Toronto's largest mall, from the Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel couldn't be easier since this Hotel Near The CN Tower is directly connected to it via an indoor walkway. And with the hotel's Shop 'Til You Drop package, enjoying the mall's more than 230 retailers and restaurants couldn't be any more affordable.

Available weekends (Thurs-Sun) through 1 August 2013, the shopping package includes deluxe accommodations at this hotel in downtown Toronto, a $25 Cadillac Fairview gift card (valid at Toronto Eaton Centre or other Cadillac Fairview malls across Canada) OR a $25 HBC gift card (valid at The Bay or Home Outfitters) and a 2pm late checkout. This package is perfect for families, couples or singles, looking to get away over March Break and experience the excitement and fantastic shopping of downtown Toronto.

As the official hotel partner of the Toronto Eaton Centre, this Toronto Marriott puts guests just steps from the gorgeous glass galleria, where a diverse roster of retailers includes Abercrombie & Fitch, Apple, BCBG Max Azria, Club Monaco, Coach, Eddie Bauer, Forever 21, H&M, J. Crew, Lacoste, Michael Kors, Sephora, Williams-Sonoma and Zara.

After a full day of retail therapy, refuel with a snack or meal. Those who want to drop off their bags in their room and then grab a bite will find everything from an extensive breakfast buffet and energizing lunch, to a romantic dinner and elegant cocktails at the hotel's own Trios Bistro; with a bar that overlooks the historic Trinity Square.

Whether shopping for an entire weekend is your goal or taking in some major attractions, the Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel puts you just steps away from the city's most exciting attractions including Rogers Centre, the Royal Ontario Museum and the CN Tower. You'll also enjoy full access to the hotel's fitness centre, whirlpool and 18th-floor rooftop swimming pool which are the perfect way to unwind.

To book the Shop 'Til You Drop downtown Toronto hotel deal, visit www.marriott.com/specials/mesOffer.mi?marrOfferId=769637&displayLink=true, or call 1-800-905-0667; be sure to enter/ask for promotional code SHO.

About the Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel
Downtown Toronto is buzzing, from its world-class dining to its big-name entertainment. The Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre puts visitors within walking distance of it all, including the Rogers Centre, University of Toronto, Dundas Square and Eaton Centre shopping complex, directly connected to the hotel via an indoor walkway. This hotel's stylish accommodations offer Marriott's signature bedding package, with plush featherbeds, designer duvets and down comforters. In-room amenities also include high-speed Internet access, a plug-in panel, desk with ergonomic chair, coffee/tea service, 32-inch LCD TV and room service. Get upgraded amenities and 50% more space than an average Toronto hotel room with concierge-level accommodations. Guests will find some of Toronto's finest dining at the hotel's Trios Bistro, featuring the culinary skills of Marriott International's 2010 Chef of the Year Morgan Wilson. Cap off a great dinner with custom cocktails at the elegant bar overlooking historic Trinity Square. The 18th-floor pool also offers a great city view. A state-of-the-art health club allows travellers to keep fit while on the road. This business-friendly downtown hotel is ideal for meetings, corporate functions or any social celebration, offering more than 18,000 sq. ft. of flexible meting and event space.

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