Check out Bethesda North Marriott Hotel’s Cherry Blossom Package!

Check out Bethesda North Marriott Hotel’s Cherry Blossom Package!

Living in the D.C. metro area, we know that the start of spring means the National Cherry Blossom Festival is just around the corner. And, now that it’s in full bloom until April 13, an affordable and accessible hotel in White Flint is offering special prices to celebrate. Bethesda North Marriott Hotel and Conference Center is having a special Cherry Blossom Package through April 20th.

The festival provides a wonderful time to visit our nation’s capital. The hotel is located right near the White Flint Metro station along the red line of the Metro, providing easy and accessible transportation straight downtown to all the Cherry Blossom festivities. For a complete schedule of events for the festival, click here.  Or, it’s a great way for locals to enjoy a little “staycation!”

The rates start at $139 for the Cherry Blossom package. You can book online at http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/wasbn-bethesda-north-marriott-hotel-and-conference-center/ or call 1-800-228-9290. Just use promotional code V2X.  The hotel offers “comfortable overnight accommodations that include complimentary Internet access, free self-parking, snacks upon arrival and a daily breakfast buffet for two.” Families and individuals can find a nice, relaxing, and inviting hotel to stay after touring around D.C. and all the festival activities all day.

For more information, you can contact the hotel at:

Bethesda North Marriott Hotel & Conference Center

5701 Marinelli Road

North Bethesda, Maryland 20852

1-301-822-9200

http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/wasbn-bethesda-north-marriott-hotel-and-conference-center/

Rebecca Hertz

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Rebecca Hertz is the Assistant Executive Director of Friends of White Flint. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in International Development and Social Change from Clark University, Worcester Massachusetts in 2012. She completed her Master’s Degree from Clark University, as well, in Community Development and Planning in 2013. She is interested in how built environments impact the health and growth of communities. Prior to this role, she worked as a youth worker and mentor for several non-profit organizations in Maryland and Massachusetts. She grew up in Rockville, MD and has recently moved back to the region.

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