Aruba Marriott Launches Promotion

To jump start a multi-million-dollar enhancement program, Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino has announced an 80-day promotional package, in honor of Marriott's 80th anniversary. The offer, which includes $240 worth of free amenities, will be available for a booking period of 80 days from the July 7 renovation start date and valid for a travel period of 80 days starting August 29 and continuing through November 17. The package starts at $249 per night and includes $80 complimentary gaming chips for Stellaris Casino, an 80-minute massage at Mandara Spa and $80 food and beverage credit. A five-night minimum stay is required. On July 7, Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino will begin a $40 million enhancement program, scheduled for completion by December 2007. The renovation will include a total makeover to each of the resort's 413 guest rooms, enhancements to La Vista-one of the main dining facilities-an overhaul of the lobby and reception area and upgrades and enhancements to the pool area. Visit [] or [].

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