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A ‘Birth Day’ Deal at Mystic Marriott

In celebration of New
Year’s babies worldwide, the AAA Four Diamond Mystic Marriott Hotel & Spa
is offering a one-time, “congratulatory” rate of $101.05 to all people
born on New Year’s Day. But you New Year’s babies better act quick, as
this promotion will only be available on a first come, first serve basis
from January 1-7, 2005. The catch—there will be a limited number of
guestrooms available at this promotional rate. And, oh yeah, don’t forget
those IDs. Available to any individual or group (in the same guestroom) with at least
one person born on New Year’s Day, the $101.05 rate (taxes not included)
represents a savings of over 60% on regular rates during the promotional
time period.

“While the world celebrates the arrival of the new year, we wanted to
extend the joyous occasion to the world’s special New Year’s arrivals,”
said Bill Munro, general manager. “They can treat themselves, or be
treated, to a wonderful stay at a highly discounted rate—just for being
born on January 1st. It’s a special rate, and a special week, to celebrate

Consumers choosing to take advantage of this exciting offer will have a
simple time getting to the Mystic Marriott Hotel & Spa, as it’s easily
accessible by plane, train and automobile. And once there, they’ll be able
to enjoy the hotel’s AAA Four Diamond Octagon steakhouse restaurant, as
well as the world famous Mystic Aquarium, Mystic Seaport, downtown Mystic
and a variety of other excellent restaurants, sights and attractions.

Of course, for those choosing to stay indoors, the Mystic Marriott Hotel &
Spa offers Connecticut’s only Red Door Spa by Elizabeth Arden, an indoor
pool and Jacuzzi; a Starbuck’s coffee bar; a second restaurant and bar for
lighter fare and evening cocktails; and a host of other amenities for the
entire family.

“Taking advantage of this exciting promotion will give the New Year’s
babies an opportunity to celebrate, explore or simply relax, all for just
being born on New Year’s Day,” states Munro. “The hotel wanted to
recognize and congratulate the first arrivals of every New Year.”