Residence Inn by Marriott New York Announces Penthouse Suite Naming Facebook Contest
Thursday July 18th, 2013 - 11:16AM JU
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NEW YORK, NY—The Residence Inn by Marriott New York Midtown East Hotel has announced its Penthouse Suite Naming Facebook Contest.
The new Penthouse Suite is a modern suite with 519 sq. ft. of livable space, lofty 15-ft. ceilings and generous amounts of natural light, providing guests with plenty of room and comfort during their stay in Manhattan. The private bedroom features a large bathroom with an over-sized shower.
To meet guests’ entertainment needs, the suite comes equipped with two flat-screen HD televisions that include cable channels. Additionally, the luxurious suite has a door that opens up to a private 335-sq.-ft. outdoor terrace, complete with lounge chairs and magnificent views of the Chrysler Building and Manhattan skylines.
To enter, Like the Residence Inn New York Manhattan Midtown East hotel’s Facebook page and view the penthouse photo gallery to get a feel for the suite. Then access the Penthouse Suite Naming Contest app and submit an entry. The most original, creative name will be selected after the contest closes, and the winner will receive a four-day/three-night trip for two to New York City to stay in this stunning penthouse suite, complete with breakfast.
The Grand Prize Winner will be determined based on consumer votes, relevance to the brand and New York City as well as the creativity and originality of the name. The contest opens Wednesday, July 17 and closes Wednesday, July 31.
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