$1 Night Promo for Los Angeles JW Marriott

Feb 15, 2011

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To celebrate the one year anniversary of the JW Marriott in downtown Los Angeles, Marriott is running a crazy promotion where you can get the Chairman’s Suite for $1 a night. Obviously only a limited number of rooms will be made for this promotion, but it’s worth a shot anyway. The rooms go on sale today at 8am Pacific Time (11EST for those mathematically challenged). I’m not sure if I’ll be at the computer, but it would be great if a TPG reader snagged one of these rooms.

While I haven’t stayed at this JW, I have been there for a private event on the rooftop pool and I have to say it is a gorgeous property. I was also impressed with downtown LA and highly recommend the restaurant Rivera.

Promotion link. Details:

Happy Birthday to us, a gift for you. To celebrate our 1st birthday, we will offer 10 “Happy Birthday” packages, valued at $4,000 each, for $1.00.

The “Happy Birthday” package includes:

  • Overnight accommodations in the Chairman Suite, the hotel’s most luxurious 1,566 square-foot suite over looking the Los Angeles skyline
  • Two glasses of Champagne at gLAnce Wine Bar
  • Breakfast for two at LA Market restaurant
  • Complimentary valet parking

Tip of the hat to Ric at Loyalty Traveler for this one.

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