Take Advantage of Autumn with Fall Packages From Millennium Hotels and Resorts

NEW YORK, NY – August 16, 2006 – Don’t let your great travel experiences end with Labor Day. The autumn months are some of the best times to travel, with smaller crowds, seasonable weather, and great choices for hotel packages across the country. This fall, Millennium Hotels and Resorts is allowing travelers to scale new heights, including the Gateway Arch in St. Louis and the mammoth Purple Bridge in Cincinnati, experience a symphony orchestra, gain VIP tickets to some of the popular museums in the world or indulge with luxurious spa treatments, shopping and romance, among other great fall offerings.

Combining accommodations and special hotel amenities with some of the country’s most exciting cultural venues, great entertainment, national landmarks or favorite leisure activities, Millennium Hotels and Resorts is offering outstanding value as well as a convenient way to get the most out of every trip.

The following packages are available for reservation by calling 866-866-8086 or visiting www.millenniumhotels.com (all packages subject to availability):

Millennium Alaskan Hotel: The emphasis is on romance in Alaska with two packages designed to pamper. The “Sweetheart Getaway,” priced at $149 per night, includes a chilled bottle of champagne and chocolates on the pillow as well as complimentary use of the hotel’s health club, sauna, steam room and hot tub. The “Sensational Romance” package, priced at $495 per night, includes a bouquet of roses, champagne, a romantic dinner for two, full breakfast and accommodations in a room with its own hot tub.

The Millennium Alaskan also offers a “Weekend Shopper’s Escape” including a $30 food and beverage credit and complimentary transportation to the 5th Ave Mall, starting at $119 per night, and a “Weekend Bed and Breakfast” plan, starting at $119 per night. All Millennium Alaskan packages are available from September 22, 2006 through April 30, 2007.

Millennium Biltmore Hotel (Los Angeles): The essential ingredient for every visit to Los Angeles? Valet parking, of course, and the Millennium Biltmore’s fall packages all include it. In addition to convenient valet parking, stay at the Biltmore and receive tickets to the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) by booking the “Museum” package, starting at $189 for two (weekends only), or rekindle “Wedding Romance,” which includes a one-bedroom suite, chocolate truffles and champagne, full breakfast for two and two Biltmore bathrobes starting at $379 (weekends only). The hotel’s “Classic Weekend” package, featuring accommodations and valet parking, is priced starting at $149. All packages are valid through 2006.

Millennium Bostonian Hotel: A bedside fireplace for the ultimate in coziness, Godiva Hot Chocolate and Cherry Cordials, and a full American breakfast for two in Seasons restaurant or in the room are the highlights of the hotel’s “Fireside” package, priced from $299 per room.

The hotel also offers a “Bed and Breakfast” package priced from $169 per night. Stay in the elegant Millennium Bostonian Hotel, located directly across the street from Faneuil Hall Marketplace, and enjoy the bubbling brew of shops, restaurants, street performers, and events that serve up great food, fun and people watching. Both packages are valid weekends through March 31, 2007.

Millennium Broadway Hotel (New York): Millennium Broadway has got it all this fall, starting with a convenient location in the heart of Manhattan’s Times Square and near Broadway’s Theater District, Restaurant Row and just steps away from Fifth Avenue shopping.

The four-star deluxe hotel is featuring its highly popular “MoMA Package” which includes elegant accommodations, continental breakfast in the popular Restaurant Charlotte, and two VIP tickets to the Museum of Modern Art, one of the most important museums in the world. Standard package priced from $339, with Premier room package upgrades also available priced from $399. Valid through December 30, 2006.

The “Broadway plus Breakfast” package includes accommodations and breakfast at Restaurant Charlotte, priced from $329 and available through December 30, 2006 (weekends only).

Millennium Airport Hotel, Buffalo (New York): Lead the charge to Buffalo, New York this fall with value-added deals from the Millennium Airport Hotel that offer shopping, relaxation and sight-seeing. Shoppers can enjoy the “Sleep, Shop ‘N Save” package, which includes a $25 gift card redeemable at any of the Walden Galleria Mega Mall’s 200 cinemas, restaurants and shops. Rates for the package begin at $119, excluding tax and gratuity and based on availability. Valid through December 31, 2006.

The hotel is offering travelers the opportunity to visit the Buffalo Zoo, one of the city’s most popular attractions and one of the oldest zoos in the U.S., with its “Snooze ‘N Zoo” package. Package includes complimentary admission for four to the Buffalo Zoo, where visitors will be able to get closer to nature with creatures such as bison, elephants, hyenas, llamas, marmosets, polar bears, snowy owls and zebras. Rates for the package begin at $129, plus tax and based on availability. Reservations are required with package available through December 31, 2006. The hotel is also offering its “Bed & Breakfast” package which includes overnight accommodations and a full American breakfast for two in the popular Waldens Restaurant. Rates for the package begin at $99, excluding tax and gratuity, based on availability and valid through December 31, 2006.

Millennium Hotel Cincinnati: The “Purple People Bridge Climb,” offering spectacular views from the top of a brightly colored bridge high above the Ohio River, is the star attraction of the “View from the Top” package, priced at $205 which includes accommodations and Continental breakfast for two.

For a cultural change of pace, the hotel also offers the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, the fifth oldest in America, as the headline act for its “A Night at the Symphony” package priced from $175 and including Continental breakfast. Both packages are available through November 30, 2006.

Millennium Hotel Durham: The Millennium Hotel Durham’s “Duke Arts” package is well-worth an encore from anyone visiting the Duke University campus. The package, priced at $139, features deluxe accommodations on the Millennium Club level, continental breakfast and a maximum rebate of $50 per room, per stay for any event at Cameron Indoor Stadium or any of Duke University’s theaters or museums. Receipts or ticket stubs must be presented upon check-out to claim the rebate. Millennium Club level accommodations include complimentary high-speed Internet access with wireless access available in the hotel’s lobby and Varsity Lounge. Guests also have the option of taking a late check out at 2:00 p.m. The “Duke Arts” package is available through December 30, 2006.

Millennium Harvest House, Boulder: Fishermen (and women) and hikers are among the guests of honor this fall in Colorado. The hotel’s “Rocky Mountain Anglers” package, starting at $368 per night, features accommodations, a half-day guided fishing expedition, with fishing license, equipment, transportation and a gift backpack included.

A “Take a Hike” package, starting at $144 per night, includes trail maps for mountain hiking and an American buffet breakfast for two. And for those who prefer to take it easy, the hotel offers a fall “Bed and Breakfast” package priced from $115, with breakfast served in the Thyme on the Creek restaurant. All Millennium Harvest House packages are available throughout 2006.

Millennium Knickerbocker Hotel (Chicago): Chicago becomes a playground for all ages this fall, with four leisure packages showcasing some of the city’s finest attractions. “Park & Play,” priced from $199, is the ideal option for a driving getaway and includes overnight valet parking and turndown service with a daily weather report to plan the day. This package is valid through December 30, 2006.

“Millennium Moments,” from $209, includes accommodations, a Millennium Park Guide and foldout map, bottles of Fiji Water or coffee to enjoy during a walk in Chicago’s newest attraction, Millennium Park, as well as a $25 gift card for lunch or dinner at the Millennium Park Café. Valid September 5, 2006 through November 24, 2006.

Complimentary admission for two to the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago is the focus of “Museum Package,” priced from $179 and available from September 5, 2006 through December 30, 2006. Please note, the museum is closed on Mondays. The “Key to Your Heart” package, priced from $249, includes two romantically red martinis in the hotel’s stylish Martini Bar, full American breakfast for two, a box of gourmet chocolates, a book of romantic poetry and flower petals on the pillow with turndown service. Available through December 30, 2006.

Millennium Maxwell House Hotel (Nashville): “Art is just the Start” of things with the Frist Center for the Visual Arts package, with complimentary museum passes for a family of tour, transportation to the Center, deluxe overnight accommodations and buffet breakfast for all. The package is priced at $140 per family per night and is valid through December 30, 2006.

Millennium Hotel Minneapolis: One of the country’s most dynamic art museums is the centerpiece this fall in the Millennium Hotel Minneapolis’ “Walker Art Center” package. In addition to two admissions to the museum, the package includes accommodations and full American breakfast for two. Priced from $139 and based on availability.

Millennium Resort, Scottsdale McCormick Ranch: As perfect golfing weather arrives, guests in Scottsdale can create their own customized golf package. The resort has special pricing for area courses with easy access to more than 85 others, so whether the goal is world-class championship golf or great savings, guests can find superior value. Accommodations may include two- or three-bedroom villas or guestrooms. A three-course package in Scottsdale starts at $297.

Millennium Hotel St. Louis: The internationally famous Gateway Arch is celebrating its 40th anniversary and the hotel’s tribute is a package that includes accommodations, breakfast for two, a keepsake pin and two tickets for the tram ride to the top of the arch as well as a movie about it. The “Gateway Arch 40th Celebration” package is priced from $139.

The hotel also offers a “Just for Kids” package, including accommodations, milk and cookies, four tickets to the Magic House and the City Museum and breakfast for four, starting at $155. Finally, the “See it Free” package offers accommodations and breakfast for two, plus an information packet about all free activities available in St. Louis, sporty adjustable binoculars and overnight parking, all for as little as $109 per night. All packages are valid through December 30, 2006, based upon availability

Millennium UN Plaza Hotel (New York): This elegant East-side property offers a “MoMA” package featuring one of the world’s most famous art museums, the Museum of Modern Art. With rates beginning at $264, the package includes overnight accommodations, continental breakfast for two in the Ambassador Grill and two VIP tickets to the museum, allowing guests to avoid lines and time stamps. Valid through December 30, 2006.

The hotel also offers a “Bed and Breakfast” package (starting at $244, valid through December 30, 2006), and a “Sunday Brunch” package where brunch includes unlimited champagne and a “make your own sundae” bar (starting at $279, available for Saturday or Sundays only, through December 17, 2006).

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