Marriott Bonvoy, the travel program of Marriott International, announces its marketing partnership with the National Park Foundation (NPF), the official non-profit partner of the National Park Service.
The introduction of a dedicated travel planning website allows members to take advantage of discounted rates for stays at Marriott's 406 properties located near national parks, as well as the ability to exchange bonus points with annual passes to America the Beautiful - The National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands and donate points to NPF.
With 419 national park sites in the United States - and at least one national park in each state - Marriott Bonvoy members can plan a trip to a national park and earn points for stays at Marriott properties throughout their trip.
In 1916, legislation creating the National Park Service was enacted. The noble vision behind this legislation has allowed generations of Americans and visitors abroad to experience our nation's greatest treasures. We are delighted to offer Marriott Bonvoy members a convenient way to plan trips and explore historic sites and national wonders with friends and family through this unique travel partnership. The opportunity to experience breathtaking scenery in wilderness settings while giving back to the National Park Foundation is invaluable and will help preserve the parks for future adventure seekers.
Brian King, Global Head of Digital Strategy, Distribution, Revenues and Global Sales at Marriott International.
Examples of Marriott properties located near national parks include Springhill Suites Springdale Zion National Park in Utah and Courtyard Gatlinburg Downtown and Fairfield Inn & Suites Gatlinburg Downtown near Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Tennessee.
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