Contact: Wendy Haase, Director of Tourism Marketing
IRVINE HOTELS SAY FAREWELL TO SUMMER WITH SPECIAL WEEKEND RATES
Special Hotel Rates Invite Visitors to "Beat the Heat" & Experience the Center of OC
Irvine, Calif. August 27, 2013 - Say farewell to summer with a weekend getaway to Irvine. Irvine hotels are offering special weekend rates starting at $84* beginning Labor Day Weekend through October to lure visitors to Irvine where they can "beat the heat" of the inland and experience all that the center of Orange County has to offer.
"With average temperatures in the Inland Empire, Valley and Palm Desert still in the 90s, we're enticing visitors to enjoy the cooler temps of Irvine where the average is 84 degrees* in September and even cooler in October," said Wendy Haase, Director of Tourism Marketing, Destination Irvine. "Visitors can enjoy Irvine's outdoor recreation, diverse dining and shopping and within minutes the area's popular beaches and famous attractions."
Special hotel offers begin August 30, 2013 and continue on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through October 28, 2013. Some restrictions apply. Offers vary by property.
The Irvine hotels offering special rates include: Courtyard by Marriott, Irvine Airport, Embassy Suites Irvine, Hilton Irvine Orange County Airport, Hyatt Regency Irvine, Irvine Marriott, Residence Inn by Marriott, Irvine Airport, and the Wyndham Irvine - Orange County Airport.
To view the special hotel offers visit www.destinationirvine.com/specialoffers
Located in the center of Orange County, Irvine is conveniently accessible via John Wayne/Orange County Airport, train and car. The destination offers visitors shopping, golf, diverse dining, outdoor recreation, arts and culture, along with accommodations for every budget. Irvine's close proximity to the area's beaches and attractions makes it an ideal location for a true Southern California experience.
About Destination Irvine
Under the Irvine Chamber of Commerce, a non-profit 501(c)6, Destination Irvine, funded by a self-imposed assessment through a Hotel Improvement District (H.I.D.) positions Irvine as a destination for visitors, meetings and groups. Destination Irvine through direct sales efforts including database marketing, lead generation, trade show participation, and familiarization tours, sells the destination. In addition, Destination Irvine promotes Irvine through marketing, advertising and public relations efforts.