Marriott And The Natural Parks Foundations: United To Encourage Travel


The travelers boldest who have had to postpone their adventures because of the pandemic this year and can start planning your next getaway. The world's largest hotel company Marriott - with renowned hotels such as The Ritz-Carlton, W Hotels or The St. Regis Hotel - has joined the Natural Parks Foundation to promote responsible outdoor visits and outings in national parks.

From this union was born the initiative in digital format, a website where adventurers can plan their trips to national parks through the rewards program to find and obtain discounted rates. Travelers can take advantage of deals at several Marriott properties conveniently located near national parks, such as the Springhill Suites Springdale Zion National Park in Utah and the Fairfield Inn & Suites Gatlinburg Downtown near the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Tennessee.

Members of the Marriott company can access Marriott Bonvoy Traveler articles from the website, book their ideal accommodations and receive the best deals. Additionally, they have the option of providing donations to the National Park Foundation, which will help protect and preserve natural parks for future generations.

"National parks have something for everyone and we can all play a role in helping to preserve it," said Stefanie Mathew, vice president of corporate partnerships for the National Park Foundation. “The National Park Foundation thanks Marriott Bonvoy not only offering members a nearby place to rest after an adventurous day in the park, but also the support to help ensure that these valuable natural and cultural sites are protected now and in the future.” The union between the foundation and the chain has led travelers from different states to responsibly venture to visit the parks that, even without knowing it, they have at their fingertips.

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