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Temperature Determines Room Rates at Wyndham Cleveland

Temperature determines room rates; weekend packages available now through March 31

The colder it is outside, the hotter the deals will be inside at the the Wyndham Cleveland! Last week, the Wyndham Cleveland and PlayhouseSquare announced a unique, two-night weekend package called “Snow News is Good News,” January through March 2010. The Saturday rate will be as low as the outside temperature (as determined by noon at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport). Friday night’s rate is $109.

The normal average monthly temperatures in Cleveland, according to, are 25 F in January, 28 F in February and 37 F in March.

The Wyndham, located at 1260 Euclid Ave., is a full-service, 205-room, newly-renovated boutique-style hotel with fine dining at Encore! and Blue Bar and just a few steps from the PlayhouseSquare theaters. The weekend package allows visitors to see a show and be thankful for the low temperature! PlayhouseSquare will be host to three shows hot off Broadway during this promotional period: "Chicago," Jan. 12–24; "In The Heights," Feb. 9–21; and "Xanadu," March 2–14.

For terms and conditions, to book the “Snow News is Good News” weekend package and additional information on all Wyndham offers, visit or call the Wyndham directly at (216) 615-7500 or toll-free at (866) 270-6768. For tickets to all PlayhouseSquare shows, visit the PlayhouseSquare Ticket Office, 1519 Euclid Ave., online at or by calling (216) 241-6000. (Tickets not included. Separate purchase required).

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