DEAL ALERT: By Land, Sea or World's Largest Water Slide

02/04/2015

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Scott Schoenen, Director of Public Relations and Communications
Discover The Palm Beaches
561-233-3030, sschoenen@palmbeachfl.com

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212-444-7112, malcolm.griffiths@aboutdci.com  

DEAL ALERT: By Land, Sea or World's Largest Water Slide,
Show Your Love with Last-Minute Valentine's Day Ideas in The Palm Beaches, Florida

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (Feb. 04, 2015) - Fret not, procrastinating cupids. The Palm Beaches have a quiver full of last-minute Valentine's Day ideas to impress your sweetie on Feb. 14. And, they come in a variety of price points too.

For the well-to-do landlubber, the Brazilian Court Hotel Palm Beach offers the Ultimate Valentine's Day shopping package. It includes two nights in a luxury suite, a chauffeured vintage Rolls Royce shopping spree on Worth Avenue, $5,000 expense account, personal shopper and a chef's table experience in the kitchen at Café Boulud - all for $18,000. And did we mention it includes a sommelier?

A chance to take your relationship to new heights is available at The Blue restaurant on the 27th floor of
the Boca Raton Resort & Club, a Waldorf Astoria Resort. The "Blue Valentine" dinner for two includes prime window seating, a four-course fixed menu and complimentary champagne for $250 per couple, plus tax and gratuities.

For those cupids preferring a maritime experience, VisitPalmBeach.com offers a sunset champagne catamaran cruise for two along the Intracoastal Waterway. Enjoy complimentary drinks and champagne while sailing past magnificent mansions and enchanting beaches. Cost is $80 per couple with two options: a sunset cruise from 5-6:30 p.m. or an equally-romantic cruise under the stars from 7-8:30 p.m.

Cupids willing to trade their bow for an oar can take advantage of the Paddle Your Valentine special at the Jupiter Outdoor Center. Jump in a tandem kayak with your beloved to explore the beautiful waterways of The Palm Beaches during a four-hour trip. The price is half off on Feb. 14 and Feb. 15, starting at $35.

Romance can make people do crazy things, so why not profess your true love while sliding 1,000 feet down a city street in West Palm Beach? On Feb. 14 - for one day only - the world's largest water slide will inhabit the 500 and 600 blocks of Clematis Street in the heart of town. Cost is $25 per person.

Also in West Palm Beach, for lovers of all things wellness related, Fresh Fest 2015 also will take place Valentine's Day at the Meyer Amphitheatre. This cosmic celebration of health, fitness and holism brings together a diversity of free fitness classes, food preparation demonstrations, workshops, keynote speakers, music and art. Other happenings also include The Ruby Baker Band playing CityPlace Plaza from 7:00pm or pick up that perfect gift at the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show Feb. 14 - 17 at the Palm Beach County Convention Center.

For some lovers, Valentine's Day isn't Valentine's Day without chocolate. Fortunately, The Seagate Hotel & Spa has that covered with its February Indulgence Spa Package. It's a decadent way to celebrate the St. Valentine's spirit with services like a chocolate truffle manicure and pedicure, chocolate truffle body polish and a chocolate truffle massage. Or combine them all into one package for $264 and receive a free chocolate martini.

Below are several more last-minute Valentine's Day offers available in The Palm Beaches, a subtropical destination with more than 2,000 restaurants and 47 miles of sun-drenched Atlantic Coast beaches.

Café Boulud Palm Beach
Cupid's Feast
Café Boulud's terrace and candlelit courtyard provide romantic ambience for a special Valentine's feast. From 5:30 p.m. until 10 p.m., indulge in a three-course fixed menu dinner, with available accompaniments of champagne, truffles and caviar. Desserts by pastry chef Eric Snow provide a happy ending to a special meal that includes a sweet surprise to take home.
COST IS $115 PER PERSON, PLUS TAX AND GRATUITY
www.cafeboulud.com

The Chesterfield Palm Beach
Lovers' Escape Package
Chocolate-dipped strawberries, sparkling champagne, romantic luxury suite and moonlit strolls along a sugar-sand beach are included in this Valentine's Day offer. Also take advantage of the Leopard Lounge and the restaurant's marvelous food and dancing. Receive a single red rose at check-in, plus evening turndown service featuring rose petals and dim candlelight.
RATES START AT $492 PER NIGHT
www.chesterfieldpb.com

Jupiter Beach Resort & Spa
Coast to Coast Package
Whisk your love away on a five-day twin-coastal Florida adventure. Travelers begin on Florida's east coast with some TLC at Jupiter Beach Resort & Spa, then board a private plane to The Resort at Longboat Key Club in Sarasota to continue the pampering. Package includes limo transports, suite accommodations at both Four-Diamond resorts, champagne, spa treatments, dinners, golf, tennis and paddle boarding.
PACKAGE STARTS AT $10,500 FOR FIVE NIGHTS
Call Aura Jets at 888-908-0391 for details.

Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa
The Ultimate Romance Package
Package includes an ocean view condo, unlimited use of spa facilities, relaxation room with tea bar, couples massage, sensual bath with aromas and champagne, daily breakfast, in-room movies, $50 dining credit, champagne and chocolate-covered strawberries upon arrival. Two-night minimum.
RATES START AT $639 PER NIGHT
www.PalmBeachMarriottResort.com

VisitPalmBeach.com
High on Love Parasail for Two
Take a high-flying trip 600 feet in the air side-by-side with your sweetie. This excursion includes a champagne toast as Captain Cupid meanders the boat around Peanut Island, as well as a photo gift.
COST IS $180 PER COUPLE
www.visitpalmbeach.com

About Discover The Palm Beaches
Discover The Palm Beaches, formerly the Palm Beach County Convention and Visitors Bureau, is the official tourism marketing corporation that promotes the collection of 38 cities and towns and 15 tourism districts, commonly referred to as, The Palm Beaches, Florida. Tourism is among Palm Beach County's major industries generating an annual economic impact of nearly $7 billion in the local economy, producing $34 million in bed-tax revenue, lodging sales of approximately $623 million and supporting 60,000 jobs.

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