Indulge in Luxury at The Palm Beaches Hotel Packages, Dining Events and Lavish Spas Make a Perfect Getaway

THE PALM BEACHES, Fla. (SEPTEMBER 8, 2011) - Summer is quickly fading away, but in The Palm Beaches and Boca Raton, there is still time to plan a lavish getaway. Whether it is the abundance of grand resorts lining the beautiful beaches, an eclectic culinary landscape
featuring distinguished restaurants and chefs, or the endless selection of chic amenities and recreational offerings for the indulgent traveler- there is no shortage of luxury in The Palm Beaches and Boca Raton. Here is a sample of ways to indulge this fall:


  • Treat yourself to the luxury of The Boca Raton Resort & Club where rates start at just $199 per night and include deluxe accommodations, complimentary daily breakfast, valet parking and a late checkout. In addition, the resort is offering 25% off golf greens fees, tennis fees and spa services through October 10, 2011.
  • Built in 1936 and renovated in 1997, The Sabal Palm House, a large, historic and distinctive two-story home across from the Intracoastal Waterway and a short distance from the Atlantic Ocean, is offering a 60 minute Swedish Massage for $70 or a
    Deep-Tissue Massage for $80, to guests staying two or more nights through October. A complimentary breakfast is served each morning including coffee and tea, fruit, muffins, and a full gourmet breakfast, and homemade sweets each afternoon.
  • The Delray Beach Marriott's Spoil Yourself Spa Package starts at just $189 per night and allows guests to sample some of the resorts rejuvenating treatments through November 30, 2011. The spa package includes partial ocean view accommodations and a choice of two of the resort's signature services, including a 25-minute Swedish Massage, 25-minute luminous express facial, 25-minute warm oil scalp massage, or an express manicure and pedicure.


  • Now in its third year, Flavor Palm Beach continues to heat up the destination with three-course lunches for $20 and dinner for $30 or $35 at more than 30 local restaurants. From nationally known to local favorites, participating restaurants include Ruth's
    Chris Steakhouse, Capital Grille, III Forks, City Cellar, Talay Thai and many more. With so many choices, there is no better time to sample the eclectic culinary scene of The Palm Beaches than during Flavor Palm Beach. For more information, visit


  •  From unique boutiques to coveted fashion designers, there is something for every shopper within the 13 shopping districts of The Palm Beaches. Worth Avenue, home of international fashion labels including Gucci, Hermes, Louis Vuitton and so many
    more, is ideal for the chic shopper, while Antique Row is the Southeast's premier antique district. Other favorites include CityPlace, an open-air piazza featuring more than 130 shops and restaurants, Mizner Park, an upscale shopping district in Boca Raton, and the internationally-celebrated Palm Beach Gardens Mall.
  •  The Anushka Spa in West Palm Beach, recognized by Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Allure and InStyle for its indulgent, relaxing services, offers facials, massages and their touted Cosmedical Centre. Everything from island-style massages, facials, wraps, oil baths, organic nail treatments, waxing and acupuncture are available at The Maui Spa & Wellness Center.
  •  Dining enthusiasts will find a night at the 51 Supper Club and Lounge reminiscent of the glamorous era of Frank Sinatra and Marilyn Monroe. Chef Armand Vanderstigchel has fused flavors of old-world Europe and classic New York with some Florida flair to create a truly unique menu. In Delray Beach, Sundy House Restaurant is nestled among botanical gardens and waterfalls and features globally-inspired fare and an extensive wine list, to be savored indoors or al fresco.

For more information on indulgent packages and a complete listing of special offers, visit the CVB's monthly Stay. Play. newsletter at, or call the Palm Beach County Convention and Visitors Bureau at 800.554.7256. Blackout dates and special restrictions may apply. See individual offer for complete details.

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Carli Smith/Palm Beach County CVB Maria Hayworth/Hayworth Creative PR
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