SUNFEST BRINGS MUSIC, SPECIAL HOTEL PACKAGES AND MORE TO THE PALM BEACHES
Sunfest brings music, special hotel packages and more to The Palm Beaches
-32nd Annual Music Festival Takes Over West Palm Beach Waterfront April 30-May 4-
THE PALM BEACHES, Fla. (April 22, 2014) - The Palm Beaches are gearing up for South Florida's premier entertainment event, SunFest, coming to the West Palm Beach Waterfront April 30-May 4. Each year, the festival brings together an impressive collection of artists representing a variety of genres to perform on three stages over five days. This year's lineup includes headliners Kid Rock, Ellie Goulding, Robin Thicke, Pretty Lights, Goo Goo Dolls and Young the Giant to name a few, for a total of more than 50 artists performing.
The following are some of the hotel packages and specials still available during SunFest in The Palm Beaches:
As the official hotel partner of SunFest, Hyatt Place West Palm Beach Downtown has several special offers available for guests visiting during the music festival. The hotel's first packages includes overnight accommodations for two with deluxe breakfast, two one-day general admission tickets to SunFest and roundtrip shuttle for the festival starting from $279 per night. The two-night package starts at $259 per night and includes two, two-day SunFest tickets with a minimum two-night stay and transportation to and from the event. Room rates start at $209 per night for accommodations only and include a complimentary shuttle to and from SunFest.
The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel West Palm Beach Airport is offering rates as low as $139 per night, which includes breakfast for two each morning and complimentary transportation to and from SunFest. Rates are available April 30-May 6.
The Hampton Inn West Palm Beach Central Airport is offering 10 percent off the room rate, free breakfast and free shuttle service to downtown West Palm Beach for SunFest visitors.
Starting at $295 per night, The Chesterfield Palm Beach's SunFest Package includes two one-day admission tickets to the music festival and complimentary valet service April 30-May 4.
Homewood Suites by Hilton West Palm Beach is offering a $10 discount off suite accommodations, $10 off roundtrip transportation to the music festival, and free hot breakfast for SunFest attendees April 30-May 4.
Event attendees looking for an affordable place to stay can take advantage of a $72 per night rate at Days Inn West Palm Beach for a room withdouble beds. Rate does not include tax. Must be booked directly at (561) 718-5362.
Palm Beach Historic Inn is offering 15 perfect off room rates for SunFest attendees. All room rates include continental breakfast, complimentary scheduled shuttle service to and from the festival, complimentary snacks and beverages, and beach chairs during your stay.
The West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority is once again offering a free bicycle valet service for SunFest visitors during regular festival hours from Wednesday, April 30 to Sunday, May 4. In addition, if one does decide to tip their valet bike drivers, those tips will be donated to The Lord's Place, a nonprofit, non-sectarian, 501(c)3 organization that has been changing the lives of homeless families and individuals in Palm Beach County for over 30 years.
Please note that hotel and ticket availability are limited. For ticket & festival information visit www.sunfest.com. For more information about The Palm Beaches and special offers, visit http://www.palmbeachfl.com/vacations/golf-spa/tournaments/.
About Discover Palm Beach County
Discover Palm Beach County, formerly the Convention and Visitors Bureau, is the official tourism marketing corporation that promotes the collection of 38 cities and towns and 15 tourism districts in Palm Beach County, commonly referred to as, The Palm Beaches, Florida. Tourism is among Palm Beach County's majorindustries generating an annual economic impact of more than $5 billion in the local economy, producing $30 million dollars in bed-tax revenue, lodging sales of approximately $623 million, and supporting 45,000 jobs.