THE PALM BEACHES BREW UP SWEET TREATS FOR GUESTS THIS FALL
The Palm Beaches Brew Up Sweet Treats For Guests This Fall Hotel Deals and packages, Exciting Events and Decadent Desserts
THE PALM BEACHES, Fla. (OCTOBER X, 2011) - In The Palm Beaches, October doesn't just mean sweet treats for the kids. With sweet hotel and resort packages, delicious celebrations, and countless edible masterworks by world-renowned pastry chefs scattered among top restaurants and resort throughout The Palm Beaches. Full of activities, events and special offers, The Palm Beach Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) has created a list of the latest ways to save and indulge at www.PalmBeachFl.com/stay-play.
- Treat yourself to a stay at the The Boca Raton Bridge Hotel where rates start at just $85 per night each Wednesday and include deluxe accommodations in an ocean view room, $20 breakfast credit, and two complimentary tickets to the hotel's Jazz Nite at The Top of the Bridge restaurant and lounge through December 21, 2011.
- Guests staying two or more nights at The Brazilian Court Hotel & Beach Club can take advantage of autumn sale rates starting at $249 per night before December 21, 2011. In addition to the luxury of staying at Travel + Leisure's #8 best beach, vacationers will receive complimentary Parisian breakfast for two at Café Boulud and a welcome amenity upon arrival.
- Located in West Palm Beach, Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham's Celebration Package starts at $99 per night through October
and includes a deluxe one-bedroom suite, full hot breakfast for two adults and two children, and free shuttle service to shops
and restaurants. For a sweet indulgence, the package also includes a chilled bottle of Champaign and gourmet chocolates.
A celebration Willy Wonka himself could not dream up, The Festival of Chocolate, will come through The Palm Beaches
November 19-20th at the Palm Beach County Convention Center. In addition to a collection of local, regional and national
chocolate vendors, event highlights include demonstrations by award-winning pastry chefs, live professional competitions and classes, and wine and chocolate pairings. Guests of all ages will enjoy fun contests, a chocolate museum and countless activities
including making chocolate lip balm and playdough, playing chocolate brownie bingo and chocolate spa treatments.
- The American German Club of The Palm Beaches proudly brings the popular German Oktoberfest to the destination each October. One of the largest Oktoberfest events in the country, guests can dine on authentic meals of bratwurst, schnitzel and all foods German while sipping imported and domestic beers, schnapps, 30 types of liquors and a fine selection of wines.
- For desserts on the go, there is no better place to pick up a box of chocolates than Godiva Chocolatier at The Gardens Mall.
For cupcake enthusiasts, Sugar Chef Cupcakes at CityPlace has a menu filled with sweet treats including The New Yorker, a
signature filled cupcake featuring a decadent chocolate cupcake stuffed with fresh New York-style cheesecake and topped with vanilla bean Italian buttercream, or- a favorite among younger guests- The Cookie Monster.
- In Boca Raton, the homemade cheesecake at The Capital Grille is nestled in a vanilla wafer crust and garnished with fresh, sweet berries, a luscious strawberry sauce, and topped with a crisp sugar crust for a light, delicious dessert. Over at the Boca Raton Resort & Club, the not-so-light Pirate's Treasure Chest at Serendipity feeds four or more people and features scoops of assorted ice cream flavors, cookies, cakes and berries all served in an edible chocolate treasure chest.
- It is fitting that The Breakers, Palm Beach has some of the best key lime pie in the state since it has been serving the traditional
dessert for 100 years. The Sundy House in Delray Beach treats guests to a mouthwatering tiramisu featuring an Italian biscuit,
cocoa powder, espresso, cinnamon and whipped cream for just the right combination of rich cocoa and sweet cream.
- Jason Morale, executive chef at The Four Seasons Palm Beach, is the creator of The Kitchen Sink, the resort's largest indulgent
dessert and the only one served in an oversized spoon. The giant sundae feeds 10-12 and includes 20 scoops of ice cream in
unique flavors such as Krispy Kreme donut, strawberry shortcake, Mint Chip Grasshopper, Camp Fire S'mores, dulce de leche, Country Style Blueberry Jam, Sicilian Pistachio, butterscotch, Rocky Road and Praline espresso chip piled atop fresh bananas
complete with chocolate syrup, whipped cream and sprinkles.
For more information on treat packages and a complete listing of special offers, visit the CVB's monthly Stay. Play. newsletter at www.PalmBeachFl.com/stay-play, 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.
Carli Smith/Palm Beach County CVB Maria Hayworth/Hayworth Creative PR
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