The Palm Beaches in Full "Swing" for Spring
Spring Events, Hotel Packages Updated Daily at
THE PALM BEACHES, Fla. (Feb. 23, 2011) - The Palm Beaches is helping visitors swing into spring with a convenient
list of things to do and places to stay available at Full of activities, events and
special offers, the site provides a comprehensive inventory of the best way to experience Florida. Here are just a
few items included on the list:
? Spend your spring at the legendary oceanfront Breakers Resort. Earn up to $200 per night (depending on
room reservation) toward on-site dining, shopping, spa and salon treatments, family activities, and golf
and tennis play or instruction. Rates from $499 through April 30, 2011.
? The Four Seasons Palm Beach Resort is enticing visitors to experience its newly-restyled guest rooms with
a complimentary third night. Rates begin at $353, and are valid through April 11, 2011.
? Enjoy dinner, a show, and luxury overnight accommodations with the 10th Anniversary Royal Room
Season Package at The Colony Hotel Palm Beach. Rates start at $450 and include overnight
accommodations, Royal Room dinner and show for two, and breakfast the following morning for two.
? Sip, savor and bid all weekend long at the annual Boca Bacchanal (March 18-20). Foodies will enjoy
sumptuous treats from renowned South Florida chefs in celebration of the Era of the "Mango Gang"',
while internationally acclaimed vintners offer grand tastings at various ticketed events.
? Swing a shopping bag from your arm at the GreenMarket, a massive farmers market along waterfront in
downtown West Palm Beach, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. each Saturday.
? Mark your calendar for the 18th annual PrideFest (March 26-27) in the artsy and eclectic town of Lake
Worth. Bryant Park will come alive with live music, outstanding food, vendors and colorful parade.
? A Bat: Baseball enthusiasts enjoy Spring Training with the St. Louis Cardinals and Florida Marlins (Feb. 27-
March 29) at Roger Dean Stadium.
? A Club: The PGA Tour makes a stop for the Honda Classic (Feb. 28-March 6) at the PGA National Resort &
? A Mallet: International Polo Season is at full gallop through April 17 at the International Polo Club in
For more information and a complete listing of spring offers and activities, 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.
Media Contacts:
Carli Smith/Palm Beach County CVB Maria Hayworth/Hayworth Creative PR
About Palm Beach County Convention and Visitors Bureau
The Palm Beach County Convention and Visitors Bureau is the official destination marketing organization for Palm Beach
County, Fla. Tourism is among Palm Beach County's major industries generating a direct annual economic impact of $2.8 billion
in the local economy, producing $23 million dollars in bed-tax revenue and lodging sales of approximately $623 million.
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