The Palm Beaches Celebrate Season of Arts, Romance and Culture with New Packages and Special Offers
The Palm Beaches Celebrate Season of Arts, Romance and Culture with
New Packages and Special Offers
THE PALM BEACHES, Fla. (January 30, 2013) - With beautiful beaches, luxury resorts and an exciting calendar of events, there is no better place to celebrate the arts, romance and culture than The Palm Beaches and Boca Raton. Whether planning a romantic Valentine's Day for two, or a group outing to nourish a shared passion for fine art, visitors will fall in love with these new packages and special offers.
- The Best Western Palm Beach Lakes Inn is offering rates starting at just $99 per night for guests visiting during the American International Fine Art Fair (February 5-10) and ArtiGras Fine Art Festival (February 16-18).The American International Fine Art Fair features paintings, sculptures, jewelry, antiques and more from international dealers, while ArtiGras boasts live music and artists creating everything from oil paintings and pottery, to mixed media sculptures and fine jewelry.
- Delray Affair (April 5-7) takes over more than 10 blocks and side streets off Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach, filling them with unique and colorful entertainment, art, music, food and more at this free event. For a stay in the heart of the festivities, the Hyatt Place Delray Beach is offering rates from $179 per night, including breakfast, parking and Internet.
To experience some of the finest cultural and art attractions in The Palm Beaches, guests can take advantage of
The Chesterfield Palm Beach's Nights and the Museums offer. Rates start at $230 per night for a two-night stay in a beautifully appointed room or suite with a deluxe fruit plate upon arrival, English breakfast for two each morning and a romantic interlude dinner in the hotel's famed Leopard Lounge. Also included are two, one-day admission passes to the Norton Museum of Art, the Henry Morrison Flagler Museum and the South Florida Science Museum. Package available now through December 30, 2013 based on availability.
For a romantic Valentine's Day getaway, the
Casa Grandview West Palm Beach offers an intimate two-night stay in one of the B&B Inn Guestrooms with breakfast for two each morning, complimentary beverage of choice (champagne, wine or cider), silk rose petals, fresh flowers, chocolates, and a $100 spa gift certificate. Rates start at $1,300 for a two-night stay, February 13-17, 2013.
Guests of the
Jupiter Beach Resort & Spa can experience romance year-round, including Valentine's Day, with a romantic offer starting at just $217 per night, including a welcome bottle of champagne, chocolate covered strawberries and breakfast for two.
With a romantic getaway at the
Brazilian Court Hotel and Beach Club, guests can pamper themselves in a one-bedroom guest suite, with chocolate dipped strawberries, a bottle of champagne, rose petal turndown and concierge services. Rates start at $779 per night.
- The Eau Spa at The Ritz-Carlton, Palm Beach is the perfect place for couples to relax and reconnect in celebration of Valentine's Day. A special menu of spa services includes Cupid's Red Hot Massage, an anti-oxidant rich grape seed and cinnamon massage, and the One Love Facial, the ultimate facial combining guests' choice of a micro peel or pigment balancing peel with a crystal-free microdermabrasion, hyaluronic gel infusion, sculpting micro current and collagen stimulating LED. Together, couples can experience the Scrub Bar Duet where they can scrub, polish, cleanse, moisturize and play in a secluded garden with customized scrub kits. The Queen of Hearts package is the perfect gift, featuring a bath in the Eau Spa gardens, a 60-minute massage, a 60-minute facial, and champagne and chocolates.
Carli Smith/Palm Beach County CVB Maria Hayworth/Hayworth Creative PR
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