August 22, 2014

Viva Florida 500 Travel Guide

The Discovery Continues

There's much to see and do as Florida commemorates the 500-year anniversary of Ponce de León arriving on its eastern shore.

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A Break from "Busyness" - Palm Beach

Even the ancient explorers took time to relax along the way and enjoy the journey. The Breakers resort in Palm Beach calls visitors to spend some time lounging amongst the beauty of La Florida. Take moonlight strolls and swims under the same moon that guided the captains of the sea to this great location.

The summer vacation of a lifetime is right in your backyard at The Breakers Palm Beach. A luxury resort for all ages, The Breakers is the ultimate beachfront escape for families, couples, friends or groups. Through October 31, 2013, the legendary property is offering Complimentary Benefits EVERY DAY, plus an array of savings throughout the resort. Receive daily complimentary continental breakfast buffet, kids' meals and day camp, unlimited fitness classes, tennis, WiFi and local calls. Also enjoy reduced golf greens fees and savings on dining, spa services, shopping, bungalow rentals and more.

With an unparalleled range of amenities and activities to choose from, guests never have to venture off property. The Breakers' five-acre Mediterranean-style Beach Club features five refreshing pools, four whirlpool spas and exclusive bungalows that are available for daytime rental. Two memorable 18-hole golf courses, including the renowned Breakers Rees Jones® Course, a nationally recognized golf academy and two state-of-the-art learning centers provide a magnificent golf destination for golfers of all skill levels. The resort's award-winning tennis facility offers 10 beautifully groomed Har-Tru courts and one of the finest and most experienced teams of tennis instructors of any resort in the U.S.

The Breakers

Nine distinctive restaurants and five bars, with settings ranging from casual beachfront to stylishly sophisticated, including HMF — the newest and most exciting destination for social drinking and eating — as well as an array of on-site boutiques, are all owned and managed by the resort.

Family time is also important at The Breakers, and its comprehensive Family Entertainment Center is complete with an arcade, craft room, game room, toddler's playroom, movie room, and outdoor sports court and playground.

If a meeting is on your agenda, The Breakers is a multi-faceted destination well-designed for groups of all sizes, from 20 to 1,000 attendees. The resort features 70,000 square feet of flexible, beautifully appointed meeting space. Venues include an oceanfront conference center, majestic ballrooms, executive meeting rooms, and picturesque courtyards and lawns.

 

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Explore Fashion, Style, Nightlife - Miami · South Beach

Florida's modern culture is greatly influenced by the international diversity of fashion designers, musicians and stars that call Miami and South Beach home.

Whether you are planning your vacation, a celebration, quick getaway, business stay or stopover, the Angler's and the Savoy are ideally located.

Listed on the Official Register of Historic Places, The Savoy is an intimate and charming Art Deco retreat. As one of the few hotels along famed Ocean Drive offering its guests private beach access, the landmark Savoy is the perfect destination for travelers who want comfort, location and style.

Just two blocks from the Atlantic Ocean and a short walk to great area restaurants, nightlife and shopping, The Angler's is a boutique all-suite resort that takes a fresh approach to luxury reminiscent of old Florida yet embraced by the savvy South Beach traveler.

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