• Hilton Miami Airport Changes Name to Celebrate Tropical Blue Lagoon Surroundings

    POSTED May 16, 2018

Hilton Miami Airport Blue Lagoon, a 508-room hotel overlooking the natural Miami Blue Lagoon, as part of a name change and recent renovation, is providing meeting and event planners a chance to enjoy the views of the Blue Lagoon by offering special deals until the end of the year.

Hilton Miami Airport Blue Lagoon offers resort-style facilities, including an outdoor pool, a fitness center, tennis courts, a basketball court and a scenic jogging path along the lagoon, perfect for guests looking to maintain a healthy, daily routine.

For meeting planners, a 3 percent rebate will be applied to the master account for any group booked and actualized from June to December 2018, in any of the hotel’s 19 meeting rooms.

For event planners who book the 5,060-square-foot Cove Ballroom overlooking Blue Lagoon, the hotel is offering complimentary drinks for up to 100 guests. Cove Ballroom is surrounded by floor to ceiling windows and accommodates up to 350 guests for a reception or 280 for a banquet event.

The offer is valid for new bookings of 25 guest rooms on peak minimum and events booked between May 1, 2018 and December 31, 2018, and actualized by December 31, 2018.

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