• Hollywood Beach Margaritaville Resort Announces One-Time Offer for Groups, Meeting Planners

     
    POSTED August 31, 2016
     

For meeting planners who want to enjoy equal parts work and play, Maragaritaville Beach Resort has a new deal. For a limited time, planners booking groups now through Dec. 31 will receive things like upgraded rooms, discounts for St. Somewhere Spa and a complimentary morning or afternoon break.

“Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort is the ideal destination for groups of all sizes that want to work hard, while enjoying the beautiful views from paradise,” says Cate Farmer, the resort’s general manager. “Our entire team is appreciative of the continued support we’ve seen from meeting and event planners.”

The offers differ depending on the size of the group. Planners booking a group of 50–99 rooms will receive a choice of one complimentary morning or afternoon break, 15 percent off St. Somewhere Spa treatments when booking a group package and more. Those booking a group of 100 rooms or more receive the same benefits and a complimentary one-hour welcome reception complete with an open bar.

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