• Marriott Singer Island Unloads Many Experiences for Business Teams

    POSTED May 14, 2018

Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa in Palm Beach County, FL added new team-building events to encourage corporate groups to take a break from the traditional meeting room.

Group-specific additions include: tours of the Intracoastal Waterway by kayak, snorkeling at a large barrier reef, surf and paddle board lessons, a paint and wine sipping combo-class, fishing excursions, beach games and bonfires.

Non-motorized water sports at the resort’s private beach, as well as two outdoor pools are also available.

These experiences are designed to embrace the destination, showcase the resort’s amenities, and ignite inspiration for meetings.

Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa’s 193 suites come equipped with kitchens, living rooms and private balconies adjacent to the 3800 Ocean restaurant.

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