SOURCE: Marriott International
STUART, FL--(Marketwire - Oct 2, 2012) - Get ready to "sea" the change at Hutchinson Island Marriott Beach Resort & Marina. In efforts to enhance its rejuvenating features, waves of restoration are washing over the 200-acre beach lover's haven. And throughout the sea change, the property is asking guests to absorb its refreshing renewal mantra: "Enjoy our shore as we restore."
Embracing its enhancements, Hutchinson Island Marriott -- nestled on the pristine shores of Florida's Treasure Coast just minutes from downtown Stuart and Jensen Beach, Florida -- is presenting a beach vacation package that's soaked in perks for guests who visit the property during its renovation period.
Promising that its little bit of dust will be washed away with a flood of seashore delights, Hutchinson Island's "Sea Change" travel package -- available to travelers through November 30, 2012 -- includes the following:
- A special room rate starting from $169.95 per night;
- A daily 15% discount off beach umbrellas and lounge chairs;
- Two complimentary beachside cocktails or beverages at the Sandpiper Tiki Bar;
- Two tickets to the nearby Florida Oceanographic Center, where guests will enjoy hands-on interactions with marine life and learn about the marine ecosystem;
- Plus free daily breakfast for two guests.
Guests can "rest-ashore" that Hutchinson's Island's overhaul will be unobtrusive and as calming to all as a crashing afternoon wave. Slated for completion toward the end of 2012, the property's $3.5 million renovation project will be inclusive of guest room upgrades -- from carpeting and bedding to fresh paint, furniture and artwork -- plus new beach cabanas, restored walkways and corridors, and enhancements to the resort's extensive golf course in South Florida and meeting spaces.
Hutchinson Island Marriott has redefined resort renovations. Come "sea" for yourself! To book the "Sea Change" travel package, call 1-800-228-9290 and mention the package name or visit http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/pbiir-hutchinson-island-marriott-beach-resort-and-marina/ and use the promotional code PRO when booking.
The deal is available through November 30, 2012. Based on availability, there are a limited number of rooms obtainable for this offer, which cannot be combined with any other promotion. Blackout dates, along with other restrictions, may apply.
About Hutchinson Island Marriott Beach Resort & Marina
Hutchinson Island Marriott Beach Resort & Marina is Florida, the way it should be. The inviting beach lover's haven is nestled on the pristine shores of Florida's Treasure Coast, flanked by the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway. Contrasting the hustle and bustle of metropolitan life, the 200-acre retreat exudes an easy-come-easy-go ambiance where gracious accommodations and modern comforts are presented with genuine southern charm. The AAA Three Diamond resort offers miles of unspoiled beaches and 274 deluxe accommodations, including 74 oceanfront Sandpiper Beach Villas. Hutchinson Island's amenities consist of an executive 18-hole golf course, a 77-slip South Florida marina, recreational activities -- including deep-sea and river fishing, jet skiing, tennis, kayaking and biking -- four Stuart, FL restaurant options, three outdoor pools, and over 25,000-square-feet of flexible meeting facilities. The Resort dares guests to escape busy lives through the explorations of a coastal gem. Serving the desires of laidback travelers seeking unpretentious delights, at Hutchinson Island Marriott Beach Resort & Marina, priorities consist of a flip-flop friendly seaside lifestyle, away from city strife; where sunshine and shorelines supersede deadlines, and aquatic adventures and environmental explorations abound. Hutchinson Island Marriott Beach Resort & Marina is located at 555 NE Ocean Boulevard Stuart, Florida 34996. For additional information and booking please visit http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/pbiir-hutchinson-island-marriott-beach-resort-and-marina/.
About the Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center
Serving as the headquarters for the Florida Oceanographic Society, a non-profit organization founded in 1964 with a mission to protect coastal ecosystems, the center offers an array of hands-on, educational activities. The property features nature trails, a 750,000-gallon Game Fish Lagoon and various touch tanks. For further information, visit http://www.floridaocean.org/.