Florida Is a Meetings Paradise
Sure, it has world-class beaches and plentiful opportunities for fun in the sun, but there’s so much more to Florida beyond its sunny disposition to inspire attendees again and again. (Photo credit: Visit Florida/Patrick Farrell)
Turn gatherings into extraordinary affairs in The Palm Beaches with complimentary guidance from the Cultural Concierge. Event planning professionals can visit CulturalConcierge.com for enhanced access to gardens, galleries and cultural venues. From unforgettable breakout sessions to VIP gatherings, let the Cultural Concierge curate the perfect backdrop for your event.
There Is Only One — Northwest Florida’s Largest Full-Service Beachfront Resort. There is ONLY one Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa. For more information, visit www.hiltonsandestinbeach.com/florida-meetings.
At Hyatt Regency Clearwater Beach Resort and Spa every gathering is a special occasion. Whether you are hosting the social gala of the year for 250, a private luncheon for VIPs, or celebrating a personal milestone, our award-winning facilities and expert staff will help ensure no detail is overlooked. Visit hyattregencyclearwater.com for more information.
Sunshine is on the menu nearly every day when you Meet Well on Florida’s Paradise Coast. After the meeting, your attendees will love teeing off at one of the area’s championship golf courses. If they’re after adventure, they can take a guided charter through the Everglades and Ten Thousand Islands. For more information, visit paradisecoast.com.
36 Holes of Golf. Miles of Beachfront. The Biggest Spa in Northeast Florida. And 30,000 sf of Flexible Meeting Space.
Situated on one of Florida’s widest white-sand beaches, just 20 miles southeast of Jacksonville, Ponte Vedra Inn & Club and The Lodge & Club have been the backdrop for some of the nation’s most influential meetings, conferences and conventions since 1928. For more information, visit www.pontevedra.com/meetings.
Blend authentic cuisine, an abundance of fresh seafood and inspiration from centuries of diverse heritage, and you will taste the bold, diverse flavors found on Florida’s Historic Coast. There are a variety of dining options to be discovered, from eclectic bistros and sidewalk cafes to oceanfront restaurants and old Florida riverfront hideaways. Visit floridashistoriccoast.com for more information.
The Don CeSar, known as Florida’s iconic Pink Palace®, is set upon the white-sand beaches of the Gulf of Mexico in St. Pete Beach. Whether you’re looking to relax poolside, find refuge on the beach, or enjoy an elevated dining experience, The Don offers something special for everyone. Visit the website to learn more.
With endless sunshine, miles of calm, clear water, and an average daily temperature of 78 degrees, it’s easy to see why Islamorada in the Florida Keys is the “Sport Fishing Capital of the World.” But be careful, because once a tarpon or tuna lands its hook in you, you’ll find it contagious. For more information, visit fla-keys.com/meeting-planners.
Streamsong Resort seamlessly showcases the region’s natural beauty and pairs it with world-class amenities, including 216 luxurious rooms, a 25,000-sf conference center, six restaurants, and a grotto-inspired spa. And it’s one of two resorts in North America with three golf courses ranked in the Top 25 of Golfweek’s Top 100 Courses You Can Play list. Learn more at visitcentralflorida.org.
Modern meeting facilities, premium accommodations and exceptional service, steps from award-winning sugar-white sand beaches and turquoise water — all enhanced by a diverse culinary scene, boutique shopping and championship golf. South Walton, located in Northwest Florida, is continually recognized as a premier destination that offers an upscale, yet casual place to host conferences. Learn more at visitsouthwalton.com.