Tuesday, June 4, 2013

The Best Travel Secrets in Palm Beach Gardens Florida

Discover the “Best Secrets” of Palm Beach Gardens


Palm Beach Gardens, Florida is well known as a golfer’s paradise with an array of public and private courses many of which feature PGA events.  It also has been described as the “gold standard in shopping” featuring some of the most elegant shopping venues in the entire Palm Beach region.   However, if your inner traveler is anxious for adventure and yearns to discover the real Florida, there are secrets that live in the location of this unique Florida destination.  Some of the most pristine public beaches are only 10 minutes away and Palm Beach Gardens offers easy access to all the sights and sounds of the other Palm Beach communities up and down the Intercostal:  Jupiter, Juno Beach, Palm Beach Shores and Palm Beach.

Whether you have 3 days or only 1 to visit, Embassy Suites Palm Beach Gardens can help you discover the “Best Secrets” of Palm Beach Gardens:

Day 1 - Morning on the beach
  • Start your day with a full cooked to order breakfast at the hotel's breakfast buffet
  • Get set for mid morning on the beach.  Take the hotel shuttle to Singer Island Beach (10 min)-named after the daughter of the Singer Sewing Machine magnate.  Considered one of the best beaches in Palm Beach County—5 miles long and half a mile wide.
  • Get set for lunch.  The shuttle will return you  to the hotel to refresh
  • Back on the shuttle for a trip to the Legacy and Gardens Malls for lunch and shopping.
  • Back to the hotel for the Evening Reception with complimentary beverages and snacks.
  • Dinner at Verdea   (If this is Wednesday, enjoy “Wine Wednesday” at Verdea*
 

Day 2 – Summer of Rock and Roll
  • Your free cooked to order breakfast awaits!
  • Your choice of Sport:
1)      Golf one of the area courses. Take advantage of the hotel’s package with Jupiter Country Club-designed by Greg Norman.
2)      Roger Dean Stadium- Enjoy baseball all year round.  The Spring Training site for the Major League Marlins and Cardinals.  This baseball stadium also hosts USA Baseball 17U Championship, Team One tournaments, NABA, and tournaments such as Under Armour and Play At The Plate.
  • After lunch head back to the hotel and get ready for Juno Beach. On the way back to the hotel stop at the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum and enjoy a walk to the top and the rich history of this 1860 Lighthouse.
  • Back to the hotel for the Evening Reception with complimentary beverages and snacks.
  • Go to Downtown at the Gardens for an early dinner. This open air pedestrian only shopping Mecca features a great collection of restaurants, many of the nations’ finest specialty retailers, live entertainment and unique events.   If this is Friday: enjoy “Rock and Roll Summer at Downtown V2” each Friday from June 7th through August 30, 2013 .7-10pm.

  
Day 3 – Picnic on the Peanut


  • Free cooked to order breakfast
  • John D. MacArthur Beach State Park. (10 min.)  Visit the Nature Center to see all you can do on this barrier island which serves as a as a haven for rare or endangered native tropical and coastal plant species.  Swim, picnic, surf at the beach; scuba diving and snorkeling are also available.  Bird watch or fish in the lagoon by wading, kayaking or canoeing.
  • Hit downtown West Palm Beach restaurants and shops. Pick up a picnic dinner and take it to:
  • Palm Beach Water Taxi to Peanut Island.  Enjoy your Palm Beach  picnic
  • Head back to the hotel for a quiet dinner at Verdea

Embassy Suites Palm Beach Gardens

4350 PGA Boulevard
Palm Beach Gardens, FL  33410
561-622-1000

All guests enjoy free cooked to order breakfast, a two room suite and complimentary beverages at our evening reception.






1 comment:

  1. Its all good tips about the low budget vacation because in this season i have also less budget to spend these vacation now in this season i am think to visit the new york to indianapolis bus and in this season i will feel comfortable after the tour..

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