Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Delray Beach Hotel Toasts Fun and Food with New Hotel Deal

Nothing pairs better than a great weekend with wine, food and a fantastic hotel deal at the Delray Beach Marriott Hotel.

On November 10-11, 2012, guests staying at one of the best Delray Beach hotels have a chance to experience the inaugural Wine and Seafood Festival. To celebrate the first annual festival, the Delray Beach Marriott Hotel is offering guests the Stay for Breakfast Deal. This special offer includes overnight accommodations at the Delray Beach hotel and breakfast for two in the morning.

The Delray Beach Marriott Hotel is the perfect choice for guests traveling for the Wine and Seafood Festival. Located just minutes from downtown Delray Beach, the Marriott Hotel puts guests near all the excitement of the festival. Featuring live music, freshly caught seafood and refreshing wines, the Delray Beach Wine and Seafood Festival combines the best parts of the area.

Guests staying at the Florida beach hotel will be able to enjoy all the entertainment. Live musical acts include Blues Dragon, the Brass Evolution and Boom Box, among others. The great live music goes along perfectly with chilled shrimp salad on crostini, Maine lobster and lump crab fritters, lobster rolls, fried clams and conch ceviche. And of course, what’s seafood without wine? Deep reds, crisp whites and everything in between have been paired with each dish.

After a day at the Wine and Seafood Festival, guests can return to the Delray Beach Marriott Hotel and take advantage of spacious hotel rooms. Private balconies afford scenic views of the surrounding area, while high-speed Internet access lets guests connect and share their experiences of the festival. For even more relaxation and fun, guests can enjoy special massages and treatments at the N Spa.

Book the Stay for Breakfast Deal today and experience the Wine and Seafood Festival.
To reserve this Florida beach hotel deal, use promotional code S4B online or call 1-800-228-9290. This deal is available from now until December 31, 2012, seven days a week. Additional restrictions may apply. For more information, visit