Apr
03

miami vacation packages: beach & brunch

The Palms Hotel & Spa invites you to spend Easter weekend with the Beach and Brunch Vacation Package. Rates for this Miami vacation package  start at $394 per night based on double occupancy and include two-nights in an Oceanfront room featuring spectacular views of the hotel’s tropical gardens and the Atlantic Ocean.

 

The package also includes Easter Brunch for two adults at The Palms’ signature farm-to-table restaurant, Essensia. Easter Brunch menu highlights include Essensia’s signature dishes such as the Local Red & Yellow Heirloom Tomato and Local Burrata Salad, Tri-Colored Citrus Salad, and Local Grouper Ceviche as well as traditional Easter favorites like Deviled Eggs with Salmon Roe, Slow Roasted Leg of Lamb with Fresh Salsa Verde and Roasted Ham with Honey and Whole Grain Mustard. Additional menu items will include Seasonal Fruits, Homemade Sweet and Savory Breads, Made-to-order Waffles and Omelets, Vegetarian Paella, Grilled Mahi Mahi with Tropical Fruit Compote and Seared Rosemary Chicken with Wild Mushroom Ragout. Rounding out the brunch experience is a selection of yummy desserts including Berry Frangipane, German Chocolate Pave, Tropical Trifle, Lemon Puffs and Key Lime Spoons.

The Beach and Brunch Easter Vacation Package is available for booking now through April 7, 2012 via www.thepalmshotel.com or 305.534.0505. The Miami vacation package has a two night minimum and eligible arrival dates are April 6, 7, and 8. Brunch is included in the rate and is for two adults. Easter brunch may be added for children at $19++ for kids 10 and under.

For reservations or further information, please call 800.550.0505 or visit www.thepalmshotel.com.

The Palms Hotel & Spa combines exceptional service and oceanfront serenity in the heart of Miami Beach. A luxurious destination where complete wellness and environmental consciousness are at the center of each experience, The Palms offers soul reviving spa therapies, natural gourmet cuisine, and luxurious accommodations.  The 251 guestrooms draw upon the soft hues of sand and sea with custom designed wood furnishings and contrasting fabrics in varying shades of brown, cream and turquoise with orange accents. Spa-inspired bathrooms feature a rain shower head and marble mosaic tiles. The Palms’ rooftop suite level features two junior suites with private balconies overlooking the city and two one-bedroom oceanfront suites, which offer a spacious living room and oceanfront balconies. Additional guest rooms on this level allow for suites to be extended to 2-bedroom configurations. All rooms are equipped with current technological devices including wireless internet access, flat screen cable TV with on-demand pay movies, a touch screen telephone, an iPod alarm clock radio and a large work desk.

The property’s signature restaurant, Essensia, follows a farm-to-table approach, offering a seasonal selection of global cuisine with emphasis on premium ingredients. The culinary team works with local farmers and carefully selects purveyors to create healthful and flavorful dishes made with locally sourced produce, meats, and seafood. The Palms’ Aveda lifestyle spa features treatments and rituals set to deliver a highly personalized experience influenced by ancient Ayurvedic holistic philosophy. The Palms sits on its own stretch of beach just 12 miles from Miami International Airport and 15 blocks from Ocean Drive. The Palms Hotel & Spa is Florida Green Lodging certified and was honored by Sustainable South Florida Awards in 2011 for the properties’ green practices. The AAA 4-Diamond property is also a member of Preferred Hotels & Resorts and Epoque Hotels.

The Palms Hotel & Spa
3025 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33140
www.thepalmshotel.com T 305.908.5458

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