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Residence Inn Amelia Island Offers Winter Packages, Now Through March

FERNANDINA BEACH, FL -- (Marketwire) -- 01/14/13 -- It's the perfect time to travel to Florida for a sensational getaway of sun and sand. The Residence Inn Amelia Island offers several Winter Escape packages, some good through March. These Amelia Island hotel specials are great getaways and offer a variety of travel choices.

The Fifth Annual Restaurant Week Package, good from January 18-27, 2013, includes a bottle of wine, breakfast for two, late checkout, and shuttle to the event. The Amelia Island Music Winterfest Package, good February 4, 6 & 11, 2013, includes a $25 dining voucher, breakfast for two, and late checkout. And, the 4th Annual Garden Show Package, good March 2 & 3, 2013, includes a 25% discounted room rate and breakfast for two.

All packages at this hotel Amelia Island include either a spacious studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom suite, all with full kitchens, 37-inch HD TVs and complimentary high-speed Internet. Enjoy our complimentary hot breakfast each morning and a Manager's Reception most evenings, even the occasional wine and cheese tasting in our lobby. Guests can also enjoy the outdoor pool and whirlpool and stay fit using the 24-hour fitness center. This property is also an Amelia Island pet-friendly hotel that allows pets -- a non-refundable fee applies.

To make reservations for one of these Winter Escape packages, please call 904-277-2440 or visit http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/JAXAR?corporateCode=D59&app=resvlink&fromDate=1/18/13&toDate= for the Restaurant Week package, http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/jaxar-residence-inn-amelia-island/?corporateCode=WNT&toDate=&fromDate=3/4/13&app=resvlink for the Music Winterfest, and http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/JAXAR?corporateCode=D3Q&app=resvlink&fromDate=3/2/13&toDate= for the Garden Show.

About the Residence Inn Amelia Island
When looking for an Amelia Island beachfront hotel, travelers will find the hotel's accommodations are conveniently located just steps from the beach and a short distance from all of the island's jewels, including great restaurants, local companies, area attractions and the best that nature has to offer. Whether on the island for business or your dream family vacation, guests will find the hotel offers spacious studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom suites, all with full kitchens, 37-inch HD TVs, complimentary high-speed Internet, bike rentals and a putting green. Guests can enjoy the complimentary hot breakfast each morning and a memorable evening social experience. Then, guests can unwind after a long day next to the outdoor pool or fire pit. The meeting space is ideal for business or social events of 10 to 80 guests.

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Residence Inn Amelia Island
2301 Sadler Road
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
904-277-2440
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/jaxar-residence-inn-amelia-island/

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