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Meeting Planners Enjoy Smart Savings With Pick 3 Value Offer at Luxury Hotel in Miami

Meetings at South Beach Marriott Booked by March 31 Get a Boost With Incentives

MIAMI BEACH, FL -- (Marketwire) -- 01/31/13 -- Companies looking for modern meeting rooms in Miami will find exactly what they're looking for at the South Beach Marriott. And, with the Pick 3 Value Offer, meetings are easily -- and affordably -- upgraded.

Book a meeting at this luxury hotel in Miami by March 31 and hold it by December 31, 2013, and pick three of the following incentives:

  • Double Marriott Rewards® points via the Rewarding Events program
  • Triple Marriott Rewards points when contract is signed within 30 days
  • 3% rebate on master account (rooms only)
  • 10% off food and beverage menus or CMP package
  • Complimentary high-speed Internet in guest rooms
  • 70% attrition
  • VIP upgrades (3 with minimum of 50 group peak rooms)

South Beach events at this boutique hotel are complemented by a beachfront setting and windowed meeting rooms with stunning ocean views. Spread across 2,500 sq. ft. of indoor space, this hotel's four meeting rooms include the Ocean Boardroom, ideal for intimate celebrations and banquets, and the South Pointe Ballroom with room for 175 guests and access to an outdoor veranda. The outdoor Parkview Terrace is ideal for cocktail hours and other social events. Just 11 miles from the Miami airport and five miles from downtown, events at the South Beach Marriott offer superb service, the latest in audiovisual technology and delicious custom catering menus to inspire and reward attendees.

When attendees aren't brainstorming, they'll find a number of ways to unwind including a fitness center, full-service spa, infinity-edge heated pool and access to the city's championship golf and hottest nightlife, shopping, dining and entertainment. Accommodations are comfortable and chic with luxury bedding, high-speed Internet access, a flat-screen TV, room service and beautiful ocean or city views from a private balcony.

To learn more or submit a request for proposal for the Pick 3 Value Offer Miami hotel special, visit www.marriott.com/meeting-event-hotels/group_offer_159.mi.

About the South Beach Marriott
With a prime location on the corner of Miami Beach's Ocean Drive, the South Beach Marriott offers everything today's traveler wants and needs. This boutique luxury hotel features a stylish Art Deco design that is steps from the city's famous nightlife, shopping, dining and attractions. Sophisticated accommodations include thoughtful amenities including room service, a flat-screen TV, desk, luxury bedding, high-speed Internet access and (in most) a private balcony with ocean or city view. Concierge-level rooms offer additional services and upgrades. This SoFi, or south of 5th Street, hotel fronts the beach; a view guests can enjoy from a number of places including the infinity-edge heated pool and Deco Blue Restaurant & Bar, serving fresh seafood and American favorites. The full-service Marriott South Beach Spa features a full menu of indulgent treatments. Chic and business-friendly, the South Beach Marriott offers a fitness center, an onsite Starbucks® with outdoor terrace and Art Deco lounge, four meeting rooms spread across 2,500 sq. ft., a fitness center and access to championship golf nearby.

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South Beach Marriott
161 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
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