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New Pompano Beach Hotel's 'Early Bird' Special Ideal for Inspirational Summer Meetings

Plan Now for Success With the Fort Lauderdale Marriott Pompano Beach Resort & Spa

POMPANO BEACH, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 06/12/14 -- Take advantage of warm beaches and crisp blue ocean waters that surround a Pompano Beach boutique hotel to create an inspirational setting for productive summertime meetings.

Offering spectacular savings on August and September meetings, savvy planners can book now to save big on meetings and events at the Fort Lauderdale Marriott Pompano Beach Resort & Spa where oceanfront event space sets the stage for truly memorable gatherings.

Multiple state-of-the-art meeting room options including the Grand Bahama Ballroom make up nearly 4,000 square feet of meeting space at this distinctive hotel near Ft. Lauderdale that is perfect for all-day meetings. And, with early bird savings, those who book between now and July 18, 2014 can enjoy substantial savings on August and September meetings.

With rates starting at just $79 per person for groups of 25 or more, the August & September Savings for Early Birds All-Day Meeting Package includes:

  • LCD Projection Package
  • Flip Chart Package
  • Wi-Fi in Meeting Room
  • Continental Breakfast
  • All Day Coffee Break
  • Afternoon Break with Snacks & Refreshments
  • Plated or Buffet Lunch Options, and
  • Meeting Space

Planners booking the Early Bird Special receive additional perks, including double Marriott Rewards Points, 15% off additional audio visual services and a complimentary "Wind Down" treatment at the hotel's SiSpa. Dates for these great rates and services are subject to availability at the time of booking, which ends July 18, 2014.

Located just north of Fort Lauderdale, these group accommodations in Pompano Beach are only a short drive from major South Florida airports and the Port Everglades Cruise Port making the hotel easily accessible and in the heart of some of the area's finest attractions.

Optional resort enhancements are also available with this spectacular summer meeting package, including:

  • An All American Breakfast Buffet for just $5 per person additional
  • Unlimited use of non-motorized water sports equipment for just $30 per person
  • Beach Olympics Team Building Fun for an additional $65 per person
  • A relaxing 50-minute SiSpa treatment for $99 inclusive per person

To take advantage of the August & September Savings for Early Birds All-Day Meeting Special, planners may call the hotel's event team at 954-782-0100 or visit www.marriott.com/fllpm.

About the Fort Lauderdale Marriott Pompano Beach Resort and Spa
The impressive new Fort Lauderdale Marriott Pompano Beach Resort and Spa greets guests with the fresh, clean seaside feel of an elaborate resort while offering the gracious amenities and exceptional service of a boutique oceanfront hotel. Guest room balconies and pool side scenes include spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean while McCoy's Oceanfront Restaurant and Bar offer similar seascapes along with handcrafted cocktails and tasty Florida fare. Two large swimming pools, a pristine beach and the SiSpa Spa offer plenty of refreshing fun and tranquil relaxation, while a variety of well-appointed guest rooms make it simple to enjoy individual comforts complimented by high-speed Internet access, concierge service and express check-in/check-out.

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CONTACT:
Fort Lauderdale Marriott Pompano Beach Resort & Spa
1200 North Ocean Boulevard
Pompano Beach, Florida 33062 USA
1-954-782-0100
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/fllpm-fort-lauderdale-marriott-pompano-beach-resort-and-spa/

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