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Sandestin Hotel Offers Summer Savings for Extended Stays in Florida

Longer Vacations Equal Deeper Discounts at the Renovated Residence Inn Sandestin

DESTIN, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 07/03/14 -- Start summer vacation with an incredible value at this premier extended-stay vacation rental hotel in Destin, Florida -- this summer, vacationers will receive 20% off of stays of four nights or longer in the most spacious and pristinely renovated suites Destin, FL has to offer. Whether on the beach, golf course or checking out the local attractions, you have a special place to return to, relax and kick up your feet for a while.

This Florida hotel near Destin's sugar-white beaches is synonymous with vacation. Just minutes from the beautiful beaches of South Walton, Residence Inn Sandestin has Destin hotel deals that few others in the area can boast, like our Dinner & Movie package, which includes fabulous dining at Travinia Italian Bar & Kitchen and movie tickets next door for the ultimate digital experience in cinema at Boulevard 10.

It wouldn't be a Florida getaway without a round of golf. The Santa Rosa Golf & Beach Club is just a short drive along scenic Highway 30a. What's more, guests of Residence Inn Sandestin, will enjoy 15% off golf tee times.

For a taste of Destin's local flare, the only destination is Grand Boulevard Town Center, just a leisure stroll away. The charming town center feels like a modern take on the traditional downtown -- providing visitors with an array of niche stores and boutiques, and a variety of fine eateries to please all palates.

With remarkable deals and a convenient location to a variety of local activities and attractions, there is something for everyone at Residence Inn Sandestin.

About the Residence Inn Sandestin
Visitors are guaranteed to feel right at home during their stay at Residence Inn Sandestin. Guests can roll right out of bed and head downstairs for a hot breakfast buffet every morning to fuel up for their day. A beautiful outdoor pool and surrounding patio make the the hotel feel like an oasis unto itself while a fully furnished fitness center and a multi-sport court make for an active and healthy stay. The experience is totally shareable using the hotel's complimentary WiFi. As one of the few pet-friendly hotels in Destin, Residence Inn Sandestin welcomes the whole family. Fully equipped kitchens and sleeper sofas complete the spacious living areas. End the day with a great sleep in Residence Inn Sandestin's plush beds and bedding. And finally, two social events during the week allow an unforgettable getaway without even leaving the hotel grounds. Residence Inn Sandestin offers perfect lodging at impressive value for all vacationers.

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CONTACT:
Residence Inn Sandestin at Grand Boulevard
300 Grand Boulevard
Destin, Florida 32550
1-850-650-7811
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/vpsri-residence-inn-sandestin-at-grand-boulevard/

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