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Summer Travel to Palm Beach -- The Breakers' Summer Promotion Yields Outstanding Value and Memories for Life

Rates From $329 and Great Savings on Amenities at Island's Iconic Resort -- a Revitalized, Modern Classic

PALM BEACH, FL--(Marketwired - April 08, 2014) - Summer travelers vie for the most memorable vacation they can get for their investment -- the quintessential choice: a magnificently renewed, beachfront property with a bounty of amenities at a convenient, stateside location, but made compellingly affordable. The Breakers Palm Beach is that luxury resort for all ages, situated in the heart of the island of Palm Beach, Florida with an enticing summer vacation promotion available June 1 through September 30, 2014, including July 4th and Labor Day holiday weekends.

Summer weekday room rates (Sunday-Thursday) start at just $329 per room, per night, and begin at $409 per night on weekends (Friday/Saturday), based on standard accommodations, which represents 45% savings compared to winter season rates. Added value abounds with an amazing range of exceptional amenities, either free or at significant savings...complimentary incentives such as full American breakfast, kids' meals, unlimited fitness classes and tennis; to savings on golf, spa, beach bungalow rentals, on-site shopping and more.

Free summer benefits include:

  • Full American breakfast buffet -- served both in The Circle and The Beach Club Restaurant
  • Kids' meals - Ages 3-12
  • Unlimited tennis
  • Unlimited fitness classes
  • Unlimited WiFi & local calls

Special summer savings apply to:

  • Reduced golf fees -- inclusive of cart on the Ocean Course and The Breakers Rees Jones® Course:
    • $145 per person (18 holes) and $95 per person (9 holes) -- June 1-30
    • $ 65 per person (unlimited play, per day) -- July 1 - Sept 30
  • Kids' day camp, ages 3-12
  • Spa services
  • Eight restaurants and eight bars
  • Beach bungalows for daytime rentals
  • Shopping -- select merchandise at 11 on-site boutiques

The Breakers offers enduring value for families, couples or friends on a getaway, and its summer promotion encourages guests to save on their preferred experiences. For reservations or more information, visit www.thebreakers.com/specialoffers, call toll-free at 1-855-313-8851 or contact your travel professional.

About The Breakers Palm Beach

Under the same family ownership since 1896, this independent resort has made an unrivaled investment in its ongoing revitalization. Over the past decade, $250 million has been invested in the property and organizational enhancements, and $20 million continues to be allocated each year going forward. The relentless financial commitment balances preservation and modernization, to safeguard the resort's one-of-a-kind, architectural character and magnificent setting, while introducing new and expanded amenities to bolster its contemporary appeal.

"Guests are keenly aware that The Breakers could not be replicated today; they embrace its peerless blend of stunning atmosphere; relaxed, natural elegance; multi-faceted amenities and genuine service," said David Burke, the resort's vice president of sales & marketing. "Yet we never rest on our laurels, so we ensure it keeps getting better year after year."

About The Breakers Palm Beach

One of America's legendary resort destinations, this 540-room, Italian Renaissance-style hotel resides on 140 acres of oceanfront property in the heart of Palm Beach. The Breakers was founded in 1896 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and continues to thrive independent of chain affiliation. Renowned for its gracious service, the modern classic resort indulges its clientele, whether couples on a romantic getaway, multi-generational travelers on a family vacation or large gatherings in celebration. Its timeless atmosphere -- from its magnificent interiors to its artfully designed landscape -- has been renewed in a style of relaxed elegance. A multi-faceted destination, The Breakers features 36 holes of championship golf, including the Ocean Course and The Breakers Rees Jones® Course; 10 Har-Tru tennis courts; luxury spa; a breathtaking oceanfront with a half-mile of private beach, Mediterranean-style beach club, as well as luxury beach bungalows for daytime-rental, four oceanfront pools, five whirlpool spas and a variety of water sports; a Family Entertainment Center and an extensive program of family and children's activities. Eight distinctive restaurants and eight bars, with settings ranging from casual beachfront to stylishly sophisticated, including HMF, the resort's destination for social drinking and eating and the newly transformed Flagler Steakhouse; as well as an array of on-site boutiques, are all owned and managed by the resort. The Breakers is recognized as a AAA Five Diamond property and has earned numerous accolades for its commitment to the environment, community service and the quality of life it provides to its employees. 

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