The Renaissance Resort at World Golf Village In NE Florida Offering New “Business Traveler Package”ST. AUGUSTINE, FL (February 2011) – If you are traveling on business to Northeast Florida, you should consider taking advantage of the new “Business Traveler Package” that is now being offered by The Renaissance Resort at World Golf Village. Conveniently connected to the St. Johns County Convention Center in St. Augustine, with easy access to Jacksonville, the 301-room resort is the largest combination hotel and conference center between Atlanta and Orlando, with 86,000 square feet of meeting and event space.
The new “Business Traveler Package” includes: wired and wireless high-speed Internet access; one in-room movie per day; valet parking; and daily dry cleaning (not to exceed $25). Available to business travelers staying at the resort, the package is just $30 above standard retail room rates, providing a very nice savings as the package components normally would be $80. Standard retail room rates range from $129 per night and up throughout the year, based on dates and availability.
“The package provides a $50 savings when you tally the value of all of the package components, which is a considerable savings for our valued business traveler guests,” said Scott Selvaggi, the resort’s director of sales and marketing. “Combine the value of the package with our newly-renovated resort, incredible resort and convention center offerings, and the resort’s location with easy access to Jacksonville, and it really is a great offer.”
For more information, or for reservations, contact The Renaissance Resort at World Golf Village at 888-740-7020 or 904-940-8635, or visit www.WorldGolfRenaissance.com .
Ideally situated in the heart of the beautifully landscaped 6,300-acre World Golf Village, the award-winning resort is a consistent recipient of many of the meetings industry’s highest honors, which includes Meetings & Conventions magazine’s prestigious “Gold Key Award,” Medical Meetings magazine’s “M&D Award,” and Meetings & Conventions magazine’s “Gold Tee Award.” The resort also was named one of the “Top 80 Golf Resorts” in the world in a readers’ poll in Condé Nast Traveler magazine.
The impressive $10 million renovation, completed in 2008, included the complete remodeling of all 301 guest rooms and suites, dramatic changes to the lobby atrium and entry area, remodeling of all guest room corridors, an expanded fitness center with new state-of-the-art equipment, enhancements to the meeting space and business center, and the opening of an exceptional new restaurant and bar called 500 South.
Guest rooms and suites feature new furniture, soft goods, window treatments, lighting, 37” flat-panel screen LCD HDTV televisions, and the Marriott JackPack, which provides complete connectivity to the guests for laptops, MP3 players, digital cameras, and video game players. The rooms and suites feature a contemporary design with an Asian feel, which includes rich red bed coverings, crisp white linens, along with a color scheme of warm neutral gold. In-room offerings also include high-speed Internet access, two telephones with data ports, a wet bar and refrigerator, an in-room safe, and in-room coffee.
Recreational offerings at the resort include two championship golf courses: the popular 6,939-yard Slammer & Squire (just steps from The Renaissance Resort), and the renowned 7,279-yard King & Bear (co-designed by Arnold “The King” Palmer and Jack “The Bear” Nicklaus). Guests also have access to four additional golf courses within 15 minutes of the resort, for a total of 108 holes of golf. Additional offerings at the resort include a sauna, pool, hot tub, and full-service concierge.
The resort is an easy walk to The World Golf Hall of Fame, the ultimate destination for the celebration of golf’s greatest players, with fun interactive exhibits and historic golf artifacts. Guests also can easily stroll to the World Golf Hall of Fame’s 18-hole real grass putting course, a 132-yard Island Challenge Hole, an IMAX® 3D Theater, and the Walk of Champions. In addition, guests can take golf lessons at the renowned PGA TOUR Golf Academy.
Guests also can explore St. Augustine, the nation’s oldest city. Founded in 1565, the area is rich with Spanish architecture, with charming cobblestone streets and such historical sites as the Castillo de San Marcos fortress and The Fountain of Youth. Additional area offerings include exceptional shopping at two nearby outlet malls, and chartered fishing trips.
For more information on The Renaissance Resort at World Golf Village, call 888-740-7020 or 904-940-8000, and visit www.WorldGolfRenaissance.com .
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