The City of Sunny Isles Beach and the Sunny Isles Beach Tourism and Marketing Council have announced the launch of the “Sunny Isles Beach Staycation Package” targeting Floridians to come and experience a resort vacation in their own backyard.
Online PR News – 15-May-2010 – – Sunny Isles Beach Invites Florida Residents to take a ‘Staycation’ in Florida’s Riviera
(May 14, 2010), Sunny Isles Beach, FL – The City of Sunny Isles Beach and the Sunny Isles Beach Tourism and Marketing Council have announced the launch of the “Sunny Isles Beach Staycation Package” targeting Floridians to come and experience a resort vacation in their own backyard.
The Sunny Isles Beach ‘Staycation’ offers Florida residents special Sunny Isles Beach Tourism and Marketing Council member packages for hotel stays, shopping, and attractions at a variety of costs to fit any budget. The numerous ‘staycation’ packages allow Floridians to get away and explore their own state without having to spend a lot of money for a vacation to remember.
Sunny Isles Beach ‘staycationers’ will experience Florida’s Riviera and enjoy the 2 ½ mile-long fine sand beach and outdoor amenities such as water sports, boating, fishing, and tennis. The landmark pier is a local favorite while the beautiful Samson Oceanfront Park provides children’s play area and space to relax; meet friends and enjoy the sunrise. The diverse dining, exclusive resorts and abundant shopping, also add to all that the city has to offer. Tennis and golf buffs will enjoy the cool sea breezes at Haulover’s nine-hole Par 3 golf course and tennis courts, both located bayside. Eco tourism abounds at Oleta River State Park, which offers more nature-inspired fun, with mountain bike trails, kayak, canoe and rustic cabin rentals as well as picnic pavilions.
“Sunny Isles Beach offers everything from pristine beaches and world-class resorts to value hotels, along with great food and shopping. Floridians will realize that they don’t have to travel too far to vacation at a top travel destination,” said Ibis Romero, executive director of the Sunny Isles Beach Tourism and Marketing Council.
To view the “Staycation Packages” click here: