Summer Sundays at the Beach - Casa Marina Hotel
“SUMMER SUNDAYS AT THE BEACH”
...Last minute Runaway can be Fun!
Jacksonville Beach, FL (MAY 2010) The Casa Marina Hotel and Restaurant is a convenient location for a 1-night Sunday Runaway. This historic oceanfront hotel offers more than just a stunning view of the Atlantic Ocean. Planning a quick spontaneous ‘refresher’ runaway is easy to plan.
Beginning Sunday, May 2, the Casa invites guests for a 1-night ‘package’ runaway any Sunday (excluding holidays). Relax and enjoy a fabulous Sunday Brunch for 2, the expansive beach, invitation to the Penthouse for Cocktails for 2 and Continental Breakfast for 2 before checkout. Located directly on the ocean where guests rise early to watch the radiant morning beach sunrise, guests also end the day upstairs in the Penthouse to savor the last glorious colors of an evening sunset.
Summer Sundays at the Beach: ($159)
• Check in Sunday (Ocean view Room)
• Sunday Brunch for 2 – Casa Marina’s Famous Brunch
• Enjoy a Day at the Beach
• Sunday afternoon or evening – Welcome Cocktails for 2 in the Penthouse
• Enjoy our daily morning Continental Breakfast from 6:00am – 10:00am
Casa Marina Hotel & Restaurant
691 N. 1st Street
Jacksonville Beach, Florida
Recognized in 2005 by the National Trust for Historic Preservation as one of the Historic Hotels of America, The Casa Marina Hotel offers 23 bedrooms and parlor suites, individually and dramatically decorated to represent the distinctive styles of its dazzling history. Its salon-inspired restaurant is reminiscent of oceanfront fine dining anywhere in the world. Both the Hotel and Restaurant bring a feeling of classic, timeless glamour from the 1920’s to Jacksonville Beach, a blend of history, natural beauty and sophisticated culture. Since the Hotel opened its doors onto an expanse of the Jacksonville beaches in 1925, when every postcard of the era announced ‘World’s Finest Beach’, it has remained a fascinating landmark of Florida history. There have been many forgotten moments in the vast drama of the 1920’s, but the mystery of the Casa is that she must have seen it all.
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