TWO-NIGHT SPACE COAST PACKAGE DOWNRIGHT DELICIOUS
— Relaxing, care-free beach get-a-way close to home includes two-night stay and a dining pass for four
guests at $20 per person —
Now through December 19 families and friends can indulge in a decadent three-course meal for just $20 per person during the Space Coast’s all-new Savor Our Space dining and hotel promotion.
With a minimum two-night stay in one of 50-plus hotels on Florida’s Space Coast, guests will receive a VIP (Very Important Patron) Pass for a three-course meal at one of 17 participating restaurants along Brevard County’s 72 miles of shoreline.
The VIP Pass is valid for up to four guests who can choose an appetizer or salad, entrée and dessert from a select menu that features local, fresh-caught seafood straight from the pristine waters off the Space Coast, as well as steak, pork, chicken and pasta. All of the dishes have been created by local Space Coast chefs.
Florida’s Space Coast includes Cocoa Beach, Melbourne, Palm Bay and Titusville and is only 35 miles east of Orlando – making it Orlando’s closest beaches. The Space Coast is a nature-goers paradise, a beach-lovers dream and home to NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, Port Canaveral and an array of shops, restaurants, museums, attractions and much more.
For more information or to make a reservation for Savor Our Space, visit www.SavorOurSpace.com
Tax and gratuity is not included. Not valid with other promotions.
About Florida’s Space Coast
Located 35 miles (56 km) east of Orlando, Florida’s Space Coast is home to Orlando’s closest beaches. Encompassing Cocoa Beach, Melbourne Beach, Palm Bay and Titusville, this family-friendly destination offers more than 10,000 guest rooms, and is an ideal, value getaway. With 72 miles (110 km) of beaches, the longest stretch in the state, and 250 square miles of wildlife refuge, the Space Coast is one of the largest intact eco-systems in Florida. It is home to one of the nation’s busiest cruise ports; is the nation’s East Coast surfing capital and the location of NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, where all 135 shuttle missions launched and unmanned rockets continue to launch. The Space Coast will be home to the retired Atlantis shuttle in 2013, and is one of only four destinations nationwide where visitors will be able to view an orbiter. For more information, contact the Space Coast Office of Tourism at (877) 572-3224 or visit www.visitspacecoast.com. Visit www.spacecoastlaunches.com to learn about upcoming rocket launches. Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Florida-Space-Coast. Follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/flaspacecoast .