Amelia Island, FL (PRWEB) January 17, 2008
From now through the end of February, 13 Amelia Island Hotels and Bed & Breakfasts will offer a special buy 2 get 1 free promotion.
Visitors who book a two-night stay at any of the 13 participating Amelia Island hotels and Bed & Breakfast locations will enjoy a third night's stay at no cost.
This first-ever 3-for-2 discount offer gives visitors an unprecedented opportunity to enjoy Amelia Island. Florida vacationers can learn more about the promotion at http://www.ameliaisland.org/free .
All 'buy two get one free' Amelia Island hotel deals are based on availability, and include restrictions and black out dates. Travelers who wish to book Amelia Island hotels with this special offer can contact the participating hotels directly.
The participating Amelia Island Bed & Breakfast and hotel locations include:
- 1875 Florida House Inn
- Addison on Amelia
- Amelia Hotel at the Beach
- Amelia Island Plantation
- Amelia Island Williams House
- Ash Street Inn
- Beachside Motel
- Elizabeth Pointe Lodge
- The Fairbanks House
- Hampton Inn
- Hampton Inn & Suites
- The Hoyt House
- Summer Beach Resort
Recently named among the Top 10 North American islands by Conde Nast Traveler's Reader's Choice Awards, Amelia Island vacations have long been a favorite for travelers from around the world. Treasured for its long stretches of quiet beaches, natural beauty, unique history, and charming seaport character, the island is home to an irresistible mix of world-class resorts, spas, golf, and dining, and a charming collection of bed and breakfast inns and historic districts.
About Amelia Island Florida:
Located just off the coast of northeast Florida, Amelia Island is a barrier island rich in colorful history and breath-taking natural beauty. Its long, beautiful beaches, abundant wildlife, and pristine waters have made the island a favorite destination for outdoor adventure. Upscale resorts with world-class spas, championship golf and exclusive dining blend effortlessly with a captivating collection of bed and breakfast inns and historic districts. The island is home to Fernandina Beach, once a vibrant Victorian seaport village, and now a charming downtown district of eclectic shops, attractions, and eateries.