Small Market Meetings

DEC 2016

The Newspaper for Smaller Cities, Facilities and Planners.

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G I V E T H E M A T O R E M E M B E R . PRESENTATION Hotel Venezia Ideal location for your next small meeting. Over 6000 square feet of fl exible meeting space. Resort Style setting, no resort fees. Full service restaurant and lounge. 941-308-7700 HotelVeneziaFL.com Hyatt Regency Sarasota Select a memorable waterfront setting for your event. Our expert planners help your guests experience the power of connection through refreshing culinary fare, technology-enabled collaboration & more. 941-953-1234 Sarasota.Regency.hyatt.com The Resort at Longboat Key Club Extraordinary meetings require an exceptional location.223 luxury suites, 45 holes of golf, tennis, 8 onsite restaurants & lounges, spa, fi tness center, marina, 12,000 sq. ft of fl exible meeting space. 941-387-1605 LongboatKeyClub.com Westin Sarasota The Westin Sarasota, opening in April 2017 is Sarasota's newest jewel overlooking the Bay. With 26,000 square feet of beautiful and fl exible meeting space, this is the perfect spot for your meeting or event. 941-706-1607 WestinSarasota.com Zota Resort Located on a breathtaking stretch of white sand beach in exclusive Longboat Key, you'll fi nd the luxurious, new Zota Beach Resort opening in early 2017. Introductory meeting specials available. 941-387-1605 ZotaBeachResort.com Florida's Gulf Coast | Sunsets on the Gulf of Mexico. Brilliant white-sand beaches. Evenings of theater, concerts and nights on the town. The only thing better—the inspiration they'll have for tomorrow's meeting. Contact us to find out about exclusive meeting incentives. L O N G B O A T K E Y | S T . A R M A N D S | L I D O K E Y | S I E S T A K E Y | C A S E Y K E Y | V E N I C E | M A N A S O T A K E Y | E N G L E W O O D | N O R T H P O R T SarasotaMeetings.com Orlando Tampa Miami

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