Panama City Beach Halts Winter Hibernation!
More Activities, More Entertainment, More Fun – All Year Long!
By: Nicole Steinman : Holiday Inn Resort
Despite the down economy, the Florida Panhandle continues to grow with the recent opening of the new Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport, making it even easier for travelers to visit the area. Over the past few years Panama City Beach has added 3 big attractions with Wonder Works, Ripley’s Believe it or Not, and the Pier Park shopping and entertainment complex, adding to the area’s already wide array of attractions that includes Gulf World Marine Park and Shipwreck Island. With all the new things to do in the area and the new airport making it easier to get to the beach, hotels and travelers alike are both welcoming the changes. “It’
After the summer season ends and value season begins, this area not only stays awake but really comes alive with a variety of annual events! Thunder Beach Fall & Spring Rallies, the Seafood, Wine, and Music Fest, Emerald Coast Cruzin’ car show, are just a few events you’ll find on Panama City Beach – and all during a time where you can get more for your money! Restaurants and attractions run specials and hotel rates are much cheaper – even at the most sought after resorts!
The Holiday Inn Resort really goes above and beyond for their guests all year long with live entertainment, kid’s activities, manager’s receptions, and plenty of other additional amenities, but during the fall through spring months this beachside resort can be enjoyed at a much reduced price. “There’s nothing better than getting a Sandal’s-like experience on a Holiday Inn Budget - and without the travel hassles” says Colvin. This trend holds true for almost every hotel along the beach. “I have a quiet, relaxed, home-away-from-
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