Hotel Indigo is happy to extend a block of rooms at a deeply discounted rate of $164/night (Regular room rate is $308/night). Room block and special rate are being held for Forks & Corks visiting winemakers and guests until January 5th. Use link, click on book now, choose dates and select special Forks & Corks rate.
Note, room block is being held from Jan 29 – Feb 1st. Hotel Indigo will extend the offer for any nights prior to and post block dates. Shaun Ruby can assist you with pre- and post dates. She can be reached at 941-487-3800 x 3810 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Reservations can be made for this block and rate by clicking HERE.
Hyatt Regency Sarasota is offering rates from $199 - $249 depending on room type. Please use this link in making your reservations https://aws.passkey.com/event/16335700/owner/20803/home
This is also a reminder that your sleeping room cut-off date is January 6, 2017. Please ensure your reservations are made by that date.
The Ritz Carlton Sarasota would love to offer anyone associated with the event 15% off the selling rate at time of booking. To receive this discount please contact us directly at the hotel and mention Forks & Corks.
Please contact Ashley Borchert by phone at (941) 309-2040 or email Ashley.Borchert@ritzcarlton.com. You can also contact Amanda Walker by phone at (941) 309-2550 or email at email@example.com.
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