WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.—With 2017 Spring Training on deck, three West Palm Beach Marriott-branded hotels look to hit a grand slam with visiting baseball fans.
The Ballpark of The Palm Beaches, an all-new training complex for both the Houston Astros and Washington Nationals, has teamed up with West Palm Beach Marriott, Courtyard West Palm Beach, and Residence Inn West Palm Beach Downtown/CityPlace Area to present visitors with an eclectic, yet premier selection of home bases for their South Florida jaunt.
The brand-new training facility features six fields, which includes a 6,500-seat stadium as its main attraction. The stadium offers stylish suites with balconies, hospitality service, and private restrooms. The venue’s open-air party decks let attendees enjoy a personal bar, as well as an all-you-can-eat menu. For the ultimate Spring Training experience, fans can choose to sit in the field box, which boasts incredibly close field-level views and premium seating.
Opening day is scheduled for February 28, 2017, as the Nationals and Astros are set to play and break in their new Spring Training home.
Travelers who choose to stay at West Palm Beach Marriott can expect an effortless arrival and departure with their complimentary shuttle service to and from Palm Beach International Airport. Guests will love the hotel’s brand-new lobby, free Wi-Fi and local fare at Bistro Ten Zero One.
Less than 2 miles away from the state-of-the-art ballpark, Courtyard West Palm Beach is the perfect choice for baseball fans looking to get closer to all of the competitive action. Before or after a game, guests can fuel up at The Bistro – Eat. Drink. Connect., the hotel’s on-site restaurant.
For those staying in town for a while, Residence Inn West Palm Beach Downtown/CityPlace Area can make an extended-stay visit feel just like home. The apartment-style suites offer separate sleeping, living, and dining areas, as well as amenities such as free Wi-Fi, flat-panel HDTVs, and full-size kitchens.