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Club Med Sandpiper Bay Port St. Lucie, Florida


1 CONTACT INFORMATION


4500 S.E. Pine Valley St. Port St. Lucie, FL 34952 Sales: 888.808.7841 Director of Groups & Incentive Sales: Robert Cao www.clubmedgroups.com


QUICK FACTS Affiliation


Accommodations Singles/Doubles/Suites


Max Group Size (rooms/people) Room Rates


Club Med 308


308/25/10 308/600


High $200 - $370 Low $130 - $170


Resort Fee: $35 Room Tax: incl. Sales Tax: 8.2%


High Season n Low Season n Shoulder Season Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec


MEETING SPACE Largest Meeting Room


Total Indoor


Total Indoor/Outdoor AMENITIES


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6,466 Sq. Ft. 15,392 Sq. Ft. 29,184 Sq. Ft.


Business: Business center; PC, phone, and pager rental; state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment; and wired and wireless Internet access.


Recreation: 18- and 9-hole pitch-and-putt courses, golf academy, 21 tennis courts, tennis academy, spa, fitness center, circus school, flying trapeze, beach, sailing, and extensive programs for families and kids.


Nearby: A dozen golf courses, including 54 holes at the PGA Golf Club; Tradition Field (New York Mets); Hallstrom Planetarium; plus all of Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, and more.


AIRPORT PROXIMITY


Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) 45 miles Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International 95 miles Airport (FLL)


“Club Med is a great place for a group to enjoy themselves while maintaining the privacy needed for meetings. And as always, the Club Med food was stellar!”


—Jay Beck The Carter Center


A $28-million transformation gave a fresh new face and added amenities to Club Med Sandpiper Bay. Reopened in Port St. Lucie, Florida, on December 17, 2010, the only all-inclusive family resort in the continental United States now welcomes industry events and corporate meetings with more than 25,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space for meetings and events in an extraordinary setting. While a 24-hour business center takes care of


administrative needs, a dedicated meeting coordinator and catering team support the proceedings at two versatile ballrooms, two multipurpose conference rooms, a boardroom, and event terrace. Groups benefit from the latest in audiovisual and gourmet dining options. What’s more, the resort can arrange


for complete privacy through a property-wide buyout. Team-building programs draw from the same vast selection of sports


and activities available to leisure guests, everything from 18-hole golf and tennis to spa treatments and lessons on the flying trapeze. Options for family members include age-specific programs ranging from playtime at a baby gym to circus school, art studio, cooking, dancing, and sailing. The all-inclusive policy covers everything—on-site activities, accom- modation in a choice of 308 spacious guest rooms, premium beverages, and gourmet dining at two new restaurants. Excursions expand the horizons even further with choices like golf on 15 nearby courses, surfing safaris, sunset cruises on the St. Lucie River, paintball competitions, and day trips to Fort Lauderdale, Miami, and the theme parks of Orlando.


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