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TRADEWINDS ISLAND RESORTS





FOR MORE INFORMATION: TradeWinds Island Resorts MikeWagner, Director of Group Sales (727) 363-2215 or (800) 345-6461 Sales@TWResort.com www.TradeWinds Meetings.com


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ne of the best-kept secrets on Florida’s West Coast, TradeWinds Island Resorts now offers a refreshed new look for groups con- vening in St. Pete Beach. After a $20-million renovation completed in 2011, the TradeWinds Island Grand is reminiscent of a classic BritishWest Indies plantation.The


resort’s muted palette and dark woods set a peace- ful tone for conferences, and guests will love the in- room amenities—flat-screen HDTVs, luxurious bedding, and high-speed Internet. With 11 restau- rants and lounges, a spa and fitness center, tennis courts, five heated pools, and miles of white sandy beaches, attendees will never want to leave the


The Largest Beachfront Meeting Facility on Florida’sWest Coast


property. Groups can take advantage of myriad on- site recreation options, from shelling and snorkel- ing toWaveRunners, parasailing, and stand-up paddle-boarding. Golf, fishing, attractions, and shopping also are nearby. Planners will appreciate the resort’s atten-


tion to detail when it comes to accommodating groups of up to 1,000, including a full-service, on-site AV company, 70,000 total square feet of flexible meeting space, and courtyards perfect for outdoor events. TradeWinds Island Resorts is proud to be a part of Florida’s green lodging program and to offer pet-friendly suites and an extensive children’s recreation program. 


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