Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Wordful Wednesday - Hyatt at Caravan Court in Florida

While on a blog media trip in Florida, I had the pleasure of staying at Hyatt at Caravan Court in Florida. The time spent there was short so I didn't get to see much of the place, but it was a nice hotel to stay in from what I did see.



I had two beds all to myself. I was a good girl and only slept in one. Saved housekeeping some extra cleaning.



I had a couch too. It was a very cozy and spacey room.


I soooo want one of these TVs at my house. Too bad it wouldn't fit in my luggage case. (Totally joking....sort of).


I was up in my room and I was all by myself. (Anyone know that song?!)


This is the first palm tree I've ever seen in real life. This was taken at 5:15 in the MORNING! Um, that's usually my sleeping time, but I had a plane to catch.


Me and the other bloggers spent a lot of time hanging out in the lobby and meeting room area. The hotel staff was very accommodating. They were super helpful and dealt with our chattiness.

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The hotel accommodations were provided on behalf of PR agency, but I was not incited to write any reviews or coverage on the hotel. I simply wanted to share with you where I stayed. After all, it was a part of my exciting trip. The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way. Please do your own research before purchasing services or goods. Your opinions and results may differ.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I remember seeing my first palm tree in 1998, I snapped a photo hugging it lol. Looks like a great hotel:)

Stacy Uncorked said...

Looks like a great place to stay! :)

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Shauna said...

It was a great hotel! Who in the world would be crazy enough to take your picture at 5:15 in the morning ;)

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parentingBYdummies said...

I miss seeing palm trees everyday. They mean you don't have winter and snow and junk like that to worry about!