WEST PALM BEACH, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 08/27/13 -- Celebrating life's major events, from weddings to anniversaries to rites of passage, is memorable all on its own. But celebrating according to age-old customs and traditions adds special depth and meaning. That's why finding the right venue, a place that can both accommodate an event's cultural parameters and truly embrace them, is of critical importance. And when it comes to celebrating kosher events in West Palm Beach, no one does it quite so well as West Palm Beach Marriott.
West Palm Beach kosher events, be it a bar/bat mitzvah, wedding or other celebration, start with tantalizing menus. Following the lead of the its West Palm Beach restaurant, Bistro Ten Zero One, the hotel's new kosher event menus incorporate fresh, local ingredients that appeal to everyone. Someone organizing a bar/bat mitzvah, for example, might include a taco station featuring locally-caught fish. A couple planning their wedding, meanwhile, may incorporate a ceviche station where guests can get a taste of the ocean that's just beyond the hotel's doors. Themed break menus (healthy, ballpark and Mexican); kosher parve breakfasts with optional meat, parve and dairy enhancements; and lunch, dinner and cocktail-reception menus that incorporate global cuisine all provide a modern taste of Florida that accords with Judaism's ancient customs.
These delicacies are whipped up in a designated 3,000-square-foot kosher kitchen overseen by the Orthodox Rabbinical Board. Whether guests are looking to celebrate with 500 of their closest friends and family in the Regency Ballroom, host an ambient event on the patio or combine the best of both worlds for a simcha in the tented pavilion, West Palm Beach Marriott can make it happen.
Guests visiting from out of town will applaud the event's location, because these West Palm Beach accommodations have been renovated to include all the luxuries that modern travelers seek. From iHome docking stations, to complimentary high-speed Internet, to mini-refrigerators, the 352 guestrooms make visitors feel right at home. Plus this West Palm Beach hotel is just minutes away from all the desirable destinations like the beach, the airport and downtown.
One unexpected result of this new kosher menu, it seems, has been to make kosher a requirement that no longer needs to be worked around but rather, like the events themselves, a tradition celebrated as a thing of beauty.
About West Palm Beach Marriott
Nothing beats location -- except perhaps a location that's enhanced by an amazing hotel like the West Palm Beach Marriott. This property may be just minutes away from the dazzling beach, the Palm Beach International Airport and the bustling downtown, but it has plenty to recommend it inside, too. The 352 recently renovated guestrooms and suites include the latest technology (iHome docking stations, flat-panel televisions, free Internet) alongside plush bedding, while the 24-hour fitness center and heated pool provide convenient options for those looking to relax somewhere other than the beach. Dining is both pleasurable and exciting, thanks to the seasonal menus at Bistro Ten Zero One; and with an onsite Starbucks, getting one's daily caffeine fix is a breeze. Those traveling for business will enjoy close proximity to the Palm Beach County Convention Center as well as 16 meeting rooms and a full-service business center. Events, meanwhile, find creative expression at this hotel, where 18,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space is beautifully matched with menus that can accommodate any preference, custom or tradition. And that trumps location alone any day.
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West Palm Beach Marriott
1001 Okeechobee Boulevard
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
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