Little Palm Island Resort & Spa Announces The Million Dollar Weekend

LITTLE TORCH KEY, Fla., March 1 /PRNewswire/ — Little Palm Island Resort & Spa, widely recognized as one of the most luxurious and expensive private island resorts in the United States, has just announced what is presumed to be the most expensive package in the world, The Million Dollar Weekend.

The Million Dollar Weekend includes:

* Private use of the Island’s 30 one-bedroom suites for three nights (up
to two guests per suite)
* Round trip limousine transfers to and from Key West International
* Welcome bottle of Cristal Champagne with engraved crystal champagne
flutes per suite
* Extravagant nightly turndown gifts including his and her Tag Heuer
Watches, original artwork from Wyland Galleries and engraved picture
frames from Tiffany & Co.
* Up to five hours of photography and video services per day.
Commemorative photo albums and videos will be provided to each couple
* Breakfast, lunch and dinner daily for the entire group. The Dining
Room at Little Palm Island is widely known as one of the best dining
experiences in the United States, featuring Executive Chef Anthony
* Unlimited tropical refreshments and cocktails
* $10,000 per day entertainment allowance
* Daily spa treatments at Indonesian-inspired SpaTerre for each guest
* Use of a fully staffed and Captained 100-foot yacht for exploring the
waters of the Atlantic
* Daily snorkel or scuba trips to Looe Key National Marine Sanctuary one
of North America’s finest living coral reefs
* Backcountry Fishing trips with some of the Florida Keys finest captains
– Guests will keep his and hers Loomis Rod and Shimano Reels
* $1,000 shopping spree in the Island Boutique per couple
* Chauffeured limo available 24 hours for land excursions
* Private Fireworks Display

“Many of our guests ask to take over the island for special occasions such as birthdays, weddings and corporate retreats,” said Terry Bechtold, general manager of Little Palm Island Resort & Spa. “We decided to create this package specifically for people looking to have it all taken care of and then some,” added Bechtold.

The Million Dollar Weekend is based on availability, must be made at least two weeks in advance of arrival, and is suited for 30 couples (60 persons maximum.) Travel agent commission is standard 10% on rooms only.

For those that don’t want to spend a million dollars, but still want to splurge a bit, Little Palm Island is also offering a “Swept Away Package,” that includes private car transport, champagne upon arrival, spa treatments and private meals created by the resort’s executive chef. This five-night package is $7,430 from April 1 to June 30, 2005.

Little Palm Island Resort & Spa is an intimate and romantic tropical hideaway. The resort’s 30 thatched-roof bungalows are discreetly nestled throughout the island and offer private sundecks and ocean views. This secluded hideaway, nestled amid hundreds of Jamaican coconut palm trees, provides the ideal location for guests to completely detach themselves from everyday life. The resort offers an Indonesian-inspired SpaTerre, a private marina and acclaimed dining. Little Palm Island provides guests with complete privacy and luxury.

Andrew Harper’s Hideaway, Conde Nast Traveler, Travel + Leisure and others have rated Little Palm Island as one of the top resorts in the United States. The resort has been recognized in the Zagat “Top 50 Small Hotels in the US” and “Top Hotel in Florida” and is a member of Virtuoso and American Express Fine Hotels & Resorts.

Located three miles off-shore in the Lower Florida Keys, Little Palm Island is only accessible by boat or seaplane. For more information or to make reservations, please call (305) 872-2524, (800) 3-GET-LOST or your travel professional (Chain Code NC) or visit the hotel online at


Noble House Hotels & Resorts is a privately held hotel management and development company based in Seattle, Washington. The company owns and manages 12 boutique hotels and resorts located in seven states and spanning the four coastal corners of the U.S. Founded in 1980, the Noble House collection includes such renowned properties as The Adolphus in Dallas, Texas; Little Palm Island Resort & Spa in the Florida Keys and The Edgewater in Seattle, Washington. For more information or to book reservations, visit the Noble House Hotels & Resorts website at

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