The Experience hotel sold out, new accommodations announced


CLEARWATER BEACH, FL — The Experience Conference & Exhibition 2015 recently announced that rooms at the Hilton Clearwater Beach Resort, the location of the event, are no longer available, according to a press release.

Other nearby accommodations are available at discounted prices (approximately $100 per night) through March 30; prices are expected to rise after this date.

The three added room options are as follows:

101 Coronado Drive,
Clearwater Beach, FL
Located diagonally across the street from the Hilton.
  • Wyndham Garden Clearwater Beach Hotel — $169 (beach view), $139 (non-beach view); and a $25 resort fee, which provides for parking, internet, pool and cabanas, and 24-hour fitness and business centers
691 S. Gulfview Blvd.
Clearwater Beach, FL
Located one mile from the Hilton.
1201 Gulf Blvd.,
Clearwater Beach, FL
Located on Sand Key two miles from the Hilton.

The Experience Conference & Exhibition 2015 is scheduled for April 27-29 and will include numerous speakers, lectures, educational sessions and hands-on learning opportunities in addition to the exhibit hall, which includes a wide variety of industry manufacturers and distributors with the latest equipment on hand for your examination.

Registration for The Experience is still open.

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