Hidden Dunes: PCB’s Hidden Treasure

Panama City Beach’s popularity and legend can be attributed to a single perception: when vacationers come to the emerald coast, it “feels” like their beach. They get front row views to one of the most magnificent coastlines in all of America and can walk to their favorite restaurants and shopping plazas. They know the hotel staff by name, know exactly the spot around the pool they plan to lounge and when they leave they remember the room number for next year. This beach is their beach. Although some of this mystique has changed over the years, a few places have maintained it, nurtured it and can provide vacationers a perfect blend of personal service and the exclusivity they have come to expect. One such place is Hidden Dunes.

Nestled in the sand dunes of Thomas Drive, Hidden Dunes is a luxury resort condominium convenient to many Panama City Beach attractions, dining and shopping. But what makes Hidden Dunes so special is the sense of favoritism all guests experience. That experience starts the moment you step onto your balcony, see the emerald strip of coastline and realize it’s your perfect piece of paradise.

The condominium units are extra spacious, each with three-bedroom/three baths and a two-person hot tub on a private balcony overlooking the gulf. All condos are 2300 square feet and include a full kitchen and laundry room. The interiors are upscale and the list of amenities, which include a large swimming pool, a kiddie pool and a gulf front fitness room, rival any on the beach. Hidden Dunes on Panama City Beach provides affordable luxury and the perfect escape on “The World’s Most Beautiful Beaches.”

Right now, you can get 10% off your stay at Hidden Dunes just by mentioning PCBDaily.com. In fact, I encourage you whether you are planning a winter getaway or would just like a mini-vacation, stop reading the article and call 1 877-377-7707 or head over to http://www.hiddendunescondo.com

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