Two websites and a summer camp offer a variety of great ways to enjoy the fabulous amenities and spectacular views of Williams Island.
The newly designed site www.williamsislandclub.com tempts residents and browsers alike to survey the possibilities.
“It’s very user-friendly,” says Communications Manager Kelli Avera. “It has a more Mediterranean feel, and better represents why Williams Island is known as The Florida Riviera. We invite everyone to visit it and give us feedback.”
The new site, she says, is a handy way for residents and members to become familiar with spa services, get exercise schedules, browse the menus for Island eateries and keep informed about upcoming events. Planning a social event? Avera suggests another new online delicacy –– the new Williams Island Catering site williamsislandcatering.com
“Our five-star catering services are available to everyone — non-residents as well as members and residents,” Avera says. Indoor accommodations can be made for as few as eight to as many as 150 guests. For a more casual setting, Williams Island Café is available during off hours. Or should you choose to celebrate under the stars, there’s room for between 200 and 300 guests around the grand lagoon pool, in a tropical setting adjacent to the yacht-studded marina. To make it easy to incorporate spa services and other amenities into your special day, the site has a link to www.williamsislandclub.com
To discuss catering options and/or schedule a private tour of Williams Island catering venues, contact Michael Kampy at 305-937-7802 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 305-937-7802 end_of_the_skype_highlighting.
And there’s more. For one, there is a tennis summer camp for boys and girls age 7 to 16 (June 14 – August 13). To learn more, call Tennis Director Carlos Triana, 305-937-7850
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