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Festival Hotel & Concert Venue…

of the Mallorca Smooth Jazz Festival  on April 27-29, 2012 is the high-quality 5-star Protur Biomar Gran Hotel & Spa in Sa Coma, Majorca, lies only 300 metres from the beach, right on the Punta de n’Amer natural park. Perfectly suited for a vacation for two, the Protur Gran Hotel & Spa offers facilities, ambiance and services that turn the mere stay into a wonderful experience.

Between the hotel’s landscaped gardens of the hotel two stylish and exclusive outdoor pools are arranged with deck chairs and Balinese beds. Here, guests can take advantage of the Mallorcan sun or enjoy delicious cocktails and snacks at the main pool bar, without leaving the pool.

The indoor pool enables swimming during the months when temperatures are low. At the Protur Biomar Gran Hotel & Spa you can relax any time of the year in the Biomar Spa, a spa and wellness centre of more than 3,500 m2 with all types of massages and treatments for relaxing and rebalancing body and mind.

The Protur Biomar Gran Hotel & Spa’s cuisine will also seduce you. The main buffet restaurant’s show cooking display offers international flavors. The intimate Azafrán restaurant offers typical Spanish cuisine made with our chef’s personal touch. The restaurant La Toscana is all about best pasta and Italian products, while Asian cuisine can be found at the Asian restaurant. Finally, there’s the Terrace Grill, a barbecue serving the best quality meat and fresh fish directly from the grill to the plate.

Here you can order your exclusive Hotel Package.

The City of Miami Gardens is proud to announce that the 7th annual “Jazz in the Gardens” music festival will be held March 17 & 18, 2012, at SunLife Stadium, located at 2269 Dan Marino Boulevard, in the heart of Miami Gardens.

The performers for 2012 Edition are for Saturday Ramsey Lewis, Wayne Henderson, Wilton Felder, Nick Sample and Doug Belote, Ledisi, KEM, Jill Scott.

The line-up for Sunday are Nicole Henry, Kevin Eubanks, Kenny G and Patti LaBelle.

“I am elated about the success of ‘Jazz in the Gardens’ and really feel like I’ve made an impact on the community during my time here as Mayor. I remember when no one knew anything about the event and now everyone has the desire to be involved! ‘Jazz in the Gardens’ has become so much more than just a music festival. It’s become a reunion point for friends and family, a source of economic opportunity for small and large businesses and a vacation destination for adults seeking a break from the winter cold,” said City of Miami Gardens Mayor Shirley Gibson. “This may be my last year as Mayor, but I know ‘Jazz in the Gardens’ will continue to grow, and I look forward to attending the festival year after glorious year.”

Mayor Gibson created “Jazz in the Gardens” seven years ago to help boost the City of Miami Garden’s economic growth and since then the festival has positioned itself as one of South Florida’s most highly anticipated musical events, attracting audiences from all across the nation and abroad. In March 2011, over 45,000 people attended the music festival.

The annual “Jazz in the Gardens” music festival formula for success is simple: a stellar line-up, great exotic foods, affordable ticket prices and amazing weather. The 7th annual “Jazz in the Gardens” music festival will undoubtedly live up to its reputation that has been established over the previous years as one of the premiere music festivals in the country. For the past six years, it has enjoyed unprecedented growth, constantly delivering stunning increases in attendance, enjoying a burgeoning worldwide popularity and attention for the beautiful City of Miami Gardens, with attendees from as far as Canada, Europe, and the Caribbean.

For more information about the 7th annual “Jazz in the Gardens,” please call the general hotline at 1-877-640-JAZZ or visit www.jazzinthegardens.com.