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Sheraton Panama City Beach refundable getaway from $99

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Sheraton Panama City Beach refundable getaway from $99
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Get more than half off a beach vacation!

Don’t pack that bikini away just yet! Enjoy a stay at a secluded Panama City resort at rates from just $99 a night on stays through February.

This TravelZoo exclusive saves up to 55% at the Sheraton Panama City Beach Golf and Spa Resort located along the historic St. Andrews Bay and the Grand Lagoon.

The Emerald Coast resort offers guest rental amenities such as pontoon boats, paddleboards, jet skis and other water-sports equipment. Onsite are five tennis courts, a private bay beach, a bayside pool and the Serenity Spa. The property is the only AAA 4 Diamond-rated hotel in Panama City Beach and features the only Nicklaus-designed golf course in Northwest Florida.

King rooms for $99 a night feature a resort, pool, bay or golf course view, complimentary Wi-Fi, in-room Starbucks coffee, USB outlets and over-sized lighted mirrors in the bathrooms. On-site dining options include Tides Restaurant & Lounge, Flip Flops Pool Bar, Cabana Cafe, Bar 72 and the Marketplace.

The $99 rate is valid most Sundays through Thursdays. Rates start from $129 per weekend night. Upgraded rooms to a Bay View are $20 more per night. Not included is a $15 per night resort fee (regularly $30) which includes self-parking and a $20 credit for a morning round of golf at the Baypoint Golf Course. Kids age 18 and under stay free when using existing bedding.

Book your stay now at TravelZoo by September 16. If you need to cancel give at least a 48-hour advance notice for a full refund with no fee.

(Editor’s note: The travel industry is currently under great stress, and the money you pay now may be lost if companies go out of business. See more here.)