From historic to iconic, South Florida’s The Boca Raton prepares to unveil the most significant evolution in its history this Autumn, following a $200million transformation that will celebrate a future legacy.
For over four decades, from 1944 to 1988, The Boca Raton name signified a luxurious lifestyle unmatched worldwide. Over the coming months, The Boca Raton will usher in an entirely new perspective on travel, A New Golden Era.
Originally designed and brought to life by famed architect, Addison Mizner nearly ten decades ago, The Boca Raton has been redesigned to usher in ‘A New Golden Era’ for today’s luxury traveller, leading the renaissance of the ‘grand American resort’.
With five hotel experiences under one iconic resort and set amongst 200 lake and oceanfront acres, guests are invited back to experience a new offering ranging from exceptional accommodations, extraordinary culinary concepts led by Major Food Group, a private golden beach, the 50,000sq ft Spa Palmera, an 18-hole golf course, Racquet Club, Pool Club and much more.
The five hotel experiences include the Beach Club, an oceanfront luxury escape featuring three pools set on a private stretch of golden beach; Bungalows, a three-story residential hideaway featuring two-bedroom suites with full kitchens and furnished terraces and balconies; the Yacht Club, an adults-only, all-suite luxury hotel embodying refined lakefront leisure; Cloister, the resort’s original structure, just steps from the 18-hole golf course, Racquet Club and spa; and Tower, a 27-story tower with extraordinary vistas of sparkling waterways.
This winter, the resort will also unveil Harborside Pool Club, a four-acre lakefront oasis featuring luxury cabanas, four pools, 450-foot lazy river, two three-story high slides, double standing wave, retail boutique, 7,100 square foot event lawn, 5,000 square foot kids club, and a teens lounge, as well as new waterfront dining options.
Located Harbourside, the 27- story iconic Coastal Boca Pink Tower will be the shining focus of this impressive development. Redesigned from ground to sky, the $45million transformation to Tower has been directed by renowned US architecture firm, Rockwell Group, and features 224 spacious suites and guest rooms – from adjoining suites to entire floor takeovers – each surrounded by 360-degree views of the Atlantic Ocean and South Florida Coastline.
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