DoubleTree by Hilton Opens in South Florida
Wednesday May 14th, 2014 - 10:09AM PBG
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BOCA RATON, FL—DoubleTree by Hilton has opened Waterstone Resort & Marina Boca Raton—a DoubleTree by Hilton here.
The hotel is owned and operated by AWH Partners, LLC and managed by Spire Hospitality.
The 139-room hotel opens following a multi-million dollar renovation of the former Boca Raton Bridge Hotel, and offers a contemporary new design blending grand, opulent Floridian style with modern coastal design, according to the company. Design elements include custom-made furnishings and fabrics, local artwork, and water and stone accents.
All guestrooms and suites offer a private balcony as well as a 37-in. HDTV, an alarm clock with MP3 connection, a mini-refrigerator and complimentary WiFi access.
Other amenities include the 24-hour fitness center featuring state-of-the-art Precor equipment, the private swimming pool and the adjoining waterfront promenade, and 8,500 sq. ft. of indoor/outdoor meeting space.
Dining options include Boca Landing, offering fresh, local seafood, and Waterstone Bar & Grille, a poolside restaurant offering a Latin/tropical menu in a “dock-to-dine” setting.
Located just 25 miles from both Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport and Palm Beach International Airport, the refurbished hotel is 300 yards from the Atlantic Ocean and overlooks the Intracoastal Waterway.
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