NATIONAL REPORT—Florida is seeing an influx of hotel properties, including debuts, expansion projects and reopened properties after Hurricane Irma last year. Here’s a look at what’s taking root in the Sunshine State.
Holiday Inn Club Vacations Opens Signature Collection Reserve Building
Holiday Inn Club Vacations is set to open its new five-story, 42-villa Signature Collection Reserve building and pool at its Holiday Inn Club Vacations Cape Canaveral Beach Resort in Cape Canaveral, FL.
The Signature Collection Reserve experience from Holiday Inn Club Vacations offers luxury villas with deluxe furnishings, a fully equipped kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and an espresso machine, a home theater and gaming system, premium linens and bathrobes and more. Additional touches include VIP check-in and priority seating at on-site restaurants.
With the addition of the Signature Collection Reserve building and pool, Cape Canaveral Beach Resort has grown to 193 total villas and now sports three pools, including a lazy river pool with a waterslide and a children’s splash pad.
Costa Hollywood Beach Resort
A chic oceanfront hotel, Costa Hollywood Beach Resort will open this Friday, offering 307 European-influenced suites, as well as a 25,000-sq.-ft. rooftop infinity pool and sun deck with views of the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway.
Situated on Ocean Dr., north of Hollywood Blvd., the resort is close to the ocean and the Hollywood Beach Boardwalk. Each suite includes handcrafted Italian cabinetry and stainless steel SMEG appliances.
Courtyard by Marriott DeLand Historic District
The Courtyard by Marriott DeLand Historic District is now open. Located at 308 North Woodland Blvd., the 104-room hotel will operate as a Marriott franchise, owned and managed by Avista Hotels and Resorts.
The latest room design offers hybrid zones for working, sleeping, relaxing and getting ready. Indirect lighting and a neutral, tone-on-tone color palette makes for a soothing and calm environment.
New Look for Hadley House and Fisher Inn Resort & Marina
Atlanta-based commercial real estate firm Songy Highroads LLC (SHR) has renovated and reopened two waterfront hotels in the Florida Keys.
Hadley House and Fisher Inn Resort & Marina were among the properties devastated during Hurricane Irma, but SHR mobilized quickly to completely renovate and reopen within a year after the storm, adding to the supply of hotel rooms in Islamorada, FL.
Fisher Inn is managed by Aimbridge Hospitality. Located centrally in the heart of the Florida Keys, the property underwent full renovation including updates to the exterior, public spaces and guestrooms. The 22-key resort and marina has bright decor, inspired by the Keys, and vibrant rooms with amenities such as walk-in showers, kitchenettes complete with refrigerators and Keurig coffeemakers, dining seating and free WiFi.