Published On: Mon, Jul 19th, 2021

Boca Raton Resort and Club announces New Golden Era

The Boca Raton Resort and Club has unveiled its new name, the Boca Raton, but that’s not the only improvement being made.

The Cloister. Photo from The Boca Raton Resort.

Phase one of the transformation consists of $175 million in physical changes as part of their New Golden Era which will be unveiled in the winter of 2021.

“The Boca Raton has a remarkable history as an internationally recognized landmark and a private escape for in-the-know travelers,” said Daniel A. Hostettler, President and CEO of the Boca Raton, in a press release. “A New Golden Era will pay homage to the resort’s storied past while introducing innovative new amenities and experiences that will inspire both members and guests and define the Boca Raton as one of the world’s most preeminent luxury resorts and private clubs.”

Part of the new era includes the unveiling of the Harborside Pool Club which will feature luxury cabanas, four pools, a lazy river, two three-story high water slides, an event lawn, a teen’s lounge, kids club, a retail boutique, and waterfront dining options.

This winter, the Boca Raton will also introduce a new spa with new treatments, the Spa Palmera. Guests can spend time shopping with a personal stylist and couples can book a private boat experience, featuring snorkeling and private entertainment. For those seeking adventure, a new supercar racing experience will be added to the resort as well.

The resort will consist of five separate hotels located Beachside and Harborside and each promises to offer a unique experience.

For extended stays, the Bungalows offers two-bedroom suites with furnished balconies and full kitchens. The Bungalows is on a secluded portion of the property and provides a private pool for its guests.

The resort’s original building, the Cloister features grand architecture and is in the heart of the resort. Its location leaves it steps from the 18-hole golf course, the Racquet Club, and the spa. It will reopen this winter and will feature new, rotating art galleries.

For those seeking a child-free stay, the Yacht club offers an adult-only experience. This hotel offers lake views and private balconies. It will also be reopening this winter.

Undergoing a $45 million renovation, the Tower will offer multiple room configurations with two or three bedrooms and butler service. The 27-story resort will open in the first quarter of 2022.

The Boca Raton is going to be opening new culinary experiences as well, ranging from fine dining to waterfront eateries, including four restaurants in partnership with Major Food Group. The Flamingo Grill will open this month and Sadelle’s will open at a currently unannounced date.

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