Boca Raton Resort & Club Celebrating 94 Years with $150 Million Renovation Project

By Paul Riegler on 11 October 2020
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The Boca Raton Resort & Club will undergo a $150 million renovation and refurbishment, the owners of the property announced.

The 94-year-old property is a Waldorf Astoria Resort, which is part of Hilton Worldwide.

The resort, which opened its doors to guests as the Ritz-Carlton Cloister Inn in 1926, has grown to include five hotels, namely Cloister, Yacht Club, Beach Club, Tower, and Bungalow across 356 acres (144 hectares).

“As we approach the property’s 100th anniversary and embark on the most comprehensive transformation in its history with a team of award-winning visionaries, we’re aspiring to redefine luxury hospitality,” the hotel said in a statement.

The extensive project includes a new lakefront complex, a complete reconfiguration and renovation of the Tower, yielding 140 suites as well as a presidential suite, and a new lobby and oceanfront restaurant at the Beach Club.

“Our design celebrates the space’s original spirit to create a dynamic set of social spaces that embrace the transition between indoors and out,” said Shawn Sullivan, a partner at the Rockwell Group, a design firm specializing in the hospitality industry that is participating in the project.

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