Florida's Boca Raton Resort & Club completes redesign

Boca Raton Resort & Club, a Waldorf Astoria Resort, has completed upgrades to its 27-story tower overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway, with views of the golf course and the Atlantic Ocean.

Interior designer Jane Dillon of Jane Dillon Design Group oversaw the redesign of the 242 tower guestrooms and suites. Total costs reached an estimated $4 million.

The new design features a light color palette in shades dubbed as Sail White, Sand Beige and Summer Sky Blue combination. The new carpets and coloration are said to recall the “classic, geometric pattern reminiscent of British designer David Hicks”. The windows are covered in a sheer veiling. The guest beds are the focal point of the room with upholstered headboards, white triple sheeted bed linens and white duvet cover. The sitting area in the room has two club chairs, upholstered in a “signature” awning stripe in Sail White and Sand Beige colors. The room features a table-style desk with a swivel chair. The bathroom and dressing room feature Creme Marfil marble floors and counter tops, Kohler fixtures in bright chrome, and various accessories.

The tower features 76 Junior Suites and 14 additional suites, including two Tower Executive Suites and the Presidential Suite. The room options include the Waterway, which are 560 square foot guestrooms featuring views of the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean; Estate View, which are guestrooms with views of the resort grounds and the resort golf course; and the Junior Suites, which are L-shaped 750 square foot guestrooms with a seating area and bay windows providing views of the Intracoastal Waterway and resort grounds.


Meanwhile, the one bedroom Tower Suites offer 1,100 square foot rooms with views of the resort’s grounds, golf course and waterways; the Tower Executive Suite offers 2,330 square foot room with a full kitchen, dining room, formal living room, one or two bedrooms, powder room at the double door entrance and panoramic views from its 25th floor vantage; and the Presidential Suite at the tower’s 26th floor is a two-floor suite with its own elevator and spiral staircase, offering 6,000 square feet of living space.

The resort has 13 restaurants and lounges, including coastal Mediterranean cuisine created by chef Nader Jaouhar at Cielo Restaurant, located on the 27th floor of the tower to seat 125 persons. A private dining room accommodates 40 guests, a chef’s table and cocktail bar. The resort also has Morimoto Sushi Bar by the renowned Iron Chef, Cielo Restaurant at the top of the tower, and Serendipity, New York City's famed ice cream shop.

Established in 1926 by Addison Mizner, the resort’s amenities include a half-mile stretch of private beach at the redesigned Boca Beach Club, Spa Palazzo, 18-hole golf courses, full-service 32-slip marina, seven swimming pools, three fitness centers, and a variety of water sports.


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