Hilton Singer Island Oceanfront Resort redesign completed

Crestline Hotels & Resorts announced that the $8-million redesign of the Hilton Singer Island Oceanfront Resort is now complete.

Each of the resort's 222 guestrooms has been completely remodeled, including all new spa-style bathrooms with natural stone surfaces and deluxe showers. In addition, each guestroom and junior suite has been reappointed with new furnishings including a new work area with a desk, new bedding and headboards, as well as new side tables and soft goods. Each guestroom and suite offers either an ocean view or an intercoastal waterway view with a balcony or sliding glass window.

The lobby has been totally remodeled. The Hilton Singer Island has an open floor plan whereby the front desk area, bar and "technology lounge" all flow together. This new tech lounge is situated in the corner of the lobby and offers communal work space, complete with PC and Mac computers.

The resort also enhanced and enlarged its fitness center.

Available dining includes the Ketch Restaurant, which features a private dining room, the Mizzen Room, seating up to 50 people, and a new option for social functions as well as business meetings. Both the private dining room and the restaurant enjoy views of the Atlantic Ocean.

For additional casual dining and outdoor events, available are the Coconuts on the Beach bar, the Event Pavilion and the Pool Deck, which have all been remodeled. The Executive Board Room has also been updated, as have the additional meeting and event rooms which can accommodate up to 150 people.

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