Pelican Grand Beach Resort unveils Atlantic Ballroom and Terrace

Pelican Grand Beach Resort, part of Noble House Hotels & Resorts collection, completed a new 1,400-square-foot Atlantic Ballroom and Terrace, as part of a multi-million dollar expansion project.

Ideal for events for to 120 people, the Atlantic Ballroom has views of the Atlantic Ocean steps from the beach, while the Atlantic Terrace located directly above provides a rooftop location with an outdoor setting. Both were created with a coastal-chic design, influenced by its location in Florida, with its natural tones and oceanfront views.

In addition to the Atlantic Ballroom and Terrace, a multi-million dollar expansion, scheduled to debut this May is currently underway, with three different improvement projects simultaneously taking place on-property, doubling the meeting space and adding new amenities to this 156-room resort. Enrichments involve the creation of a 12th floor penthouse, panoramic views from a 75-foot terrace and a private dining room for eight guests, complete with an exclusive elevator.


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The property will also have the “PURE Spa”, overlooking the waters of the Atlantic Ocean from a suite with three indoor and two outdoor treatment rooms.

Other new accompaniments will include the 11th floor 2,055-square-foot Ocean View Ballroom with floor-to-ceiling glass windows opening up onto a balcony, topped off on the 12th floor by a new 3,700-square-foot Ocean View Terrace and Gazebo, offering views of Fort Lauderdale Beach or the intercostal waterway to the west. The Ocean View spaces will accommodate up to 150 people for meetings, weddings and other social events.

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