WTS International composes Marriott Autograph Playa Largo's OceanSpa

WTS International designed the 6,000-square-foot OceanSpa in the Playa Largo resort in Key Largo, part of the Marriott Autograph collection.  When completed, this space will have six treatment rooms, including one couple’s treatment room. There will also be a co-ed lounge, hair and nail salon and a 1,500-square-foot fitness center. OceanSpa will have a palette of bronze and earth tones, and will incorporate sounds of Spanish guitars and waves.

OceanSpa will be operated internally, but under the guidance and consultation of WTS.

The estimated $72-million Playa Largo resort in Key Largo is set to open late this year, and will be the first new-build property on the island in over 20 years. The Florida Keys property is owned by Shaner Hotel Group.

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Designers of the property include Prime Hospitality, the architect for the project; as well as The Gettys Group, responsible for the interior design. When it opens, the Playa Largo will have 144 bedrooms and suites, 10 private bungalows, a beach house for corporate events, a waterfront pool, tennis courts, basketball courts and 745-foot white sand beach.

The resort will also include a private marina with bar and restaurant, a sunset terrace restaurant with beachfront tiki bar, a ballroom with private courtyard, a formal lawn for banquets and weddings, a kids activity and nature learning center and sports courts.

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