Boca Raton Resort & Club updates Yacht Club with Jane Dillon Design Group

In Florida, the Boca Raton Resort & Club, A Waldorf Astoria Resort is updating its Boca Raton Yacht Club, including transforming the resort’s 112 rooms in a gradual refresh that will be completed this November 2018.

Boca Raton Resort & Club worked with Jane Dillon Design Group for the $8.2-million redesign of the yacht club.

Upon completion, the club will have views of Intracoastal Waterway, Lake Boca, the Atlantic Ocean and the Luxury Resort Marina from a private balcony. Following the extensive internal redesign, the reimagined yacht club will have marine and yacht-inspired interiors complimented with blue and white accents.


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Symbolic of the South Florida surroundings, each room will have bleached Cyprus wood floors and interiors. Sheer translucent drapes will frame two sliding doors leading to the balcony of each suite, where guests can enjoy Mediterranean-style, wrought-iron lounge chairs upholstered in blue and white pinstripe canvas and views of the Intracoastal Waterway, Marina and the ocean. There will similarly be original artwork in rooms by Talisher Art Studio, commissioned exclusively for the yacht club.

The property also already redesigned the Commodore Lounge. Hung with original, abstract artwork by New York Artists, Jeanette Fintz, Bart Gulley, Liz Dexheimer, the blue and white interiors mirror the guestroom’s marine feel. The lounge has large glass pane windows with views of the waterway.

Photo credit: Boca Raton Resort & Club

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