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The Boca Raton has announced the second phase of its evolution: The reimagination of its iconic Beach Club hotel, a $100 million investment connecting the inside and outdoors with modern design, tailored experiences and eclectic flavors. When Beach Club is unveiled in December 2024, guests and club members will discover an entirely redesigned arrival, new restaurants, a completely refreshed lobby featuring a new bar and cafe, a new fitness facility and oceanside event space, and a stunning renovation of the hotel’s 207 guest rooms and suites.

The Boca Raton: Refreshed Restaurants and New Experiences

Those who know Marisol, a popular Mediterranean-inspired restaurant, will discover a new indoor-outdoor locale with an extended terrace and sweeping ocean views. In addition, a new beachfront dining concept will be introduced showcasing global culinary talents. Snacks and bites as well as great social vibes will be prominent in the redesigned Beach Club lounge with floor-to-ceiling views of the private beach, ideal for an early morning coffee or an island-inspired aperitif.

The luxe Lanai Suite.

When it’s time for a lazy afternoon spent lounging, guests and members can do so at three upgraded pools and the beach where curated new experiences will be debuted. Within a redesigned fitness facility with state-of-the-art equipment, floor-to-ceiling windows will brighten the space with natural light. Meeting spaces will be refreshed with the addition of an oceanside event lawn, making it a perfect setting for board meetings, smaller executive groups, beachside weddings, milestone events, and social celebrations.

Beach Club’s renovation begins in spring 2024, and the beach and pools will remain available for The Boca Raton guests and Club members throughout the changes. This marks the second phase of The Boca Raton’s transformation, the first being completed in early 2023, following a $250 million redesign that ushered in what was referred to as A New Golden Era. Among the new Harborside spaces: More than 12 restaurants and lounges, including four signature dining concepts in collaboration with Major Food Group; the new four-acre Harborside Pool Club; upgrades to the storied Cloister hotel; and a refresh of the Forbes Five-Star Spa Palmera. The resort also unveiled Tower, a luxury hotel that soars overhead.

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