The Hilton Marco Island Beach Resort & Spa in Florida will reopen in time for the Thanksgiving holiday following completion of an expansive $60 million interior and exterior transformation.
The 310-room beachfront resort is bringing the outdoors in with a modern and fresh design aesthetic that marries the soft and calming tones of the destination’s beach with accents inspired by the limpid blues of the Gulf of Mexico. The transformation touched all corners of the resort, with the lobby getting a new reception, concierge and bell desks.
The guestrooms now have brand-new furnishings and enlarged bathrooms with his and hers vanities, and through the resort’s Premier Preferred Collection, guests have the option of booking 1-, 2- and 3-room suites with optional connecting rooms and spa-style bathrooms. Premier Preferred Collection guests can select from among seven remodeled poolside rooms and one lanai suite, with spacious patios and direct pool access, as well as 16 new 2-room suites with sprawling ocean vistas.
With 10 treatment rooms, and plush indoor and garden teakwood lounge seating around the portico-covered whirlpool, the Spa at the Hilton Marco Island, set for completion by year-end, will mirror the new aesthetic of the pool area, which has been redesigned.
The Deck at 560 Bar & Restaurant, which focuses on local, sustainable seafood and produce, rotating with seasonal ingredients, and herbs and vegetables sourced from an onsite organic kitchen garden, now features a newly installed Brazilian walnut deck area, where guests can order cocktails, many of which are infused with fresh Florida citrus juices, and draft beer from local Florida breweries.