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PGA National Resort Unveiled its $100 Million Transformation



South Florida’s world-class PGA National Resort has unveiled its $100 million transformation – disrupting the image of a one-dimensional golf resort and creating a 360-degree luxury travel experience. Set to launch in early 2022, the revitalization of the iconic resort key featuers include:

  • Fully updated guest rooms and meeting spaces, paying homage to the charm and elegance of 1960s Palm Beach chic

  • Transformed entrance and lobby with ‘60s-inspired pocket seating, period furniture pieces, two grandiose chandeliers resembling upside-down palm leaves, and a bar with a massive replica of a banyan tree featuring over 1,500 LED lights

  • 6 new culinary concepts – including two signature restaurants led by “Top Chef” alumni Lindsay Autry and Jeremy Ford; vibrant, neon ice cream shop; specialty chocolate shop; and a retro yet elegant diner

  • New era of wellness with two new golf courses and a 40,000-square-foot redesigned spa by V Starr (owned by Venus Williams) that features a hair salon, ‘50s-inspired barber shop, outdoor pool deck and bar, Himalayan salt rooms, and more

  • Family-friendly amenities including the new Banyan Buddies Kids Club



By ML Staff. Images courtesy of PGA National Resort

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