Attendees will be on “island time” as shortly as they get there at the Margaritaville Seaside Resort in Jacksonville Seaside, which opens Tuesday at the very least a thirty day period in advance of timetable regardless of some COVID-19 pandemic slowdowns concerning supplies and permits.
The beachfront vacation resort hotel at 715 1st St. N. boasts 202 guest rooms and suites as properly as the popular, two-story LandShark Bar & Grill.
Other luxury facilities incorporate a floor-stage pool with boardwalk entry, a physical fitness middle, outdoor dining, fireplace pits and conference room. In addition, there is floor-ground retail house and far more than 200 parking areas.
“Locale is 1 of our greatest amenities,” Kristin Delgado, hotel normal supervisor, explained to the Occasions-Union on Monday as remaining preparations have been underway to welcome guests.
Delgado reported bookings have been coming in at a brisk speed while she did not have the most new quantities Monday.
The hotel and cafe emulate the calm, entertaining-filled ambiance of the islands that songwriter Jimmy Buffet has produced well-liked more than the yrs.
Margaritaville Beach front Hotel and the LandShark Bar & Grill, she claimed, will be a distinctive spot for guests.
“There are a large amount of other motels,” Delgado replied when requested about the levels of competition in the hospitality business at the Beaches. But Margaritaville Beach Hotels offer hospitality and an practical experience that other folks really don’t, and cannot match, she explained.
“We are absolutely diverse from any other resort. We are below to develop and supply enjoyable and escapism for our attendees,” Delgado stated.
Delgado explained the two-tale LandShark Bar & Grill, with its upstairs LandShark Lookout, features good sights of the seaside and Atlantic Ocean as properly as a top rated-notch menu and assortment of cocktails, beer and wine.
The cafe, too, opens Tuesday, featuring American seaside cuisine, Delgado reported.
In holding with one particular of Buffet’s most well-liked music, “Cheeseburger in Paradise,” the cafe menu features burgers as nicely as sandwiches, salads, and a bounty of seafood and fish entrees.
In addition, there will be a wide variety of margaritas and boat beverages offered at the total bar.
The eight-tale resort, which broke ground in March 2019, value an approximated $50 million to build, Manoj Bhoola, president and chief running officer, of the developer — Elite Hospitality LLC — formerly told the Situations-Union. Elite Hospitality bought the Jacksonville Beach property for $11 million in October 2017.