Visitors will be on “island time” as before long as they arrive at the Margaritaville Seashore Lodge in Jacksonville Beach, which opens Tuesday at the very least a month in advance of agenda even with some COVID-19 pandemic slowdowns concerning materials and permits.
The beachfront vacation resort resort at 715 1st St. N. boasts 202 visitor rooms and suites as very well as the preferred, two-story LandShark Bar & Grill.
Other luxury features include things like a floor-stage pool with boardwalk obtain, a conditioning middle, outdoor dining, fire pits and conference house. In addition, there is ground-floor retail house and more than 200 parking areas.
“Spot is 1 of our biggest amenities,” Kristin Delgado, lodge general manager, advised the Situations-Union on Monday as ultimate preparations were underway to welcome company.
Delgado reported bookings have been coming in at a brisk speed whilst she didn’t have the most new numbers Monday.
The hotel and cafe emulate the relaxed, pleasurable-stuffed atmosphere of the islands that songwriter Jimmy Buffet has produced well-liked over the years.
Margaritaville Beach front Resort and the LandShark Bar & Grill, she stated, will be a special vacation spot for attendees.
“There are a good deal of other accommodations,” Delgado replied when requested about the competition in the hospitality field at the Beaches. But Margaritaville Beach front Resorts give hospitality and an encounter that many others don’t, and are unable to match, she mentioned.
“We are entirely distinct from any other hotel. We are in this article to build and produce fun and escapism for our friends,” Delgado claimed.
Delgado explained the two-story LandShark Bar & Grill, with its upstairs LandShark Lookout, features great sights of the beach front and Atlantic Ocean as well as a major-notch menu and range of cocktails, beer and wine.
The cafe, too, opens Tuesday, giving American beach delicacies, Delgado stated.
In maintaining with one of Buffet’s most common tracks, “Cheeseburger in Paradise,” the cafe menu incorporates burgers as perfectly as sandwiches, salads, and a bounty of seafood and fish entrees.
In addition, there will be a selection of margaritas and boat drinks offered at the complete bar.
The eight-tale resort, which broke floor in March 2019, value an estimated $50 million to build, Manoj Bhoola, president and chief operating officer, of the developer — Elite Hospitality LLC — previously informed the Instances-Union. Elite Hospitality acquired the Jacksonville Beach front assets for $11 million in Oct 2017.