New England’s first Margaritaville Resort will open this summer season on Cape Cod.
The previous Cape Codder Resort & Spa in Hyannis is present process a $30 million renovation and rebranding, opening as Margaritaville Resort Cape Cod. The property is managed by Plymouth-based hospitality administration firm Linchris.
The year-round resort will function 272 island-inspired rooms and suites with expansive showers and personal balconies. Facilities will embody a full-service spa, outside pool, health heart, and Margaritaville-themed eating places LandShark Bar & Grill and 5 o’Clock Someplace Bar. The resort’s littlest company will play within the Fins Up! Indoor Water Park, Fin Metropolis Arcade, and Parakeets Child’s Membership.
“The refreshed resort will probably be firmly rooted within the Margaritaville mind-set, whereas giving company a completely contemporary and elevated expertise that’s quintessentially Cape Cod,” in line with the Jimmy Buffet-inspired resort chain, which has dozens of areas worldwide.
Singer/songwriter Buffet died in September at age 76.
“Cape Cod is a spot with a lot historical past, appeal, and character – it’s the proper location for our first New England lodging vacation spot,” mentioned Rick Cunningham, senior vp of improvement at Margaritaville, in a press release. “Our resorts convey collectively considerate facilities and tropical design components that present company with reimagined journey experiences, and Margaritaville Resort Cape Cod guarantees the identical.”
Vacationers with current reservations for Cape Codder Resort & Spa in 2024 will probably be accommodated when the resort opens as Margaritaville Resort Cape Cod and there’s “no motion required” by company, the workforce wrote on Fb.
A Margaritaville restaurant opened in Faneuil Corridor in Boston final yr.
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