Islamorada, Fla, Hotel unveils Bohemian oceanfront property.
MIAMI – Miami-based Trust Hospitality announced the re-opening of Pelican Cove Resort and Marina following a multi-million dollar transformation. Located at Mile Marker 84 in Islamorada, Fla., the Florida Keys favorite unveiled 63 upgraded waterfront guest rooms and suites with all the modern conveniences, as well as a refined outdoor environment, including distinct meeting areas, luxurious pool, restaurant and more.
Now accepting reservations, Pelican Cove boasts a contemporary coastal design featuring light wood furnishings, crisp cotton bedding, sand-colored neutrals with pops of orange and yellow, and original artwork by local artists. The eclectic design with a bohemian flair strives to create an authentic yet casual look and feel, while the bold tropical prints embody comfort at its finest. The resort features organic, natural materials and reclaimed and repurposed items such as oil drum tables, wood clubs for swings and canvas drapes, reflecting the use of natural elements like fire and water. The spectacular Atlantic Ocean setting allows guests to enjoy simple, genuine fun while creating experiences, sharing special moments and making new memories.
Pelican Cove is invested in providing the most relaxing Florida Keys getaway imaginable. From Macrame beading classes, to sunrise oil painting, afternoon yoga and sunset paddleboarding, guests can experience a variety of spiritual programming that allows them to find themselves at peace with nature while soaking in the sun. An outdoor lounge with plush seating and flat screen TV invites guests to socialize and rest, while a dedicated outdoor fitness space provides the perfect platform for guests to break a sweat or salute the sun. The renovated pool deck is the perfect place to cool down after exercising, which includes a top-of-the-line lighting system and sun-soaked lounge chairs. Additionally, the new poolside Cabana Bar and Cafe will serve only the freshest food, accompanied by herbs grown on-site, locally grown produce and fresh juice. Guests can truly take a breath and unwind in the lush, tropically landscaped surroundings of Pelican Cove Resort and Marina.
“We believe people want to let their hair down and escape from the pressures of everyday life while on vacation. At Pelican Cove, guests can do just that,” said Patrick Goddard, president & COO of Trust Hospitality. “Pelican Cove is committed to anticipating and planning for guests wants, needs, desires and adding to their life’s chronicles while creating memorable experiences. We want our guests to feel refreshed, recharged and relaxed all while enjoying a true Florida Keys vacation.”
Pelican Cove now boasts two event spaces perfect for an exclusive gathering or a lavish party in a tropical setting. Pelican Cove’s 7,000 square foot lawn can host a party of more than 200 people and has the option of being tented. The more intimate Guest Lounge will include a 12-seat boardroom table and private deck spilling out onto a secluded beach. Pelican Cove is the perfect Florida Keys seaside retreat for a memorable event, no matter the size.
Pelican Cove provides guests with a restorative and fun experience through unparalleled service and surroundings that inspire the tropics and tranquility. The property is one of the Key’s few spots with a sandy beach, all oceanfront rooms with balconies and an on-property marina with dockage and 10 boat slips. All guest rooms have a spacious desk, wall-mounted flat-screen TVs with premium cable access, coffee maker and mini-refrigerator. Additional amenities include a freshwater oceanfront heated pool, floating dive platform, private beach, onsite marina, saltwater lagoon, top-of-the-line complimentary un-motorized water sports, onsite dining and complimentary Wi-Fi.
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