Pelican Grand Beach Resort Debuts $7 Million Guestroom Renovation

USA, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. March 06, 2019

As one of the only true beachfront, boutique hotels in Fort Lauderdale, Pelican Grand Beach Resort, managed by Noble House Hotels & Resorts, Ltd. and owned by Jefast Hotels, LLC, today proudly announces the completion of its $7 million dollar guestroom renovation. Providing a tranquil yet elite vacation experience, the eight-month transformation honors the existing property's old Floridian charm while introducing modernized design and boho-inspired elements.

"We're beyond thrilled to see our vision come to life," said Heidi Dennis, general manager of Pelican Grand Beach Resort. "Knowing the exceptional level of service we already provide, this was the natural next step to elevate the total guest experience. We didn't want to lose the existing charm people have come to know and love, so we built upon our authentic oceanfront locale and delivered in-room luxuries to mirror the premium status of the resort, leaving guests feeling refreshed and inspired."

Degen & Degen, created a design representative of Fort Lauderdale's breathtaking coastline - inspired by warm sun-drenched sand, waves, sky and textures of the beach - creating a getaway where guests can truly unwind. Channeling vacation vibes, sand between the toes and relaxed luxury, the rooms are dressed in an intentionally tonal color palate of warm creams, clean whites and soft grey tones with splashes of bright Florida chroma to accentuate the resort's best asset - the unobstructed sunrise and vast beachfront ocean views. Accessorized with coastal artwork using a variety of materials from frame prints and canvas to driftwood and nautical rope, each room also boasts spa-inspired fixtures, freestanding soaking tubs, walk-in showers and quartz countertops.

Adorning 500 feet of Fort Lauderdale's pristine beachfront, Pelican Grand Beach Resort couples old Florida grandeur with seaside elegance to offer a coastal-chic waterfront retreat. From watching stunning sunrises on private balconies and indulging in culinary creations at OCEAN2000 Restaurant & Lounge, to rejuvenating at the Scandinavian-inspired PURE Spa and floating down Fort Lauderdale's only lazy river, guests are engulfed by the unrivaled location of this gracious resort set amongst the soothing sights and sounds of the Atlantic Ocean. From Las Olas Boulevard with boutique shopping and chic cafes, to fine art museums and breathtaking gardens, Fort Lauderdale provides high fashion, historic homes, exhilarating nightlife and miles of white-sand beaches, just steps outside the resort.

For more information on Pelican Grand Beach Resort visit www.pelicanbeach.com or call 954.568.9431.


About Pelican Grand Beach Resort

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The Zimmerman Agency
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