Pelican Grand Beach Resort Set to Re-Open

USA, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. May 27, 2020

Pelican Grand Beach Resort, one of the only true beachfront, boutique hotels in Fort Lauderdale - managed by Noble House Hotels & Resorts, Ltd. and owned by Jefast Hotels, LLC - announces its plans to re-open on May 28, 2020. In adherence with state or local regulations and guidance, Pelican Grand is resuming immediate operation of its dining establishments, pool and beach access, while PURE Spa is slated to reopen on July 1, 2020.

Advancing its safety protocols and best practices, Pelican Grand Beach Resort has implemented enhanced precautions including, but not limited to, enforcing social distance guidelines, increased staff training and use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) - based on roles and responsibilities, delivering individual PPE for guests - upon request, regular sanitization of the property and its high touch areas, providing touchless hand sanitizer dispensers in all entrances and contact areas, exercising strict housekeeping guidelines and more.

"While we're incredibly excited to welcome guests back, our top priority is ensuring we provide a comfortable and safe environment for both our visitors and associates," said TJ Pierri, general manager at Pelican Grand Beach Resort. "With plenty of options for intimate relaxation and outdoor adventure, we look forward to offering a much-needed escape with peace of mind for locals and travelers alike."

In honor of the reopening, Pelican Grand released a "Shelter in Paradise" package, ranging from $399 - $899 per night, for stays May 28, 2020 until Dec. 17, 2020. The package includes city or ocean view accommodations, daily breakfast for two, unlimited in-room movies and a complimentary bottle of house select wine.

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 toes-in-the-sand dining at OCEAN2000 Restaurant & Lounge, to rejuvenating at the Scandinavian-inspired PURE Spa, or paddle boarding out in the open water 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 expansive breathtaking gardens, Fort Lauderdale provides high fashion, historic homes and miles of white-sand beaches, just steps outside the resort.

To book a reservation at Pelican Grand Beach Resort, visit www.pelicanbeach.com or call (800) 525-6232. To learn more about the resort's safety procedures, visit www.pelicanbeach.com/stay-safe-start-living.



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