PGA National Resort unveils multimillion-dollar renovations
December 8, 2021
South Florida’s PGA National Resort is undergoing a $100 million renovation. Set to launch in early 2022, the revitalization of the resort includes updated guestrooms and meeting spaces, new dining spaces, wellness offerings and new programming.
“With this transformation, nothing was out of bounds,” said Patrick Brophy, managing director of PGA National Resort. “Our goal was to disrupt the misconception of a one-dimensional golf resort with a 360-degree luxury travel experience. In creating this tropical paradise, every aspect of our redesign was thoughtfully planned for a modern and current take on Palm Beach Gardens from its inception. The key to this revitalization was finding a balance between world-class golf and imaginative dining, wellness and resort lifestyle.”
The resort’s 360 guestrooms and private villas were designed by KTGY Simeone Deary Design Group with custom furnishings that evoke the1960s Palm Beach chic, a theme that runs throughout the property. The rooms have wingback headboards, bed frames in dark brown and cream, custom vintage black-and-white palm-leaf wallpaper, plush area rugs and lacquered and caned casegoods. Select rooms have dusty rose velvet curved sofas and all rooms have an outdoor lounge.
The focal point of the redesigned lobby is the bar, illuminated at its center by a massive replica of a banyan tree using more than 1,500 LED lights, with hand-blown glass molded with metal.
Beginning in late 2021, the resort will open six dining venues, including two signature restaurants, all designed by ROHE Creative.
The Spa at PGA National
Set to open in early 2022 with design from V Starr, the 40,000-square-foot Spa at PGA National will have mineral pools and fountains complemented by tropical prints and a neutral palette of subdued golds, creams, pinks and light wood elements in its design.
The spa will also get a couple’s treatment room as well as two Himalayan salt rooms.