PGA National To Undergo Multimillion-Dollar Renovation

Dan Hauser
Posted by Dan Hauser
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PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens will undergo an overhaul of sorts in 2015 as the resort and club is expected to undergo mult-millions of dollars worth of renovations.

The home of the Honda Classic on the PGA Tour, PGA National's renovations will be completed in full later on in the year and will include upgrades to both the spa and resort itself.

The spa will be getting a facelift that will include a new avant-garde design at The Spa at PGA National, new treatment rooms and retail offerings, and an enhanced menu of gourmet spa cuisine at the poolside café.

The Health and Racquet club will also be changing as there will be a new entry pavilion and covered walkway, while the tennis pro shop's interior will be re-designed with built-in retail displays, lounge seating, hospitality stations, and children-focused areas.

The resort's renovations will include new state-of-the-art resistance and cardio equipment and an expanded free-weight area in the gym and a new 3,000-square-foot iDeck terrace that will be built off the lobby and nearby iBar, for indoor-outdoor entertaining.

This multi-million dollar renovation project comes on the heels of a $100 million renovation project that included a floor-to-ceiling makeover of rooms and suites, upgrades to golf courses, a renovation of its 19th hole bar and grill, and the addition of a new venue for outdoor weddings called the Lakeside Lawn.

For more information on PGA National, contact a Waterfront Properties agent at 561-626-7272.

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