PGA National Resort Completes $100M Revitalization

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February 11, 2013 posted by Don Douloff

By Anne Dimon

PGA National's Lakeside Lawn.

PGA National Resort & Spa, in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., has recently unveiled a $100-million revitalization.

Enhancements include a floor-to-ceiling makeover of its 379 guestrooms and the addition of The Lakeside Lawn, a new permanent venue offering a panoramic view of the golf courses and a lake.

Also newly completed are the renovation of Bar 91, with expanded outdoor dining, a new kitchen and redesigned menu; a full remake of the Citrus Tree Cafe; and the revitalization of the 40,000-sq.-ft. European Spa, with its Waters of the World outdoor mineral pools.

The South Florida golf destination features 90 holes of championship golf on five courses, including the Champion course, home to the PGA Tour’s Honda Classic.

Other features of the resort include a 33,000-sq.-ft. health-and-racquet club; 40,000 sq. ft. of self-contained conference space; and nine on-site restaurants and lounges.

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