Filed under: Luxury Travel & Hotels
Can modular and concrete be luxurious? The picture above shows the construction of Cheeca Lodge's green, four-story Main Lodge in Islamorada, Florida. The Cheeca Lodge & Spa is set to re-open on December 15. The 840 square foot suites were delivered complete to Cheeca Lodge with fully-equipped bathrooms including marble tile floors, granite counter tops, bath fixtures, and marble and glass rain showers and all electrical wiring and cabling throughout the suite. The fire-resistant modules are highly insulated, energy efficient and made of 30 percent recycled materials. High impact glass windows will be added along with luxury finishes such as mahogany crown moldings, doors and cabinetry, textured walls, carpeted floors, original art and twenty-four foot wide balconies along with an open air round tub for two with an overhead tub filler.
In addition to the new suites, Cheeca's transformation will include an indoor-outdoor lobby lounge, meeting room, two new restaurants, a club floor with a sun deck and 2400 square feet of retail space which includes a Cheeca signature store featuring Tommy Bahama products.