Wyndham Palmas Beach & Golf Resort undergoing reno

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Wyndham Palmas Beach & Golf Resort in Puerto Rico is undergoing a multi-million dollar renovation.

The rooms and common areas of the resort, which was recently acquired by hospitality investment firm LionGrove, will be transformed with a “boho chic” style, incorporating an eclectic mix of colors, patterns, and textures. Its 107 guestrooms and suites will feature upscale amenities and a new design inspired by the surrounding area’s natural beauty.

Additional transformations include expansive landscaping enhancements, the cigar lounge, and improvements to the indoor 6,000-square-foot ballroom and outdoor event spaces. The resort features two swimming pools – the Costa Infinity Pool with a swim-up bar and an al fresco pizza oven, and the zero-entry Family Pool.

The unveiling of the renovation will be complemented by the forthcoming opening of Trova Coastal Kitchen, a restaurant featuring flavorful, health-conscious foods from Top Chef competitors and James Beard finalists celebrity chefs Jeff McInnis and Janine Booth, brought to life by Puerto Rico’s own Chef Julio Cartagena.

“This is such an exciting next chapter for Wyndham Palmas Beach and Golf Resort, and we look forward to welcoming guests to this special part of Puerto Rico,” says Andro Nodarse-León, founder and CEO of LionGrove. “The refreshed resort will have a true sense of place thanks to our incorporation of local art and a serene design to highlight the beautiful and natural surroundings of Palmas del Mar.”

Located in the private Palmas del Mar community, Wyndham Palmas has access to an array of outdoor activities, including two world-class golf courses designed by golf legends Gary Player and Rees Jones, the largest tennis center in the Caribbean, pickleball courts, an equestrian center for horseback riding opportunities along trails and the property’s beach, and several restaurants. Miles of trails are also available for hiking, cycling or exploring in a golf cart.

Work on the oceanfront resort, which is the only resort in southeast Puerto Rico,  is expected to be unveiled on May 18, 2023.