First phase restorations and new all-suite towers

The East Coast influence is strong at the properties below, from floral interior design to the activities and culinary experiences offered. These recent additions are something you may want to take a look at.

La Concha Key West

guest room with floral walls
La Concha Key West guest room

Following its addition to the Marriott Bonvoy family, La Concha Key West has recently completed the first phase of its restoration process, involving a revamp of its 160 guest rooms and 14 suites, filled with touches of wood grain in the corridors, guest room furniture and flooring, as well as subtle floral wall coverings and pops of pastel colors throughout.

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The full renovation is scheduled for completion by the third quarter of 2024, which will include an overhaul of its public spaces and exterior. In the first quarter of 2024, the property will open new culinary and cocktail experiences in its Cuban restaurant (Perla), bar (Tropicado) and coffee shop (El Dom Coffee Shop).

Four Seasons Hotel Boston

restaurant lounge
Coterie Lounge

The 273-room Four Seasons Hotel Boston partnered with interior designer Ken Fulk to remake its lobby, porte cochere, and public and private event spaces, including its on-site restaurant, Coterie.

With inspiration taken from a Boston residence, the heavy emphasis on solid and patterned olives and shades of orange along the walls and furniture of the property’s spaces are reminiscent of 19th century interior design. Examples of this can be found all around its total 25,350 sq. ft. of event space, from the 3,700-square-foot ballroom, which features floor-to-ceiling windows that provide views of the public garden, to the new Sanctuary, a 2,445-square-foot outdoor private garden courtyard.

The Boca Raton

large living room space in hotel suite
Townhouse Living Room

Tower Suite Collection is the latest addition to The Boca Raton.

The all-suite tower brings 224 one-bedroom suites and Signature Suites—four different suite types that include oversized bathrooms, welcoming living areas and seating nooks—on the tower’s 23rd through 26th floors. Tower Suite Collection guests have priority reservations to the property’s more than 15 restaurants and lounges and priority booking to activities like water sports and yacht charters.

On the 27th floor of The Boca Raton Tower is the private lounge, Top of the Tower, where guests have access to experiences like interactive cooking demos and cocktail-making classes, as well as the opportunity to take part in British High Tea and sommelier-led flight nights. Its private dining space is an ideal spot for dinner parties and cocktail receptions.

The Boca Raton features four meeting venues—Beach Club, Mizner Center, Cathedral and Yacht Club—that are divisible into smaller indoor or outdoor configurations. The 80,000-square-foot Mizner Center features the largest space, the 26,037-square-foot ballroom.