The Don CeSar in St. Pete Seashore, Florida, has formally unveiled its extremely anticipated, multi-million-dollar renovation.
Managed by Davidson Resorts , the top-to-bottom renovation embraces its 93-year historical past as a beloved Gulf Coast icon whereas seamlessly fusing trendy facilities, glossy design and world-class experiences to set the tone for generations of holiday makers to return.
“We’re excited to usher within the Don of a brand new period whereas sustaining our resilient legacy as a worldwide hospitality chief,” stated Thomas Fraher, normal supervisor of the Don CeSar.
“By way of the a long time, the Don has been an opulent respite from life’s many challenges.
“We’re thrilled to revive and honour this prestigious landmark, and in addition supply a surprising gathering place for guests to reconnect at a time when rejuvenation is most vital.”
The transformative redesign of the pink palace started in 2018, when Florida-based design studio, Fringe of Structure, introduced a recent look to assembly areas, visitor corridors, the Don’s palatial exteriors, and the 71-room, all-suite Seashore home suites by the Don CeSar.
In 2019, the Don partnered with Boston-based Parker-Torres Design to rework the Don Boutiques retail expertise, the Foyer Bar, Uncle Andy’s Market and Maritana, the property’s effective eating restaurant helmed by government chef Emily Ferrari.
The ultimate section, unveiled this month, showcases the transformative redesign of the beachfront resort’s 277 rooms and suites and introduces a brand new pool bar with a rooftop deck, new full-service restaurant and an entire restoration of the enduring, palm tree lined entrance drive.
The newly appointed guestrooms incorporate a beach-inspired aesthetic utilizing components similar to wicker, whitewashed headboards and ethereal, blush tones reflective of the resort facade’s signature pink.