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DoubleTree Resort by Hilton opens in Florida

DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Hollywood Beach, a newly renovated resort set along the Intracoastal Waterway in Hollywood, Fla., is the latest addition to the growing portfolio of hotels from DoubleTree by Hilton, one of Hilton’s 14 market-leading brands.

Situated just steps from ocean waves and white-sand beaches, the resort allows easy access for guests to hop on the Hollywood Trolley to tour Ocean Drive or to set off on the Fort Lauderdale Water Taxi. Through its multimillion-dollar transformation, the property features 311 oversized guestrooms and suites, all with furnished balconies overlooking the property’s eye-catching attractions. Along with a 24-hour business center, DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Hollywood Beach boasts 10,000 square feet of meeting space, including a stylish boardroom and outdoor pavilion for up to 250 guests.

Additional hotel features and amenities include:

    Guests will find American cuisine with Caribbean flair across the resort’s restaurant and bars. Its lobby nook, Made Market, offers Starbucks coffee, ice cream, snacks, candy and other light fare and sundries. Port South Bar and Grill is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, featuring Caribbean Fusion and local seafood in an indoor and outdoor setting. The Port South Lounge serves tropical libations, domestic and imported beers and fine wines. Just steps from the Intracoastal Waterway, guests can enjoy live music, cocktails and snacks from the poolside Lava Tiki Bar.
    The resort’s spectacular amenities include an outdoor infinity pool and whirlpool, daily room service and a 24-hour Fitness Center and Business Center. Each oversized guestroom includes complimentary Wi-Fi, a 42-inch high-definition television or 49-inch in premium rooms, a kitchenette – complete with a compact refrigerator, microwave, sink and coffeemaker – as well as sliding doors leading to a furnished balcony. Suites boast separate living areas, dining tables and wrap-around balconies with waterway views.

    With a stop at the resort, guests set off on the Fort Lauderdale Water Taxi or hop on the Hollywood Trolley. Family-friendly activities and outdoor recreation are at guests’ fingertips from walks along the beach to people-watching on the nearby Hollywood Broadwalk.

    The resort features more than 10,000 square feet of flexible function space throughout six meeting rooms, including a stylish boardroom and a poolside outdoor pavilion for up to 250 guests. The largest ballroom accommodates 300 guests, while its most spacious group meeting area comfortably holds 200. Audiovisual equipment rental is available along with the option to customize catering and banquet menus to suit a variety of event needs. Friendly staff and a dedicated wedding/event planner are ready to coordinate waterfront receptions or conferences.

Iuliia Tore