Crane’s Beach House Boutique Hotel And Luxury Villas In Delray Just Completed A Big Renovation
A Delray Beach hotel has undergone quite a transformation—and we're talking more than a simple paint job and new furniture.
Crane’s Beach House Boutique Hotel And Luxury Villas recently completed a $1.2 million revamp of all its villas, suites and rooms.
Known for its simple island charm and Key West-like atmosphere, the hotel has added new mattresses, flat-screen TVs and plantation shutters to its rooms. To build on the aesthetic of the hotel, new artwork now lines the walls to add different colors to the already vivid environment.
A new kitchen also features upgraded appliances.
Moreover, ground floors now open into semi-private back patios while second floor rooms are flanked by balconies with a view of either Tiki’s bar or one of two swimming pools.
“This total $1.2 million renovation started with the four luxury villas in the summer of 2014 and has since expanded hotel-wide, touching every room and the entire grounds,” hotel general manager Cathy Balestriere said in a release. “The impressive, guest-pleasing new look just strengthens our brand as the coolest place to stay in Delray Beach.”
The tropical hotel has already been admitted into the TripAdvisor Hall of Fame and put on the Expedia Insiders Select List. After this, the accolades probably won’t stop there.
Check out some photos of the hotel's new look, below:
Crane's Beach House Boutique Hotel And Luxury Villas; 82 Gleason Street, Delray Beach
(Photos courtesy Crane's Beach House Boutique Hotel And Luxury Villas)