Property management firm TPI Hospitality has commenced construction of Margaritaville Resort in Fort Myers Beach in Florida, the US.

The new resort, named Margaritaville Beach Resort Fort Myers Beach, will have 254 hotel rooms and suites with signature Margaritaville services and amenities.

It will also include a beach club and restaurants and is scheduled to be opened in 2023.

Fort Myers Beach Chamber of Commerce executive director Jacki Liszak was quoted in winknews saying: “I think change is good for all of us. I think it’s going to bring increased opportunities for our frontline workers and our hospitality workers.

“It’s going to bring opportunities for new people to come to Southwest Florida, who would, like I mentioned, may never have thought to come see us. And they’re going to come over our Sky Bridge, and they’re going to fall in love with us.”

Last month, Margaritaville Resort Times Square, a new addition to the Margaritaville Lodging portfolio, opened in the heart of New York City.

Located at the corner of Seventh Avenue and West 40th Street, the new 32-storey hotel features 234 guestrooms, a year-round outdoor heated pool, five restaurants and bars, and a street-level Margaritaville retail store.

It will include a two-storey Margaritaville Restaurant that features tiki bar and a 32-foot replica of the Statue of Liberty with margarita in her torch hand.

Margaritaville Resort Times Square was developed by Margaritaville Hospitality Group, Soho Properties, and Flintlock Constructions Services, along with IMCMV Holdingsfor the property’s food, beverage and retail concepts.

The $370m property is owned and developed by Soho Properties and is designed by Stonehill Taylor, with interior design by The McBride Company.

Other project team includes Margaritaville Hospitality Group, Flintlock Constructions Services, and IMCMV Holdings for the property’s food, beverage, and retail concepts.


Margaritaville Beach Resort Fort Myers Beach features approximately 254 hotel rooms and suites. Credit: Sofie Zbořilová from Pixabay.