Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville Resort Is Coming to Texas
According to a release from commercial real estate firm Songy Highroads, a brand-new Margaritaville Resort is coming to Lake Conroe, Texas, an already popular tourist destination for boaters and fisherman, in 2020. According to The Houston Chronicle, the resort will take over the La Torretta Lake Resort & Spa. The redevelopment plans include 360 guestrooms, a Margaritaville dining area, a golf course, spa, and more.
"We are thrilled to bring our first Margaritaville resort in Texas to the Houston area with an incredible location on Lake Conroe," Rick Cunningham, SVP Margaritaville Development said in the press release. "This resort will be a welcome escape for those in Texas's major metropolitan areas and beyond, offering a lakeside paradise dedicated to relaxation, fun, adventure and the Margaritaville state of mind."
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Guests at the upcoming resort will be able to choose from a range of rooms thanks to its 20-story hotel tower, as well as its waterfront villas that are set to sit directly on the lake shores. Guests will also have plenty of land to explore as the current hotel sits on some 186 acres of pristine land, The Houston Chronicle reported.
The two dining areas will include two Margaritaville favorites; LandShark Bar & Grill and 5 o'Clock Somewhere Bar & Grill.
The current resort is already home to several wonderful amenities, however, its 18-hole golf course, tennis facilities, outdoor pools, and massive meeting space will all get the Margaritaville upgrade.
The existing La Torretta Lake Resort & Spa will soon shut down to make way for the year-long renovation, however, the hotel's golf course will remain open throughout that time, according to The Houston Chronicle.
Want to see what the resort will be like? Book a little getaway now to one of Margaritaville's other resorts around the world. Just make sure you're ready to seriously relax when you arrive as that's the Jimmy Buffet way.