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The Seagate Hotel & Spa

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • two swimming pools
  • fabulous beach club
  • exceptionally knowledgeable concierge team

    Cons

  • main building not directly on beach
  • daily resort fee
  • separate charge for parking

The Seagate Hotel & Spa Review

Those who crave 21st-century luxury in its full glory (ultraswank tilework and fixtures, marble vanities, seamless shower doors) will love this LEED-certified hotel that offers a subtle Zen coastal motif throughout. Although the hotel celebrated its 100th birthday in 2011, everything, including its private off-site beach club, was built afresh in 2009. A saltwater pool, one of the first in the area, was grandfathered in during the remodeling and is a highlight of the beach club. Water sport rentals are available year-round, and the restaurant is perfect for a leisurely lunch. Back at the hotel, a quiet infinity pool can be found adjacent to the spa, and it's hard not to be smitten with the aquariums peppering the common spaces; four in total, with the centerpiece being the lobby's 2,500-gallon tank, they are home to a wide range of creatures, from beautiful lionfish to slithering moray eels, and the concierges have fact sheets on the inhabitants for you to peruse. Rooms are decorated in relaxing neutrals and have plush bedding and Keurig coffeemakers. Opt for the deluxe category—they are one step above the standard rooms, and all have balconies. There's a complimentary trolley that takes you to the beach club, and the hotel offers car transport within a 5-mile radius from 8 am to 11 pm.

    Hotel Details

  • 154 rooms.
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 05-17-2013

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