ST. PETE BEACH, Fla. – TradeWinds Island Resorts, comprised of the Island Grand and RumFish Beach Resort, recently completed a $15 million renovation to meeting spaces and guest rooms.
In addition to a recent round of guest room renovations, TradeWinds Island Resorts has just completed a $2.2 million total redesign of all indoor meeting spaces and common areas. The 50,000 square feet of updated space includes the Grand Palm Colonnade lobby area, all meeting rooms, and the Pavilion at the TradeWinds Island Grand property.
New carpeting, furniture, lighting and fresh paint have transformed the spaces with vibrant
blues, metallic accents and nautical details, while throughout the lobby area, dark mahogany-colored furniture and cream-colored chairs create a space for gathering among the
signature 20-foot palms. The chairs in all meeting spaces have been updated with deep blue upholstery and classic gold frames.
“Despite this year’s extreme disruption and ongoing challenges, we felt it is vitally important to continue to invest in these properties, ensuring exceptional experiences for our guests,” said Joseph Smith, CEO and founder of 1754 Properties. “With the completion of these renovations, we look forward to welcoming our guests to enjoy an upgraded version of the TradeWinds they know and love.”
Newly renovated guest rooms at both the Island Grand and RumFish Beach Resort properties complement the meeting space improvements. The $13 million room renovation was completed in phases from January 2019 to March 2020 and included all 585 rooms at the Island Grand and 211 rooms at the RumFish Beach Resort.