A grand, old pink lady standing tall as one of the area's most beloved historic landmarks.
This lovely landmark on the Gulf of Mexico is noted widely for its sherbet-pink exterior and rising spires. Moviemakers have long relied on it when they need white sand and a period setting. It is the first Loews' resort on the Gulf Coast of Florida, and it features all the signature Loews' programs. Life here may seem a little cramped because, after all, the Don is a bit old. But water views and the constant attention to detail keep guests coming back. The rooms and public areas have been upgraded extensively over the years. The signature resident restaurant, Maritana Grille, is one of the top dining rooms on the West Coast of Florida and the only one with a chef's table in the kitchen. Other dining options include the Seaport Cafe. A shuttle provides a link between the main resort and a nearby site with 70 luxury suites.