Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center
A regional venture into the opulent and indulgent.
Atypical of Florida-themed resorts that often feature generic tropical motifs, this elaborate, decidedly Southern resort---unveiled in 2002---pays tribute to distinctive regions and eras of Florida that are rich in history and charm, though often underrepresented. Areas include the Spanish Colonial St. Augustine (Florida's oldest city), a festive Key West section and the remote and mysterious Everglades atrium with native flora. The Emerald Tower recreates Florida's Emerald Coast, ranked among the world's top ten beaches, and an Art Deco pool area offers a South Beach ambience. A four-and-a-half-acre glass dome showcases all sections and their intriguing amenities. Rooms in the Emerald Tower are graced with stone entryways, marble tubs and complimentary bathrobes. The famous Canyon Ranch Spa has an outpost here. Imaginative restaurant settings are so exotic they become part of the resort's entertainment line-up, like the 60-foot "floating sailboat" for evening hors d'oeuvres, cocktails and casual seafood creations.
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