The JW Marriott Marco Island debuts it’s new stunning beach resort.
The Marco Island Marriott Beach Resort, Golf Club & Spa has converted to a JW Marriott luxury property, ushering in a new era for the illustrious resort. An extensive $320 million renovation facilitated by ownership group Mass Mutual helped make the project a reality. The 726-room resort offers engaging and enriching on-property experiences that can be artfully tailored to each guest.
In 2015, the resort began phase one of a three-phase makeover and brand conversion project, including expanded pool decks, a refurbished lobby, a new porte-cochere and grand front entrance. The second phase, which concluded on Dec. 31, 2016, welcomed a complete transformation of guest rooms and resort culinary offerings, including the addition of two new signature restaurants, Ario and Maia, as well as an all-new beachfront tiki bar, Kane.
Mitzi Gaskins, Vice President of Luxury Brand Management for Marriott International believes that it will be an optimal addition to the brand’s global portfolio. “We look forward to offering guests a distinctive and enriching luxury experience set on 3 miles of pristine white sand beach on the Gulf of Mexico.”
NTI worked with the project team as technology consultant for this impressive conversion project. It is one of over 200 Marriott projects in the NTI portfolio.
NTI is a full line technology consulting firm. We are pure consultants whose sole focus is to provide the best value technology solutions for our clients with our own full-time professional staff. Our project managers are credentialed with industry designations such as RCDD, RCDD/NTS, CTS, CTS-D and PMP. Our staff provides technology consulting and design services including the production of construction drawings (AutoCAD, Revit).
Our bid and construction documents are for the IT/TV cabling infrastructure and AV and Security systems. Once the design is complete, we also provide construction administration, procurement management and implementation management.