Margaritaville Hotel Resort Set to Open in Northern Kentucky
In a recent announcement, Governor Andy Beshear revealed plans for a Margaritaville Hotel Resort to open its doors in northern Kentucky. This exciting development is the result of a joint venture partnership between North American Properties, Stormont Hospitality Group, and High Street Real Estate Partners. With an estimated investment of $133.6 million, the resort is set to be located at Newport on the Levee in Campbell County.
The Margaritaville Hotel Resort is expected to have a significant impact on the local economy and tourism sector. According to a news release, the project is anticipated to create 282 jobs, offering employment opportunities to Kentuckians and attracting visitors to the Campbell County area.
Governor Beshear expressed his enthusiasm for the project, stating, “We just celebrated our best year on record for Kentucky tourism in 2022, and with exciting projects like Margaritaville being announced, we know this success will only continue. This resort will help drive visitors to the Campbell County area, boosting the local economy and creating 282 new jobs for Kentuckians. We are grateful to these leaders for choosing Kentucky and our workforce.”
The Margaritaville Hotel Resort is set to be a family-friendly destination with a picturesque view of the Ohio River. The resort will boast 264 rooms and will feature a range of amenities, including the JWB Grill, License to Chill Bar, a 12th-floor pool, and the Five O’Clock Somewhere Bar and Grill, which will offer stunning views of downtown Cincinnati. Additionally, the resort will provide over 10,000 square feet of meeting and event space.
Construction for the Margaritaville Hotel Resort is expected to be completed by the fall of 2026, promising a new and exciting destination for travelers and locals alike. For more information about Margaritaville Hotel Resorts, interested individuals can click here.
It’s worth noting that Margaritaville resorts and restaurants draw inspiration from the legendary singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett, who became famous for his beach bum soft rock and the iconic song “Margaritaville.” Tragically, Buffett passed away earlier this month at the age of 76. His legacy lives on through the Margaritaville brand, which continues to offer a taste of his escapist Caribbean-flavored lifestyle.
In conclusion, the Margaritaville Hotel Resort in northern Kentucky represents an exciting addition to the region’s tourism and economic landscape. With its unique blend of entertainment, amenities, and stunning riverfront views, it is poised to become a must-visit destination for both locals and tourists.