The $1.3 billion Margaritaville Resort Village project is coming to Pennsylvania
Margaritaville Hotels and Resorts has unveiled plans for its $1.3 billion Margaritaville Resort village project in Monroe County, Pennsylvania. This project will bring the first resort village to the Poconos Mountains, consisting of a hotel, an RV campground, up to 1,000 rental cabins, a few townhouses, as well as a new Amtrak stop.
According to Congressman Matt Cartwright, the Margaritaville Resort village project has been underway for some time and is expected to create more well-paying jobs in the area, while paying homage to the original landmark of Pocono Manor, which was destroyed. in a devastator. Fire in November 2019.
Margaritaville Resort Village Project Features
The Margaritaville Resort Village complex will offer four different options for visitors, including a Margaritaville Hotel, Tiny Homes Bungalows, Winter Experience and Camp Margaritaville RV Resort.
The hotel planned for the new Margaritaville Resort village project will include wild gardens, restaurants, swimming pools and the LandShark Bar & Grill. While the Tiny Homes Bungalows will be built, within walking distance from the hotel, to accommodate visitors staying longer, such as vacations.
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At Margaritaville RV campground, several amenities will be available to visitors including a Margaritaville boutique, fitness center, swim-up bar somewhere at 5 a.m. and a Cheeseburger in Paradise restaurant, Parakeets kids club, pickleball courts and Barkaritaville. Dog park.
Visitors will also have the option to choose from a variety of suites equipped with amenities such as golf carts, covered changing rooms, hot tubs, hammocks, and fire pits. Additionally, the Village of Margaritaville Resort will also offer visitors looking for a winter experience, with attractions such as LandShark toboggan runs and a license to chill the ice pond, as well as an ice bar and a coffee and hot chocolate stand.
Construction of the Margaritaville Resort village project is expected to begin next year, with a delivery date set for mid-2024.
The timing of the new Amtrak station is still dependent on the results of a ridership study for passenger rail service between Scranton, Pennsylvania and New York, which is currently underway.
New York-based JEMB Realty Corp will serve as the developer for the project.