Top 5 Themed Hospitality and Resort Destinations for Travelers
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Outside the Lines specialty construction company has created a variety of spectacular themed environments around the world. As the leaders in rockwork, water features and themed environments, Outside the Lines works closely with a qualified team of designers, estimators and project managers to bring customized elements to its projects.
From golf courses to theme parks, Outside the Lines has created an imagination-bending array of natural habitats, expansive landscapes, world-class exhibits and one-of-a-kind icons.
Here are the Top 5 Themed Hospitality and Resort Construction Projects Around the World.
The Palace of the Lost City at Sun City, Johannesburg, South Africa
Inspired by Africa’s rugged Bushveld, The Palace of the Lost City at Sun City resort has a unique African rhythm of its own. Everything is larger than life at this fairytale African palace, one of the largest resorts in the world.
Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Resort guests are destined for luxury and enchantment at the Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa. An arching rock bridge spans the pool and invites guests to explore the space above and on both sides of the water, while a grotto attracts guests to a hidden vista in the lagoon below.
St. Regis Monarch Beach, Dana Point, California
Historic Tuscany comes to modern-day California at St. Regis Monarch Beach. Grandiose fountains are featured throughout, from the grand porte cochère to the elegant promenade, where water flows from a striking hand-carved stone fountain.
Treasure Island Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada
The pirate show at Treasure Island Resort & Casino lures passersby into a world of danger and mystery. Travelers are invited to drop anchor anytime at this port. Artisans hand-carved the pirate village facades and a frighteningly creepy skull reef in the attraction’s lagoon.
5. Natural Life
Barona Resort & Casino, Lakeside, California
Luxury and natural surroundings pamper visitors at the Barona Resort & Casino. Guests are invited to relax and enjoy a large lagoon that, like nature, doesn’t rely on chemicals to sustain live plants and fish.
OTL is recognized throughout the industry for its artistic ability, disciplined approach to engineering and construction management and sound and ethical business practices. OTL’s ability to design and construct exotic themes and relaxing environments has helped many resorts and casinos become a top destination.
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