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The space will open in 2019. 

Talia Avakian
September 05, 2017

Low-cost carrier Allegiant Air is getting into the hotel game, announcing plans to open what the airline says will be Florida’s largest master-planned hotel and condo resort on the Gulf Coast.

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Sunseeker Resorts will cover more than 20 acres on the waterfront of Port Charlotte, Florida, and will include a resort hotel, nine condo towers, a private marina, and a variety of entertainment options including 10 bars and restaurants. The complex will even include a private grocery store and a medical care facility and pharmacy.

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Allegiant is also planning to build what the airline says will be the largest pool in North America; it will cover the area of about three football fields.

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The marina will offer easy access to boat excursions and rentable watercraft, while the resort’s fitness center and yoga classes will overlook the harbor.

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“In my years of experience developing resort properties around the world, it’s rare to find such a perfect alignment of factors,” John Redmond, president of Allegiant, said in a statement.

He added that the resort gives Allegiant the opportunity to expand in the leisure travel industry.

Condos on the property will start at $650,000 for a one-bedroom, $850,000 for a two-bedroom, and $1.1 million for a three-bedroom. Hotel room rates are to be determined.

Allegiant plans to open the resort in 2019.

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