Sheraton Panama City Beach Golf & Spa Resort is back “Open For Biz”


Another business in Bay County affected by Hurricane Michael has opened back up for normal business hours after remodeling.

In this weeks “Open For Biz” sponsored by GED Lawyers, News 13’s Chris Marchand focuses on the Sheraton Panama City Beach Golf & Spa Resort.

As we have seen in an earlier edition of Open For Biz, the golf course at Bay Point is already Open for Biz. Now, the rest of the Sheraton resort and its properties are back open as well.

We start with the hotel and conference center. After a ten month recovery, the conference center and hotel are back open and fully operational.

They have 200 brand new luxury guestrooms, 3 restaurants, 3 pools, fitness room with bay views, a private beach and 60,000 square feet of meeting space.

While staying at the hotel, you have access to Flip Flops pool side restaurant or take a walk along their boardwalk out to Pelicans, a water side restaurant.

Jean Capps, General Manager of the Sheraton Panama City Beach Golf and Spa Resort said, the support getting back open has been fantastic.

“The support from our local community grand lagoon the panama city beach in beach chamber of commerce the commissioner and visitors bureau not to mention businesses around the area from around the state in from around the country that are wanting to to be able to bring business to this area and help those that have been affected the most,” Capps said.

While on the resort, you will also have the opportunity to visit the Serenity Spa at Sheraton.

They offer so many ways to ease your body, mind and spirit, including soothing facials, Swedish massages, and classic manicures and pedicures.

Britt Williams, director of Serenity Spa said, she could tell right away the community was ready for them to re-open their doors.

“We had like over 400 people at our grand opening so that’s a great turn out we have a lot of community support we have our locals planning holiday christmas parties there we are going to launch a vip program that everyone’s anxious about so that’s great we have our products just a lot of community support,” Williams said.

For more info about the spa, call 236-6028

Is your business open following Hurricane Michael? Have a projected opening date after your renovations and cleanup? Fill out the form below to list your business “Open for Biz” here in the Panhandle. The service is FREE to all businesses!

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