A $50 million resort style hotel is planned for Foley, Alabama. The hotel is planned to open in May 2025 and is being developed by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians’ at the latest addition to the OWA Parks & Resort designation. It will be located on the northeast side of the Tropic Falls waterpark, which opened earlier this year. OWA is an entertainment destination in Foley that is owned by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians. Dale Partners is the project Architect. Rabren General Contractors has been selected to oversee the construction. The multi-story hotel is in the design stages. Development plans call for tropical-themed guest rooms that include a kitchenette and workspace, along with optional bunk bed spaces for larger families. Other key resort amenities will include an outdoor resort-style pool with a bar and grill, 24-hour fitness center, meeting space, lounge, convenience store and arcade, along with complimentary valet service, WiFi and breakfast.    

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