ASBURY PARK – The luxury Asbury Ocean Club hotel has snagged yet another accolade, earning a spot on Travel + Leisure’s “It List” of properties.
The 54-room boutique hotel is one of the features of the Asbury Ocean Club project, which includes 130 condominium residences.
In its 2020 list entry, Travel + Leisure writes that the building “brings a five-star experience to the Jersey Shore.” The Asbury Ocean Club hotel is the only one in New Jersey listed on the list.
“I think it’s great overall for New Jersey to have this kind of recognition, but amazing for Asbury Park,” said Jodi Stasse, senior general manager of Corcoran Sunshine, who leads sales efforts and marketing department of the Asbury Ocean Club. “Until you stay at the hotel or see the residential amenities and models, you don’t understand the full offering.”
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David Bowd of Salt Hotels is the operator of the Asbury Ocean Club Hotel and the site was designed by Anda Andrei.
At least 26 units have been sold in the building, according to the Monmouth County Property Records News Review.
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The Asbury Ocean Club held its grand opening last July.
Hotel prices during the summer season rivaled luxury hotels in New York. On the hotel’s booking site, rooms range from $345 a night to $950 the first week of July for 2020. During the winter season, rates are lower, listed on the website between $295 and $650 a night for this coming weekend.
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The Asbury Ocean Club has been the centerpiece of Asbury Park’s lead waterfront developer, iStar, which has embarked, along with its partners, on a multi-billion dollar development plan for Asbury Park.
In addition to the Asbury Ocean Club Hotel, iStar has also developed the Asbury Hotel and luxury residential buildings such as The Monroe.