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Thursday, February 01, 2007

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Visitors will soon be able to enjoy beachfront life from the luxury of 56 new rooms at the Surfsand Resort. Construction on a lavish addition began in December 2005 and will wrap up by this September, according to Abbie Hart of Martin Hospitality, which owns the Surfsand.  Phase one involved remodeling the 30-year-old property. New rooms will take shape during phase two along with a new weekend retreat building and a large meeting space. This addition will bring the number of rooms at the resort to more than 100.



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