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What you see is not what you get

What you see is not what you get

★★½ Last time I was in the building that houses Boca Landing, it was the rundown Boca Raton Bridge Hotel. It was built in 1976, and new owners took it over last year and spent $10 million on a renovation that has succeeded in bringing a classic hotel back to very stylish life. The building had great Miami Modern-style bones, and is now called Waterstone Resort and Marina. Every room has a water view. As hotel restaurants go, Boca Landing is small, tucked in a corner on the first floor with 60 seats inside and another 52 seats on Lake Boca Raton. There isn't a restaurant in the city with a better view, especially if you sit outside. There's nothing I...

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