If you like the Mediterranean vibe of the downtown Delray Beach Marriott, snag your last photos of it soon.
The hotel will soon shift its look to an Anglo-Caribbean style of architecture.
Plans to renovate the exterior of the hotel, 10 North Ocean Blvd., were recently signed off on by city officials.
The plans were submitted for review by the city on April 29. Officials approved the request mid-July. It is unclear when work will begin and how long it will take to transform the look of the hotel.
The hotel also has plans to expand the restaurant at the south side of the building along Atlantic Avenue.
A call to hotel owner Ocean Properties was not returned by press time.
Plans include eliminating the Spanish roof tile, adding French doors and a new color scheme. The building will use a lot of white, according to renderings.