It’s difficult to say the word Margaritaville without having a huge smile on your face. Because another word for Margaritaville is party. Now that party could mean different things for different people. It could mean a relaxing trip to the beach, or it could mean lots of adult beverages. Whatever you want your vacation to be there is a new Margaritaville location that is open in the state of Texas. 

If you want to try something brand new, maybe you should visit the new South Padre Island, Texas Margaritaville Beach Resort. I’ve always enjoyed Margaritaville properties, whether it was the restaurant on the Las Vegas Strip, in Key West, or the casino in Bossier City, LA. The facilities have always been clean and the employees have been nice and helpful.  

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What to Expect at the New Margaritaville on South Padre Island 

They are advertising the newest Margaritaville in Texas to be fun for the entire family. The resort cost around $30 million dollars and will offer 200 guest rooms, and 50 beachfront condos with different floorplans and costs. 

@musiccitymargs Come check out the newsy Margaritaville Beach Resort on South Padre Island 🌴 #margaritaville #southpadreisland #hotelroom #traveltiktok ♬ Aesthetic - Tollan Kim

There Are Multiple Bars and Restaurants 

When you’re not spending time on the beach there are multiple places offering delicious food and beverage options. Your choices include the Landshark Bar and Grill, the Salty Rim Bar and Grill, and Joe Merchant’s Coffee and Provisions. There is also a spa on the property in case you need a massage to really relax when your on vacation.  

Let’s look at some photos of the new Margaritaville location in Texas. 

New Margaritaville Location on South Padre Island

Peek inside the newest Margaritaville location in Texas located on South Padre Island.

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Keep reading to see if your favorite beach town made the cut.

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