The new owners of a former APM Inn & Suites hotel in Orlando have a secret to share.

A company led by real estate developer Michael Spielvogel has launched a new adult-lifestyle, members-only boutique condo-hotel at 3155 S. John Young Parkway called TopSecret Resort of Orlando, according to a report in GrowthSpotter.

Mary Ellen Taft, a manager and TopSecret Resort of Orlando, said the members-only concept has been softly opening over the weekends, while embarking on a large renovation plan that will fully restore the kitchen, give its exterior a fresh paint job and update the amenities at the five-story, 205-room building.

TopSecret Resort is Spielvogel’s latest real estate venture. He told GrowthSpotter he and a group of investors are pursuing other properties internationally to partner with the condo-hotel flag. The average asking rate for condos at TopSecret Resort of Orlando range between $150,000 to $200,000 per unit, Spielvogel said.

Buyers can live in the units or enter the rooms into a rental program.

He describes the resort as an upscale, adult-lifestyle hotel that works with local club and bar owners to rent space at its properties.

New owners converted the hotel units to condos and are embarking on a large-scale renovation plan for the property.

TopSecret Resort of Orlando currently features two clubs called “Amnesia,” and “Insanity,” as well as a bar named the “The G Spot,” after its manager George, Spielvogel said.

DJs and party people dancing and using leather whips are featured on the resort’s website. While the renovations are in process, food trucks will be serving weekend guests and lingerie retailers offer private shopping appointments

A lingerie store called The Naughty Boutique is in the lobby of TopSecret Resort of Orlando.

Unlike the Secrets Hideaway Resort & Spa in Kissimmee, the hotels requires clothing and is not a self-proclaimed hotel for and by swingers. Taft said TopSecret Resort Orlando is not associated with Secrets Hideaway.

“We are an upscale, private, members resort,” Taft said. The company is marketing the TopSecret experience to adults ages 21 and up who “enjoy fine dining and dancing.”