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Off my recent trip to Palm Beach, a quiet R & R is what I needed. Mission accomplished while staying in this quaint, cozy boutique hotel; using these amenities, checking out the Intracoastal waterway activities and grabbing yummy bites along. Enjoy these PALM BEACH Where to Stay, What To Do & Where to Grab a B I T E  recommends.

RELAX here: Tideline Ocean Resort & Spa

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One word: Service.

No, two words: Exceptional Service

That is what I experienced during my weekend gal’s getaway at this lovely gem. From the moment of check-in to turning in my room key, I was catered to, listened to and truly felt welcome here. The Amenities were amazing, the spa a dream, and special touches were  finding little surprises throughout.

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Love: Complimentary SPF & chilled water at the beach. Service to assist opening up & down the heavy beach umbrellas without any hesitation {this small business owner notices that}.

heartLove: The ability to be able to print out your boarding pass near the check-out station

Love: Fresh fruit or herb infused water all day  in the lobby area, chilled lavender towels, cocktail hour with Shirley temples or Champagne Spritzes

Love:  Bikes available to toule around the area

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Head out Paddle boarding on the IntraCoastal Waterways. It’s a workout & relaxing at the same time. Our guide was friendly, informative & did all the heavy lifting of the boards.  Place: Paddleboard connection


Rotelli’s Italian Restaurant: Eating at a hotel can be pricey for a lengthy stay, so my tip? Have it delivered! For lunch, Rotelli’s delivered a substantial sized vegetarian pizza with their Eggplant Caprese for a starter. Delicious.

Mulligan’s Beach House Bar & Grill: A couple blocks walk from the hotel awaits you the MOST phenomenal buttermilk pancakes {apparently it’s pancake & waffle mixed together…incredible}. Great low key, casual spot for breakfast, lunch or dinner. If Sherry’s on duty, ask for her as your waitress for the best personable service.

Kabuki sushi restaurant: When heading into the city & wanting it to be a sushi night, Kabuki was a recommendation from the hotel. Honestly I was so tired that day from swimming I cannot recall what I ordered but just remembered I was famished & it was yummy.

Other recommends:  My trip was short & sweet, so looking forward to trying out these other recommends from locals & travelers:

Meat Market/Buccan/Pizza Al Fresco/Renato’s {Italian}/Cafe Boulud/Eua spa-Manalapan {to relax & have lunch}


Casual, comfortable, cool. Bright colors with simple accessories



****Until Next Time Palm Beach****