Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa
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... out in the fishing hot spots where we caught some absolute beauties, including a 30 pound Cobia (dinner for two nights)!
The following week - Sally, Freya, Lucy and I drove to Orlando to spend a couple of nights there. We went to Aquatica World on one of the days, which was a mix between Atlantis and Wild Wadi Water Parks. For the Dubai people it wasn't as good, of course..
Our last weekend was the July 4th US holiday weekend - we all headed to the Keys - to ...
... put everything together, the realization that I will soon be embarking on a one month long adventure by myself started to finally sink in. All I could think was, "wow...this is real life! This is actually happening!" I am so excited for my adventure and I hope I am able to write something everyday, I don't want to let down my fans (mom and dad) after all! ...
... Uncle Philip showed me the restaurant pet, a mongoose. They said it was asleep and if I just tapped on the corner of the box he would wake up so I tapped on it and it was really just a spring-loaded prank. I was so scared that I jumped up and screamed loud enough for the tables around could hear me and look over. During dinner it started raining really hard so we just sat at the table and talked and tried to wait out the storm. Once we left we headed back to ...
... ft pierce at 10am and arrived at the park at 5 pm. It was only 75 miles but I had errands along the way. Gas .oil change. Grocery shopping. Late lunch. $ store. Check out pics of bike on rear of MH. First time I strapped it on. I needed to buy a crossbar to fit on bike. with bungie cords and rope, it didnt move. No internet in park. Using my cell with 4G to make this entry. Looking forward to a quiet week of ...
Arg ye matie. Jennifer here. I am in the search of some sunshine and warmth... ah, well. I need some practice on my pirate. I need to be meaner. More direct. And well, not so nice. I will be known as the nicest Pirate in ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa
We just got back from a 7 night stay at this AMAZING resort. In sticking with my title; let me begin ...
WOW! WOW! WOW! We are just praising THE LORD for an absolutely awesome time of rest and relaxation at this beautiful Resort! The magnificant Ocean colors were the colors that only The LORD could create of amazing turquois blue and emerald green ... colors you could never find in a crayon box! The beach was so clean and John Paul at the beach was fascinating to talk with and he made sure that your every need and want was taken care of, just like every other person who worked there! They go above and beyond to make your stay as enjoyable as they can! The rooms are luxurious and very clean! We even let our toddler on the bedspread/duvet cover which normally we take off the bed right away, However they not only change the sheets daily which I love, but they also changed the duvet covers during our 8 days of stay! We arrived early 5/25/07 and left 6/1/07! The hotel manager was over the top in courteous service and every time you called room service they were there in minutes!
Brand new hotel with great rooms (ours was a 2B/2BA) that all include kitchens and balconies. We traveled with our 11 month old daughter, who stayed in the second bedroom. The hotel provided a crib but no highchair. The pool areas were great - one a "wade in" style, that was great for our daughter, with abig water-assisted waterslide and another "infinity" style pool that was more for adults. This resort was a great vacation spot, but we had a lot of trouble with wireless internet access (and the hotel charges for it when most others don't) and the "business center" downstairs consisted of only one computer with a printer that did not work, so this resort is maybe not the best choice for business travelers or for those needing to review work documents while on vacation. Service at the front desk, bellhops and valets were all very courteous and helpful. Restaurant service was a little slow, but fine overall. Food prices were typically expensive as with all resorts, and food was good, but not great. Pleanty of great dining options (and shopping) within a short distance of the hotel, which was probably a better choice. Some of the housekeeping staff was wonderful and helpful while others were surly. We would definitely stay at this hotel again!
Stayed there with my wife and two small children during spring break. Arrived the day that they 1st opened, April 10,2007. Stayed 8 nights. As A Starwood Gold member, I checked their website, called the hotel, and received a great grand-opening price.
My wife son and I were amazed at how beautiful the rooms are at this brand new resort. Each room has a top of the line kitchen, 2 huge HD Plasma LG televisions, a washer/dryer, and very very nice furniture and accents. This would be a $1000/night room in most places. The pools are both wonderful, with the pool facing the Intercostal having a great walk-in area that my 2 year old loved and a very cool water slide. The beach area was also nice. We found the staff to be very accomodating and friendly. My only complaint is that they get you with all the extras at this place. The Valet is $20/night plus the tips every time you get your car. They have the nerve to charge you $10 for a beach cushion too. The food prices are off the charts. Breakfast is over $60 for some eggs and fruit. Do yourself a favor and go to Publix on PGA and stock up your fridge and pantry. Make sure to buy detergent and dishwashing soap as the rooms don't come with it. All in all the resort is a five star property and a great place to bring a family. I'm not sure what their prices will be like during peak season, but this place is a great place to visit. We have been to the Breakers and the Ritz, but we found this place to be much nicer. I'm not sure if they are too upscale for Singer Island, but I hope they do well. Starwood has hit a Homerun with this one. There are also tons of restaurants off PGA Blvd and a nice park right next to the hotel with a playground. So bring lots of your own stuff to stock your kitchen, and enjoy the pool and beach.
I stayed here for three nights, and really enjoyed it, the perfect escape for me from a hectic job. Yes it was a month after they opened and there were a couple minor hiccups, but overall it was worth the money (I got a AAA rate through Starwood website of $219). This is a bit long but want to give you the kind of detail I would want in a review.
What a great trip! The rooms at this resort are amazing. I have stayed at the Ritz and these rooms are way nicer. We canceled our reservations at The Breakers when we found this resort online, and I am so glad we did. The rooms are huge- we had a two bedrooms suite with a great view of the ocean. The Valet service was prompt and curtious. Check-in was quick and the front desk was always friendly.
What a fantastic experience! Right from the start, the valets greet you with a world-class welcome! The front desk staff was just as engaging and the room....wow, the room! Luxury suite with marble floors, kitchen with stainless steel appliances, closet with washer/dryer, marbles and granite bath...not to mention the spectacular ocean views from an entire wall of floor-to-ceiling windows and huge balcony. Truly heaven! 5 Stars all the way. Any down-sides? Yes, housekeeping could step it up a notch during our stay, but the room was spotless on check-in. The spa was gorgeous...unfortuantely not fully functional when we checked in, just 2 weeks after opening. Can't wait to stay here again. As a world traveler, this is easily the best hotel we have ever stayed in....LOVED it!!!
Great resort, few minor details to fix
I must disagree with the previous review.
Just spent a weekend at this newly opened location. Amazing 5 star location, with top amenities.
We stayed in a 2 bedroom suite, with all the comforts of a luxury apartment, with the added services of a luxury hotel.
There are a few items that need to be fixed, specially house keeping getting the right employees doing a detailed job. Besides that, and considering the hotel is just starting, it is a fantastic location.
Even though we went with our children, the offer is also suitable for couples.
Would definitely recommend it.
Well what to say? When we first got there we were very impressed...the valet staff was exceptional and the front desk staff was very good as well. The bellman took us up to our room and when we first walked in we were absolutely stunned. We had debated about choosing the Four Seasons or one of the Ritz's again and thought we'd made the right decision after seeing how incredibly beautiful the rooms were.....wrong! While the room was the nicest we've ever stayed in the service didn't come remotely close to the standards that either of the previously mentioned hotels provide.