Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa

100 S. Ocean Blvd. (E. Ocean Ave.) Manalapan FL

World-class service and Mediterranean opulence on Palm Beach.

Built in 1991, in the style of early twentieth-century architect Addison Mizner, this impressive resort hotel is located on seven acres of sand at the tip of Palm Beach Island. The lavish property features bell towers on each of the well-appointed, Mediterranean-style main buildings --- complemented by several dozen palm trees and a courtyard fountain that welcomes arriving guests. The lobby features fine furnishings with numerous areas to sit with views of the ocean. All of the guest rooms and suites boast a view of the ocean, too, as well as private balconies. Marble bathrooms are standard, while the suites offer exquisite modern tubs and multi-head showers. For relaxation, head out to one of the two swimming pools or for a walk on the white sand beach. The Club Level offers complimentary dining throughout the day and an exclusive key-operated elevator. Three tennis courts (with an on-site pro) and golf privileges at the nearby Atlantis course should satisfy outdoor sporting enthusiasts. Plus, there's the 42,000-square-foot Eau Spa. Dining venues of note include the supper club-style Angle, serving locally sourced, South Florida regional cuisine, and the casual Temple Orange. The concierge can arrange for guests to see polo and croquet matches. Keeping everyone occupied, the AquaNuts program targets smaller kids, while the Coast Teen Program is ideal for teenage kids and features fully-styled photo shoots and DJ instruction in a professional DJ booth. For those with business needs, the property offers extensive business services and poolside office/cabana set-ups for entertaining guests. Limousines are also available upon request.

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100 S. Ocean Blvd. (E. Ocean Ave.) Manalapan FL 33462 U.S.


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