Two weeks ago a few bloggers and I headed down to Palm Beach, Florida to check out the Eau Palm Beach Resort and Spa. Palm Beach has always been one of my favorite beach destinations, between the shopping and architecture, there’s so much to do and see. If you haven’t experience shopping on Worth Ave (just a few miles from the resort), you are seriously missing out. It’s kind of like the Rodeo Drive of the south. The entire resort was actual decor goals, from the stunning lobby to the light and airy rooms designed by Jonathan Adler (yes… like full rooms of Jonathan Adler decor)! Next time I travel to Eau Palm Beach Resort and Spa I’m going to book myself on the club level, because after seeing how charming it was, and how much food it had, I was super envious of the guests who had access to it.
One thing I LOVED about Eau Palm Beach Resort and Spa was the tranquil adult pool. Nothing against all the kiddies out there, but I really love when a resort has an option for those traveling without kids. This pool looked right out onto the ocean and I felt super luxe lounging there.
Outdoor showers…. major bonus points! The resort offers an array of water sports, tennis, a gorgeous fitness center and amazing on-site food options. The lunch we had out by the pool on our last day was so yummy. I had a lobster roll that put Maine’s rolls to the test.
Gotta love an Instagrammable resort… or is that just a blogger thing? So these hanging chairs were on the balconies of floor rooms and I seriously could’ve posted up here with my book for the entire day. I’m not going to lie, I went home and priced out these hanging chairs for my house. Like I said, decor goals.
If you make your way to the resort make sure to book a day at their award winning spa. My massage there was one of the best I’ve had and in between services you can hang out in their mini oasis, which has even more hanging chairs, and eat cupcakes! I am finally settling back into reality after traveling for the past two weeks and I was wondering why my jeans were tight…. might have been the cupcakes I couldn’t stop eating at Eau.
Cheers, Eau! Hope to see you again real soon.