The Seagate Hotel & Spa
What We Love
- Sea-inspired interiors
- Choose from three pools: one at the hotel and one each at the nearby beach and country clubs
- Luxury car service will take you anywhere within three miles
- Full access to one of South Florida’s top beach clubs
- Marble bathrooms with Gilchrist & Soames products and jetted tubs
- Saltwater aquariums and a 2,500-gallon shark tank in the lobby
- Huge full-length mirror in each room
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What To Know
- A $30 (plus tax) per night resort fee will be collected upon checkout from Jetsetter
- The property opened in November 2009
- The beach club is directly on the water; the hotel is about three quarters of a mile away
- The Atlantic Grille Restaurant is not open for lunch during the week in the summer
- Free trolley takes guests between the main hotel and the beach club
- Yoga classes cost extra
- The newly renovated Seagate Country Club, just a short drive away, includes golf, full-service clubhouse, fitness center and tennis courts
- Eco friendly
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
With a stay at The Seagate Hotel & Spa in Delray Beach, you’ll be on the Strip and minutes from Veterans Park, and close to Puppetry Arts Center of the Palm Beaches. This 4.5-star hotel is within close proximity of Putt’n Around and Delray Beach Tennis Center.
Make yourself at home in one of the 154 air-conditioned rooms featuring kitchenettes. Your pillowtop bed comes with down comforters and Egyptian cotton sheets. 42-inch flat-screen televisions with pay movies provide entertainment, with wired and wireless Internet access available for a surcharge. Conveniences include laptop-compatible safes and desks, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages, body treatments, and facials. After dipping into one of the 2 outdoor swimming pools, you can spend some time at the private beach. This hotel also features complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and babysitting/childcare. The complimentary beach shuttle makes getting to the surf and sand a breeze.
Enjoy a meal at one of the hotel’s dining establishments, which include 2 restaurants and a coffee shop/café. From your room, you can also access 24-hour room service. Thirsty? Quench your thirst at a bar/lounge, a beach bar, or a poolside bar.
Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, limo/town car service, and dry cleaning/laundry services. This hotel has 9 meeting rooms available for events. A train station pick-up service is provided at no charge (available on request), and extended parking is available onsite.
How to Get There
Met up with some friends from NJ for a few drinks and dinner. Had to beg for our drinks, waiter went missing for 2 hours. Just not the service I expected in a place like this. Don’t think will be visiting again.
Checked to the Seagate on May 3 for 4 days. I was told at check in that the beach club and pool are closed for renovation. The beach club was the reason I chose the Seagate. I should have been informed of that before check in. Secondly, the hotel pool was extremely crowded with not enough chaises due to beach pool closed. Had to wait 30 min to find a place to lay. Thirdly the TV’s in the room twice requiring an engineer twice. Fourthly, the closet in room would not close properly. They said that would be fixed but never came. The entire stay was ruined, especially with the beach club closed and pool over crowded. Not happy at all, Dr. Douglas Pravda
Wouldn’t really say my wife and I took a “trip” here as we are both locals and frequent attendees of the Coffee Shop for breakfast, however I could not find another forum to post on, so here we are. Fantastic deals on breakfast, especially the omelettes!! We have been coming in for about two years now and the service as always been acceptable. However my wife and I have noticed the service becoming slower. We are aware our breakfast is coming from a back kitchen and that there are orders that have been placed before ours. The other week when I went in to inquire about the status of our order I was greeted by a very hostel young woman who seemed to be barking at me that the order would come when it was delivered and that it was coming from a back kitchen and out of her hands, telling me that my wife already came in and was told the same thing (which she had not, she was reading the paper the entire time). She then told me to go sit (like a dog) and she walked away before I could respond. A little caught off guard, I didn’t say anything and returned to my table outside to wait. When I arrived my wife was talking to an employee name MAT who was clearing the plate she had her muffin on. I said I wanted to leave and he asked if anything was wrong. I told him what had happened and he immediately apologized and told us he would personally go to the kitchen and check the status of our order. Based on my experience a few minutes earlier I wasn’t going to hold my breath. To mine and wife’s delight he appeared a minute or two later letting us know there was one order ahead of us and he would make sure it was brought out as soon as it was off the grill. He offered to refill our coffees for us and check again. When he came back the second time he had fresh coffee in our cups and let us know that the omelettes had arrived and he would go run in and grab them. When he brought them to our outside table he had a white bag in his hand. He apologized again for our negative encounter, handed the bag to my wife, and said he knew bran muffins were her favorite and hopefully she could enjoy it later. We were so surprised by the kindness of the employee and quite frankly felt relieved that our misfortune was met such candor. Despite the increasingly longer wait times at breakfast and less than appropriate attitudes of some; it is moments like that, that make us look forward to coming back to our weekly breakfast spot. Certainly one of delray’s best kept secrets!
I left behind a few clothing items in my room when I checked out. I contacted the hotel that afternoon to alert them.
I stopped by the front desk the next morning (I was staying in the area but at a less expensive hotel)and was told they’d have to wait til the new occupants checked out before they could look for my belongings. And that they’d contact me.
OK. I understand.
But since then, March 9, I’ve called them multiple times and left messages with Security. They’ve never called me.
On 2 occasions I spoke with a person; he was very friendly and assured me he’d call back after checking the laundry. He never did.
Today I talked with the manager. He had the Security man call me. What he said was he didn’t find my stuff... “maybe it will turn up in lost and found.” (After 2 months? Really?)
Neither he nor the manager ever said anything with the words “I’m sorry.”
Why? Would it be admitting some responsibility for the loss? And would that be a bad thing?
I can accept the loss but I am surprised by the manager and security officer’s dismissive view of my loss.
While I was a guest at the hotel, I found the accommodations very comfortable and spacious. But this place is not a good fit for me because they do not allow food to be brought in (ie no take out; just their room service).
Yeaterday I checked in to this hotel at 3:00 pm and now they were asking me to checkout at 9:00 am today and they are talkin in a very bad way and saying that its the hotel policy since we have taken a half board package. As far as I know the difference between the full boad and half boad is only the lunch. Also had to take our car out from car park for them to take photos.