Tideline Ocean Resort & Spa
What We Love
- Nightly lobby wine hour
- Free beach chairs, lounges and umbrellas
- Best for couples and single travelers
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What To Know
- The property opened in August 2009
- It’s a 15-minute drive to Worth Avenue shopping
- Pool is nice and protected by palm trees and greenery, but it's technically in the parking lot
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
This isn’t your mother’s Palm Beach. In lieu of bright floral sofas and navy blazers, the contemporary oceanfront Tideline Ocean Resort and Spa is awash in a shadowy, Asian-influenced aesthetic with a just enough South Beach style. Mood music booms from the entrance and there’s a dark and sexy scene at the bar where a back lit blue wall adds a sexy undersea vibe. But the peaceful beach lined with chairs and lounges, meditation garden and on-site spa provide the tranquility you came for.
Bed & Bath
The dark, dreamy feel extends to the Tideline Ocean Resort and Spa’s 134 guestrooms and suites; they’re sleek and comfortable, with flat-screen TVs and eco-friendly bath amenities. Ceramic floors are finished to look like oxidized steel, and the dark wood and neutral-hued natural fabric hung to resemble a four poster bead make you feel as if you’re in Bali. Bathrooms are big a bring a spa feel, with soaking tubs and freestanding showers. All guestrooms feature water views — either of the Atlantic or the Intercoastal Waterway, and many have private balconies.
On weekend nights the elevator leading to the hotel’s signature restaurant on the third floor, cordoned off with velvet ropes guarded by a miniskirt-clad hostess with a clipboard. Like the rest of the hotel, the restaurant is modern and cool-toned and minimal without being monotonous. Chef Michael Wuster’s “gourmet performance art kitchen” takes fresh produce and seafood and prepares them with modern techniques and equipment — like using liquid nitrogen to freeze food, or preparing dishes sous-vide, a method of cooking food in a vacuum. Still, it’s the classics that shine here, like the colossal Florida stone crabs from the raw bar and the bouillabaisse with monkfish, shrimp, mussels and traditional rouille.
In the Area
Relax with an invigorating massage or Ultimate HydraFacial at the resort’s spa. Catch a match at the International Polo Club of Palm Beach, where some of the world’s best players come to compete. What to wear, what to wear? Hit the chic boutiques of Worth Avenue for designer goods from the world’s best stores (as well as copious people watching). For dinner, savor succulent regional fare like Florida red snapper, stone crabs or organic chicken at Malcolm’s; the art of food, helmed by Executive Chef Michael Wurster.
How to Get There
Every time I stay at the Tideline, I leave very happy, rejuvenated and relaxed. I have been coming here for 10 years now, and it is still my Happy Place. It has had its share of changes over the years, but the best parts are still there, and getting better. The best beach in Palm Beach, excellent beach and poolside service (thank you Shane & Renella) love their cocktails especially the Cucumber 75 thanks to Jose who brought it back, along with some wonderful new ones like the Cucumber Jalapeno Margarita wow! Ever since Jose took charge of Food & Beverage, everything has become more delicious. The oceanfront rooms are spectacular, you are so close to the ocean that when you walk in to your room, it feels like you are on a cruise ship. Thank you to the front desk Aaron, Sean, and Sharmin who were super helpful in checking me in with a fabulous upgrade. They recognize and reward loyalty which to me is very important. All my troubles melt away there and they will spoil you, if you let them. I will probably never understand people who complain about a furniture knick, a water stain, (a mattress stain?), are you serious? The Tideline will take you in its loving arms, work hard to nourish you, make sure you are happy, give you a flute of champagne and wrap you in luxury. I can't wait to go back next weekend. And yes, you can do that because of the good value. Tideline $ goes 3x further than the 4 Seasons next door, so you can afford to go to Tideline all season! If I had to offer anything to say to make Tideline even better? A few more umbrellas on the beach. I'm so looking forward to seeing my fave Happy Place team of great people at the Tideline next weekend- thank you for all you do, I truly appreciate you and think you are all the cat's meow!
Beautiful boutique hotel hosted our 130 guest max capacity wedding. There are a lot of moving parts for a wedding this size and Laura Damaschin was our hotel assigned wedding manager, who orchestrated every detail to perfection.The ceremony was on a patio with the crystal clear azure blue ocean backdrop and the reception and open bar room were on the second floor overlooking the ocean. The awesome flowers were provided by Flowers of Worth Avenue and the delicious cake was provided Johnson's Custom Cakes. Pictures are worth 1000 words, so I have included some.
The experience exceeded our high expectations. Feedback from all guests was all positive. They really enjoyed themselves. The passed appetizers and main meal were great! Service excellent. If you are thinking of a perfect ocean front Palm Beach wedding, certainly give Laura a call!
Thank you all for your effort!
Howie, Father of the Bride
PS: Special shout out to bartender Brandon who helped with a joke to break the ice for Father of the Bride speech.
Me: Brandon, this speech is going to be stressful, I need a drink.
Brandon: Sure Howie, what would you like?
Me: hmmm, can you make me a Zombie?
Brandon: Too late.
About a month ago, my girlfriend and I had a little stay-cation to celebrate our anniversary and was pleasantly surprised with the accommodations at the Tideline Resort. The property and room was beautiful, cozy and romantic. We were greeted by probably the most genuine and nice gentleman at the front desk. Trey helped us get settled quickly and did everything he could to make our stay special and unforgettable. Thank you Trey and everyone at the Tideline. We will definitely come back to visit.