Pool is nice and protected by palm trees and greenery, but it's technically in the parking lot
Parking on site
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A beachside feast of Bali-inspired design with a heaping spoonful of South Beach sizzle on the side
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.
Tideline Ocean Resort & Spa
2842 South Ocean Boulevard
Palm Beach, Florida 33480
How to Get There
The preferred airport for The Omphoy Ocean Beach Resort is West Palm Beach, FL (PBI-Palm Beach Intl.) - 9.1 km / 5.6 mi. Distances are calculated in a straight line from the property's location to the point of interest or airport and may not reflect actual travel distance. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometre.