Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa Review

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3800 North Ocean Drive, Singer Island Riviera Beach FL 33404
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Editor’s Review of Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa

Since the late 19th century, when Henry Flagler established Palm Beach as a favorite winter playground for the well-heeled, visitors have flocked to Florida's Gold Coast for sun and fun. Today, extravagant charity events and the high-end boutiques of Worth Avenue keep the wealthy residents entertained, while kids learn to paddle board and families build sandcastles on beaches just steps from all the glamour. And just a few miles north, on Singer Island, the oceanfront Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort and Spa brings together the luxe life and the convenience of a fine family-oriented hotel.

The 20-floor, high-rise hotel lies between Jupiter and Palm Beach, about a 15-minute drive from shopping, dining and nightlife in both
... more towns. And what the hotel's location lacks in walking-distance proximity to off-property shops and restaurants, the Marriott more than makes up for in value and family amenities.

Families love the Lagoon Pool, where the "beach entry" is perfect for toddlers and a waterslide is a hit with kids of all ages. The onsite Kid's Zone -- the resort's kids' camp -- keeps everyone entertained with organized activities, such as watermelon-eating contests and Ping Pong tournaments throughout the day. And just steps away, along a pretty stretch of beach, children can go boogie boarding or surfing. Once your family has exhausted themselves with all the water-based fun, you can retreat to one of the hotel's luxurious and homey one- or two-bedroom suites, all equipped with kitchens and plenty of room to spread out and relax before doing it all again the next day.

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Our Editor Loves
  • Pools with a waterslide
  • Kids' Club
  • Beachfront location
Family Interests
  • Beach
  • Bicycling
  • Golf
  • Museum/Cultural
Family Amenities
  • Babysitting
  • Cribs
  • DVD Player
  • Kitchenettes
  • Laundry Service
  • Onsite Dining
  • Refrigerator
  • Pool
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JadeFL88
Relaxed at Last
Reviewed on 06/15/2012
Last November my family visited from England, where its dreary to say the least. We stayed in a condo at the Palacio situated right on the beaches of Perdido Key. Even in November, the weather was beautiful and my mom was able to ...
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The hotel has 194 one- and two-bedroom suites located within the 20-floor building. All have a fully equipped kitchen (minus an oven), flat-screen TVs, washers and dryers and marble bathrooms with separate showers and bathtubs, making it easy for group bathing after a sandy beach day. Traveling families will definitely appreciate the full-sized refrigerators with built-in icemakers, and the dishwasher is a very handy convenience, too. The kitchens all have toasters, coffee and tea makers, microwaves, stoves, pots and pans, utensils and serving dishes. The small trashcans in the kitchen are the only area that's really lacking here, so make sure to bring extra trash bags, because you won't find any under the sink. Complimentary cribs are available upon request.

Suites
Suites offer plenty of space to stash beach toys and all those kiddie accessories you couldn't leave at home, and there's even a walk-in closet for additional storage. And while all of the suites have balconies, it's worth paying a bit more for a suite with an ocean view over those with pool or resort views.

The sleeping areas in all suites are separate from the living space, and most have sofa beds to accommodate additional guests or siblings that don't do well sharing a bed. Some suites sleep up to seven guests.

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