Boca Resort Review & Recap
This past weekend was nothing short of incredible. We arrived on a rainy Thursday afternoon to the Boca Raton Resort & Beach Club Waldorf Astoria Resort. With eagerness and excitement, we stepped into a weekend of absolute paradise. Knowing we were in for quite the treat, we weren’t quite sure how we would fit in here. After all, Boca is known for where the wealthy come to play. With Lamborghinis, Maseratis, and top of the line luxury cars coming in and out of valet, we witnessed those who dripped in wealth first hand. Though we were surrounded by luxe and beauty of the resort, I never felt any judgement or out of place at any time. And of course, we were there for the same reasons, to disconnect and relax on vacation.
The Boca Raton Resort Spa has been voted one of the best spas in the United States and has an outstanding reputation worldwide. The Spa boasts radiance in splendor and size with its own pool, cafe, and an extensive menu of services. My personal favorite was the Ritual Bath (pictured below). This is an experience you will never forget, and the perfect start to your spa day.
Food & Drink
You guys know that I am an absolute foodie, especially when it comes to traveling. During our three night stay, we had the opportunity to eat on site for all our meals. My two favorite meals were dinner at Blue and Lucca. Blue is located in the tower on the top floor with panoramic views of the harbor and golf courses and if you’re lucky a spectacular sunset. Lucca was phenomenal and slightly more romantic with a dark setting and an extensive wine list. Definitely make reservations for either. The only place I do not think was worth the value was the brunch in the Palm Court.
Room & Resort Grounds
We had the pleasure of staying at the Boca Beach Club in a gorgeous ocean front king. The room was pleasantly quite and comfortable with a spacious white marble bathroom. If you plan on spending time at the beach, the rooms at this part of the resort are new and steps to the ocean. However, most of the restaurants, the spa, and golf are all located at the main resort. There is a shuttle that runs every 15 minutes between the two or you can take the resort ferry on the water as well.
Pools, Beach & Activities
There are three pools located at the Beach Club, one pool at the main resort, and a private pool at the spa (pictured). Each has it’s own vibe, and all have poolside food and drink services. My go-to is always a Don Julio Silver margarita and chips & guacamole! YUM! Also, the beach has servers and a beach bar, live music on weekends, and fire pits for entertainment. The Beach Club pools have a party vibe and the main resort pool is more chill. You can check out the activities available here.
Shane was able to golf the pristine courses of the resort and he loved every bit of it. The beauty and reputation of these courses lived up to the hype and he thoroughly enjoyed his mornings on the course.
Outfit Details: Altar’d State Yellow Dress | Blue Stripe Midi Dress | Olive Paper Bag Pants | ZARA White Off The Shoulder Top | Nude Heels | Brixton Sun Hat
I know that sometimes images can be deceiving, but this truly was an absolutely incredible vacation. Everything from our room to the food to the spa was top notch. I am so thankful for the opportunity we had to get to stay here. I hope this review has helped you plan a trip to Boca Raton Resort & Beach Club in the future. Don’t forget to share & save for later reference, thanks so much for reading!
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