Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Spring Break in Palm Beach

Last week we made a quick trip down to Palm Beach, FL.  It's a short plane ride from here and one of our favorite spots.  After forgetting something at home, we made the plane (as did our luggage!) with just a few minutes to spare.  On the upside, the entire row behind us was open so we quickly moved back and had plenty of space.

We didn't really plan on leaving the resort so we used ilimo car service to take us to the hotel.  This was our first time using them and they came in to meet us, had our SUV waiting right outside the baggage claim area and had two car seat options for Tatum.  The driver also pulled into the Publix near the hotel (which I usually walk to so saved me a morning walk!) to pick up a few things we needed for Tatum.

We checked in and our room was ready and upgraded right away - the staff at The Breakers are all wonderful.  After getting settled we went down to Ocean House for lunch overlooking the pool.  We took Tatum down to the beach after and he ran all over the place - usually trying to get to the ocean.  We finished up the first day with swimming at the kiddie pool.

Dinner that night was at the Italian Restaurant.  It's becoming our favorite when we are there because it's just steps outside the front lobby and there are so many areas for Tatum to play where the restaurant is - an arcade, a play center, playground, etc.

Our first full day we grabbed breakfast drinks and then walked over to Lake Shore Trail not far from the hotel.  We walked up Royal Poinciana Way along the shops then down by the water.  On our way back to the hotel we stopped off at Royal Poinciana Plaza (new to us) and I grabbed a personalized clutch at Stony Clover.  We stopped by the playground on our way back too. 

Another wonderful afternoon of the usual - lunch at the Beach Club and playing at a couple of the different pools.  Derek and I enjoyed reading, naps and resting at the adult pool while Tatum took his nap.  An afternoon storm rolled in late afternoon so we grabbed a happy hour drink and watched from underneath the pool bar.  It provided a pretty sunset so once we were back downstairs ready for dinner we walked along the property out back to enjoy it.

Our dinner that night was at The Seafood Bar right on the main level of the hotel.  While we can't sit at the bar (made out of a fish tank) anymore thanks to our little one in a highchair, we still love the food, drinks and atmosphere - while super adult friendly, they have a kids menu and are very accommodating too.

outfit details:
day one dress (flaunt boutique) and earrings


  1. I dont think there is a better place to spend Spring Break than in florida! Also loving your orange maxi dress! xo, Biana -BlovedBoston

  2. So beautiful! Looks like a great trip.

  3. So beautiful! I enjoyed following along on IG! We're heading to 30A in June and I cannot wait! I'm counting it down!