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2842 S Ocean Blvd Palm Beach, FL 33480
2842 South Ocean BoulevardUSFloridaPalm Beach33480
(561) 540-6440tidelineresort.com
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Welcome to Kimpton's Tideline Ocean Resort + Spa. Offering beachfront accommodations, pool, a world-class spa and fitness center and a chef-driven restaurant that opens onto our soft, sandy beach.
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Contemporary oceanfront lodging combining tranquil quarters with a spa, a pool & on-site dining.- Google
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Christian Lopez
a month ago
Stayed here for our 2nd wedding anniversary. It was the price and new ownership that attracted us to this hotel. The entire staff was welcoming and very accommodating, absolutely no complaints. The hotel is a little dark, but nothing worth complaining about. The room was very well decorated and the bathroom was beautiful. The uniqueness of the blinds does cause for light to come through, so don't expect absolute darkness in the room. As far as the restaurant goes, the atmosphere and service is great but definitely overpriced, but our server allowed us to use our free continental breakfast for everything on the menu. Having to walk through the restaurant to get to the beach did seem odd and the walls did sound thin. Although for the amenities, service, and quality of the room, the hotel was definitely worth it.
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Martin Cowan
4 months ago
Discovered the Omphoy Hotel in 2014 as part of a Jet Blue promo,, and loved it. Thought it was a 4 1/2 star hotel and 2 1/2 star costs. Returned this year under new management (Tideline Ocean Resort), now it's a 3 star hotel with 4 star fees. The costs are almost double last year, and some of the negatives have begun to weigh more in my evaluation. For the positives, we found the staff very friendly and helpful. The beach is grand. Everything is kept neat and clean. The lobby, outdoor pool and other public areas are very attractive. Negatives: Bad lighting--bring flashlight with you. Not enough outlets in room-- only two for charging phones, laptops, Ipads, Kindles, etc., We had three occupants (a granddaughter) in our room--had to create spreadsheet schedule for rotating devices. Bathroom small and not very elegant; water closet was dingy--Motel 6 quality. No outlets or lights on balcony. Door to balcony extremely difficult to open or close. Beds were creaky--if anyone moved at night while sleeping, everyone else is the room woke up from the noise. Mattresses uncomfortable. Only one chair in room to sit on, and very uncomfortable. . Dining facilities inadequate--menu in main dining room much too limited, and everything overpriced (after tips and tax, close to $50 a person for buffet breakfast), so we generally went elsewhere for meals. Worst: music piped into all public areas, including pool, dining areas, lobby, valet parking waiting area, locker rooms, was horrendous, intrusive and distracting. Mostly just repetitive percussion sound, over and over and over. Impossible to tell what genre music--a mix of minimalism and punk? Perhaps you can stand it for an hour or so, but after 3 or 4, you need a valium.
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Trevor Winn
10 months ago
Stayed 3 nights in this hotel in Early Summer 2014, and I think it's more closely a 3-Star hotel. It may offer the amenities of nicer hotels, but the attitude of the staff and quality of the food do not reflect the rating. So many reviews comment on the "darkness" of the hotel, and yes, it is nothing like the cheerful and bright environment of the Four Seasons next door. Also: book this hotel through AAA and save some money. The halls are dark, but not as bad as some make them to be. The rooms, while sparsely decorated, are clean. I think the bathroom was our favorite part: large tiled shower with two heads, separate toilet, seemed updated. Good luck finding an outlet in your room: we had to move large furniture to charge our phones. The balcony was nice. The restaurants: The menu is the same wherever you eat, despite their separate names. To go to the beach via the hotel you must walk through the lunch/casual dining space, it's hardly private. The outdoor eating space was nice, but was off-limits for a private event, which was disappointing. The formal restaurant (upstairs) had a great view of the beach, but the staff was rude and hesitated to seat us, despite the restaurant being used by only 2 couples. It was clearly a very slow night for them, and yet they stumbled around as if to consider where to seat us in an all-but-empty restaurant. The waiter was polite, but the food was mediocre. If you want a great dining experience visit the Four Season's next door. I will say that the breakfast food (via room service) was very good; eat lunch and dinner elsewhere. The pool: Yes, it is in the middle of the parking lot, so you must walk through the lobby and out the front door to use it. Once inside, you forget its in the middle of the parking lot. While the pool is large, it is also very popular, and it was hard to find a seat around it at times. Lots of kids, but this is to be expected. This hotel does have a liberal policy for using it however, and we were able to enjoy two swims late at night without interruption. It was quiet and very relaxing. Don't make a scene and you probably won't be asked to leave the pool after hours. The beach: good waterfront, towels and water available.
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David Castello
a year ago
Most of the staff was excellent and work flexibly with me. The balcony was excellent addition to the room. I agree with another reviewer that the menu need some work and some healthy alternatives would suit this atmosphere. Probably my biggest con was the pool in the parking lot. It sort of through me off but when you get inside you soon forget about it because of all the landscaping cutting off your view of cars and sound. The place is exciting overall and I had a great time hanging out here with my significant other and her little brother.
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Ryan Fisk
2 months ago
At best, the Tideline is a boutique hotel lacking the boutique. At worst (and in reality), it's an embarrassment to the Kimpton brand. Pull into the Tideline and you're hit with a big FU right on arrival. Mandatory valet parking (in an uncovered lot) from teenage staffers for $25+ per night with no option to self park. We then walk inside expecting a bright lobby with ocean views and big beautiful windows to celebrate the coast and beautiful water. Nope. You head up a flight of stairs in a dark, mostly windowless lobby that's better suited for the meatpacking district of NYC. Your best shot at viewing the beach and crashing waves is by passing through the lobby restaurant, Brandon's. Their on site restaurant, Brandon's, has a lackluster menu that screams "chain hotel conformity" and does little to celebrate the beachfront locale and foods/ingredients indigenous to the area. No breakfast was included with our $330/night stay. Their pool faces the parking lot/road - not the ocean (are you kidding?!), and provides little tranquility or waterfront vibe. As with Brandon's, the poolside food/drink options here are also overpriced and devoid of character. We later attended an event at the Tideline and no one was on hand to greet us, direct us, or escort us to the appropriate room. We had to meander through the lobby, past the seated restaurant patrons, and up to a waiter to even ask where their "event space" is located. ...talk about killing the mood. Service throughout was so so, our server informed us that all steaks would be cooked to the same temperature (not to order, as any other place would do), and attendants were very slow to bus dishes and refill drinks. Some staff were dressed in uniform, some were just in regular "business casual" attire. Restrooms are on the first and third floor, but none on the floor with the actual event. Honestly speaking, this hotel isn't ready for primetime, and I'd argue that it doesn't even deserve its beachfront space in Palm Beach. Their saving grace is that they're next door to the Four Seasons. While it's nice to see their GM replying to reviews here, there are far too many flaws to the building/layout/premises and their abysmal level of service to fix with an online apology. My suggestion? Tear it down and just start over from scratch.
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Doug Anderson
5 months ago
I had breakfast there today with friends who had stayed 4 nights and hated the place. It's dark and seems dirty and service is 2nd rate. Breakfast food was fine, service and ambiance were nil. The valet service for my car was pleasant. They will never set foot in the place again. Me too.
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Kyra Knowles
a month ago
Lovely place. Great customer service. Staff is awesome
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Peter Bullock
5 months ago
Best hotel I have ever been to. P.S. you can use the "rise and shine" cards for anything on the menu

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