Mother’s Day is quickly approaching and now is the time to book an unforgettable day with the strong, lovable women in your life. Eau Palm Beach Resort and Spa has special offerings to bring smiles to the whole family while celebrating Mom.
Start the day with a nice breakfast at the resort. The Temple Orange Jazzy & Boozy Brunch will have the whole family tapping their feet to performances by local jazz musician Arturo Romay. Bottomless signature dishes are served on small plates in shareable portions. Guests can sample as many items from the menu as they would like. For a boozy splash, attendees 21 and older can add the Ketel One Botanical Bloody Mary bar. Moms will also receive a gift bag of various luxury skin products to keep the spa feeling even after the day is done.
For an a la carte experience, reserve a table at Breeze Ocean Kitchen. Moms can sip on their complimentary glass of Mumms Champagne while enjoying the view of the Atlantic Ocean.
After the family is full, head to the spa for some Mother’s Day treatments. Pamper mom with a Majestic Facial. Starting May 1, this treatment will be on the menu to enjoy whenever. The Majestic Facial includes products from Valmont’s Elixir Des Glaciers. As an added bonus, moms also receive a complimentary Alpha Bets Peel with any 90-minute signature facial on May 9. Stop by the spa May 8–9, 11 a.m.–4 p.m., to receive a customized bottle painting with your purchase of the new Fizzy Mint Fragrance by Valmont.
“We are thrilled to welcome all Moms and Grandmothers at Eau Palm Beach this year. After spending last Mother’s Day in quarantine, we wanted to make sure we curated an experience where the women who manage to do it all feel pampered, spoiled, and celebrated everywhere they turn at the resort.”
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