You’ll find the elegant Waterstone Resort & Marina overlooking the peaceful waters of Lake Boca in Boca Raton, Florida. This property is part of the Curio Collection by Hilton which means you’re staying in a unique hotel with its own character that reflects the best of its surroundings. The Waterstone Resort is no exception!
Style and convenience are perfectly combined here with custom-made furnishings from exclusive local artwork, as well as modern amenities inside each room. Each guest who stays here will be treated to a private water-facing balcony with beautiful views of the water. If you’re staying for a leisurely retreat, you will be happy to discover the swimming pool and gym which overlook the water as well.
The Mizner Park Center is nearby if you’re looking to do some shopping, or take a very short walk to the beach where you can enjoy a number of water sportport activities that you can arrange through Waterstone Resort.
However, you don’t have to stray very far to enjoy some evening entertainment! Onsite, the Waterstone Rum Bar & Grill and Boca Landing is offering fantastic musical entertainment every weekend during the spring and summer seasons. On Friday evenings, they host Jazz vocalists from 7-10 PM at Boca Landing. Every Saturday evening, you can enjoy a great line-up of acoustic vocalists from 6-10 PM at Waterstone Rum Bar & Grill. And on Sunday afternoons, they have an awesome local Calypso Steel Drummer who plays at the Rum Bar from 1-5 PM.
Last month, I was very lucky to get a sneak preview of this fantastic entertainment while enjoying their delicious cuisine. Chef Matthew Mixon unveiled new menus at both of the properties restaurants, and a new ‘Elixirs’ cocktail menu. We enjoyed happy hour drinks by the water and then moved inside for a tapas-style dinner that gave us a great overview of Waterstone Rum Bar & Grill’s new menu. I sampled their mouthwatering Mango Mustard Glazed Salmon with cilantro infused rice and papaya salsa. I’d also highly recommend their Roasted Chicken Arepa and Butcher’s Steak Sandwich. We also got to try Arepas which are a traditional Mexican style street food in the form of sweet corn cakes with savory toppings. This was something I had never tried before and really enjoyed.
We made sure to leave a little room and try their Chocolate Layer Cake topped with a walnut cookie and vanilla ice cream. It was delicious!
Whether you’re sleeping, dining, or enjoying some live music at the Waterstone Resort & Marina, you’ll be sure to walk away feeling relaxed, pampered, and already planning your next return!
Disclosure: We were invited to try out the new Waterstone Rum Bar & Grill menu items. However, all opinions are my own.