When you stay at Delray Beach Marriott in Delray Beach, you'll be on the beach and convenient to Delray Beach Tennis Center. This beach resort is within the vicinity of Schoolhouse Children's Museum and Learning Center and Boynton Beach Mall.
Make yourself at home in one of the 269 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and desks, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Take time to pamper yourself with a visit to the full-service spa. You can take advantage of recreational amenities such as a spa tub and a fitness facility. This resort also features a concierge desk, gift shops/newsstands, and wedding services.
Enjoy a meal at a restaurant, or stay in and take advantage of the resort's room service (during limited hours). Relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge or a poolside bar.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, limo/town car service, and audiovisual equipment. Planning an event in Delray Beach? This resort has 14,000 square feet (1301 square meters) of space consisting of conference/meeting rooms, small meeting rooms, and a ballroom. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge, and parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Voted Best Chiropractor by Delray Forum readers in 2010, Dr. Melissa Maher leads a team of expert therapists who specialize in cosmetic and therapeutic nonsurgical acupuncture treatments. During acupuncture treatments, patrons sip on a detoxifying tea of their choice, as needle wielders conduct a thorough consultation that includes an analysis of individual physical conditions and the contents of dream journals. Acupuncturists then cloak corporeal pressure points in strategically placed delicate, disposable needles that can help to repel maladies, including migraines, fatigue, and stress. Follow-up treatments reinforce previous healthful strides forward and enable continued healing.
Treatment add-ons bolster relaxation, with options such as a hot-stone foot massage that uses heated basalt stones to stimulate circulation, nurture damaged muscles, and defrost TV dinners. An infrared detox treatment employs waves of visible-spectrum-evading light to evict pernicious agents such as mercury, nicotine, and alcohol from their cellular burrows via a reduction of ionic bonds. Patrons emerge from their treatments feeling as animated and refreshed as a cartoon awakening from a catnap. In addition to acupuncture, Maher and her team perform additional services, including massages, myofascial-release treatments, physical therapy, and health workshops.
Keith Fox's love for yoga is inspiringly contagious. Calling upon more than 500 hours spent earning his Experienced Professional Level Yoga Alliance Teacher title, he has amassed a student following at multiple studio locations. Press sources such as Atlantic Ave magazine and the Sun Sentinel have highlighted his dedication to the practice after observing his popular live-music classes at the Colony Hotel. His wife, Kelly, also teaches yoga, and his teenage daughter, Ally—a yoga devotee since age 3—leads seminars for children. Keith's reach even extends to the shores of Costa Rica. He travels there to lead intensive yoga workshops for underprivileged populations, who can receive the art's calming effects through his and Kelly's nonprofit, the MahaShakti Foundation.
At YogaFox, Keith's classes focus on his own brand of empowerment yoga, which syncs Vinyasa-style poses and breathing patterns to access self-awareness. He hopes that his pupils can carry the inner balance that they achieve over to everyday living, channeling yoga's mental centering techniques to get through stressful days assembling penny-farthing bells at the farthing factory.
By day, the restaurant occupying 145 NE 4th Avenue goes by the name Crepes by the Sea, a French creperie with fresh-roasted coffee. But at night, it transforms into SWIG Wine Bar, a wine and craft beer lounge serving a melange of French and Italian dishes. Meals might begin with appetizers of sushi-grade tuna tartar with avocado and sun-dried tomato, or a salad decorated with gourmet ingredients such as pears, walnuts, and sweet gorgonzola. Entrees include classic pasta dishes, such as four-cheese gnocchi, as well as specialty creations. Cuts of mustard-crusted salmon plunge into a beurre blanc sauce, and truffle mashed potatoes pair nicely with grilled rib eye steak. On Wednesdays, guests can follow an in-depth exploration of both the food and wine menus with regional pairings, and on Thursdays, live music sets the scene more pleasantly than someone loudly narrating each diner's movements.
Though Executive Chef Christina Scifo sticks to ingredients supplied by local and organic farmers, her dishes at Tryst span the globe. Here, truffle aioli accompanies chicken schnitzel, smoked sea salt flavors fish and chips, and snow peas, carrots, peanuts, and chile sauce unite to create vegan pad thai. The bar's massive selection of microbrews likewise hails from around the world, including trappist ales brewed by actual monks??not just brewmasters still wearing their Friar Tuck Halloween costumes. An equally gargantuan wine list sticks to varietals from North America and Europe, as do the more than 30 wines available by the glass. Feasts unfold amid a homey atmosphere of exposed brick, sparkling chandeliers, and a cozy fireplace. Live musicians croon from Tryst's stage every Wednesday, while a roomy outdoor patio welcomes patrons in warm months.
It's hard to imagine that there's a libation out there that Crown doesn't carry. With a selection that spans vineyards, distilleries, and breweries from around the world, the bottles lining each location come from both small, artisan makers and those universally famed for their grapes or techniques. Home mixologists can cull inspiration for cocktails from a selection of top-shelf-brand mixers or pair their tipple of choice with gourmet snacks, from bush-pepper macadamia nuts to dirty martini party dip. But tastings may be the most distinctive thing about Crown Wine & Spirits. Whether customers stop in to try each location's daily offerings of wine or spirits—or for special tastings that cover dozens of wines, bourbons or beers—Crown's staff makes it easy to find a new favorite or to make up to your tongue for forgetting so many of its birthdays.