Manalapan is a quaint seaside city located in the esteemed area of waterfront Palm Beach County. Manalapan is known for its perfect location, opulent residences, and fashionable zip code.
1. Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa
The most popular hotel in Manalapan, Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa offers a luxurious setting with remnants of an opulent Palm Beach Estate. It sits on seven acres of sparkling waterfront, affording its frequenters stunning views and fresh ocean breezes, as well as private cabanas and champagne to highlight any occasion. Eau Palm Beach Resort offers a variety of rooms, including Suites, Club Level (including a personal concierge, four meals and unlimited beer and wine, and more), and Lanai Suites, which are ground level rooms with ocean views, a private patio, and more.
2. Eau Palm Beach Spa
Located inside the prestigious Eau Palm Beach Resort, the award-winning Spa spans 42,000 square feet and offers world-class service with a plethora of beauty treatments and charm. It was named Conde’ Nast’s Top 25 Spas in the World in 2014, as well as Best Beach Spa by SpaFinder Reader’s Choice and Best Spa For Girlfriend Getaway & Bachelorettes in 2013. Features include Wishing Well, The Self-Centered Garden, Scrub & Polish Bar, Bath Lounge, Saunas, Steams, Jacuzzis, and more.
3. John G’s Restaurant
John G’s restaurant originally opened at the Lake Worth Beach in 1973, attracting customers from all around Florida. In 2011, the location moved to Manalapan and has been serving satisfied patrons ever since. One of the most popular features of John G’s is its tantalizing breakfast items, including The Original French Toast with a variety of scrumptious toppings, eggs, pancakes, steak, corned beef, and omelets. World-renowned favorite lunch items include the Fish & Chips and specialty burgers.
4. Turner Moore Memorial Library
Built in 1970, Turner Moore Memorial Library houses a multitude of books, audio, DVDs, CDs, and more for resident and non-resident members. For the children, there is a well-stocked children’s section, as well as computers throughout to provide internet connections for those lacking. Membership includes an invitation to an annual open house and Lecture Series, as well as a monthly newsletter. For avid readers, a Book Club is offered, as well as countless e-books for those using Kindle devices.
5. Old Key Lime House
One of the great things about Manalapan is its close proximity to Lantana, which features the ever-popular Old Key Lime House, Florida’s oldest waterfront restaurant, family-owned and operated. Situated along the shimmering waters of the Intracoastal Waterway, Old Key Lime House was voted as the best casual party destination in the area, featuring delicious cocktails and a laid-back atmosphere, as well as a Kids Play Zone area to keep the little ones busy. Enjoy the sunsets from the outdoor Tiki Bar.