Also considering dubbing this distinction ‘Best for Grazing’.
Lots of top resorts offer all sorts of custom services, but even there the meals are most often confined to specific serving times. When we are plotting our holiday days, we do often pivot around meal times. Getting up early enough for breakfast before an excursion, fitting in a bite for lunch, leaving the bar before the buffet closes.
If such dining schedule constraints weigh on you, then Palm Beach is the resort to consider. They have the longest standard serving times of any resort I have come across.
- Breakfast 8:00 – 1:00 (!)
- Lunch 1:00 – 2:30
- Tea 4:30 – 7:00 (crepes, cookies, cakes)
- Appetizers 7:45 – 8:40 (Italian antipasti, sushi – see photo above at sushi station)
- Dinner 8:30 – 10:00
Only 2 hours and 45 minutes when food not available during the day. Inclusive that is. You can always order a la carte from a number of places throughout the day. The generosity of serving times reminded me of cruise boats who have mastered this approach for year offering food pretty much non-stop throughout the day.
Fancy a bite? No problem.
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