*BEFORE YOU START READING, I got an email from The Chesterfield with a GREAT DEAL that lasts now through September 30th, but you need to book by July 16th. Stay for only $139/night which includes English breakfast, a $50 dining credit, PLUS complimentary valet parking. To take advantage of this deal use code SUMMER19 on their website!*

Hi y’all!

I am back with another hotel review! During The Pink Retreat we stayed at The Chesterfield for the first time (given it was only one night, but still lol). Today I am going to share my thoughts with all of you! If you didn’t read my post from last week covering The Colony, go do that now! You can also see video tours of rooms from both hotels on my YouTube Channel as well as on my Instagram story highlights.  Without any further delay, let’s get into it!

The Chesterfield is housed in a building built in 1926, originally having the name The Lido-Venice. Over the decades the building was refurbished and renamed multiple times, but finally settled on The Chesterfield in 1989. The Chesterfield is a member of the Red Carnation Hotel Collection and Small Luxury Hotels of the World. Much like The Colony, The Chesterfield is true to the Palm Beach aesthetic, complete with a pink exterior and palm leaf hallways. You can appreciate the history of the hotel when they hand you your room KEY. Yes, key. Not card. A literal key. Such a fun, vintage touch!

At The Chesterfield we stayed in a single queen room. As I mentioned last week, since Palm Beach is an older town and buildings were built decades ago be prepared for rooms to be not as spacious as the ones we are used to now. But the room was still great – especially for the price.

The bathroom was renovated and super nice. Tons of mirrors and a shower/bath combo was icing on the cake. I will admit, the room here was smaller than the one at The Colony, but it still had tons of closet space on both sides of the bed, hidden behind mirrors. And I was appreciative of the vanity/desk in the room. It was perfect for doing my makeup.

Unfortunately we didn’t get to take advantage of the pool at The Chesterfield, but it was a great amenity! They even had a table set up poolside with ice water, lemonade, and fresh fruit for the taking.

I also got to check out The Leopard Lounge, their restaurant, on two separate occasions. Once for tea, which is typically held in the library from my understanding, and once for dinner. Both were absolutely AMAZING. The tea was the best tea time I’ve ever had; the sandwiches, the desserts, the tea itself – all amazing. It was literally better than tea at The Grand Floridian at Walt Disney World. For dinner I tried their chicken meatballs as well as their crème brûlée. Both were delicious and I highly recommend going there for any meal!

Well there you have it! My FINAL POST about The Pink Retreat 2019! Is it 2020 yet? Be sure to check out my other posts regarding The Pink Retreat by searching for “The Pink Retreat” above in the search bar.

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