Do Aromatherapy Diffusers Work?
How Does Aroma Diffuser Work?
Do Aromatherapy Diffusers Work?
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Last updated: 03:13 PM ET, Tue December 13 2016 As Florida As It Gets: Sheraton Bay Point Hotel & Resort Scott Laird December 13, 2016 Photo courtesy of Sheraton Bay Point. All other photos by Scott Laird. Ask me to picture a Florida vacation resort, and the brand new Sheraton Bay Point in Panama City Beach is exactly what I picture: nestled into a lagoon surrounded by palms and pines, where pelicans and Blue Herons congregate to fish and soar over the boardwalks, almost as if on cue to perfect the marshland ambiance of the place. Sandals Resorts Chefs Win Big at 'Taste of the... Hotel & Resort Originally constructed in the 1980s and opening to immediate popularity under the Marriott flag, the hotel saw different owners and periods of relative neglect over the next three decades when it closed for a top-to-bottom renovation and reflag as a Sheraton property. It went through a reopen in November 2016, giving the staff time to fully settle into the facility during the area’s shoulder season (the Gulf coast is cool but not uncomfortable during the winter months). I visited in December and found virtually no dating evidence of the property’s age: aside from some barely noticeably architectural throwbacks, this almost looks and feels like a new build, with plenty of Sheraton’s newest design elements such as the wonderfully modern new bathroom fixtures and contemporary furnishings and color palettes. The hotel’s location is unique in Panama City Beach – a typical coastal strip of hotels and high-rise condos. With the lagoon on one side (across from a state park which promises no development will mar the view of the forest across the water) and a Jack Nickaus-designed golf course on the other, the hotel is fully enveloped in tranquil resort scenery. Although away from the beach, the hotel boasts three distinct beach experiences: a private beach accessible by boardwalk on an isthmus across the lagoon, a shuttle to Gulf beaches, or a water launch on the hotel’s private boat (included in the hotel’s daily resort fee) to the undeveloped Shell Island. Those wishing to relax closer to the resort can dine in several restaurants: Tides, in the main building, Flip-Flops, poolside (which serves a killer lobster roll), Pelican’s Bar & Grill on the boardwalk, or Hammocks Beach Bar on the private beach (the latter two are open during the season). Speaking of restaurants, there’s a new chef on staff that cut his culinary teeth in New Orleans and is no stranger to Gulf cuisine. Luscious bacon-stuffed hush puppies, fresh Gulf seafood both raw and cooked, and a rather tremendous steak frites with an earthy, smoky red chimichurri await diners at Tides. Oh, and good “hotel” sausage links at breakfast, and garlicky breakfast potatoes—the list goes on. There’s another golf course to occupy time in addition to the Nicklaus Design course (which is the only Nicklaus Design Course in Northwest Florida, whose challenging Hole #5 is oft-photographed) and an impressive resort tennis facility. Golfers young and old alike can enjoy GolfBoard course transportation if traditional golf carts don’t suit their fancy, either. The travel agent in me also walked around the property and thought, “This is a great place for incentive travel—an event planner’s dream.” There’s a convention center with an impressive number of recently remodeled function spaces, including two large ballrooms and indoor and outdoor breakout spaces, but the hotel itself also has plenty of outdoor patios, pool decks, and pavilions for weddings and functions of all stripes, from ceiling-fanned, shaded areas for summer weddings to fire-pits and Adirondack chairs for cold-weather revelers. There’s also a great spa in the next building with separate men’s and women’s wet areas with aromatherapy showers (the shower heads conceal aromatherapy diffusers that fill the stall when the water is turned on) full facilities and some pretty capable staff, as my now jelly-like limbs can certainly attest (it’s a hard job, but somebody’s gotta do it).