Watercolor Lounge at Clearwater Beach Marriott Suites on Sand Key Hotel in Clearwater, Florida

My friend and I stayed at the Clearwater Beach Marriott Suites on Sand Key in Clearwater, Florida. After our dinner at St. Petersburg, we came back to the hotel and decided to have dessert. The lobby of the hotel has the Watercolor Lounge which faces the Clearwater Bay. The view was beautiful in the day light when the sun hits the water just right. At night, you see flickers of light from the boats on the bay. We sat in the lobby and ordered two desserts.

Mini – Indulgences Crème Brûlée with fresh strawberries, whip cream. Aren’t they cute? The presentation was adorable. The taste was okay. Not creamy enough and too much whipped cream. The fruit on top did not give it enough distinction between each spoonful.

Krispy Kreme® Bread Pudding with vanilla bean ice cream. This was awesome. Didn’t think I would like a donut bread pudding dessert since I rarely eat donuts and am generally not a bread pudding fan. The chocolate they laced on top of the bread pudding was heavenly. The fried and sweet blended well. The ice cream provided a nice cooling sensation from the pudding.

It was a very happy ending to the night and to my first day in Clearwater. It is always nice to end the night with sweets and great conversations.  Good night, everyone.

This experience took place at

Watercolor Lounge
Clearwater Beach Marriott Suites on Sand Key
1201 Gulf Boulevard
Clearwater Beach Florida 33767

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I am a New Yorker who flies home to Taiwan in the Summer. I absolutely believe food is one of the most pleasurable things in life. Hence, my chronicle of anticipated glorious food experiences.

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