Hotels in Palm Beach
1926 hotel, renovated in 2008 to the tune of $45 million, with updated Colonial-style interiors (each room has an ultra-jet bathtub) and a Daniel Boulud restaurant.
Formerly the Ritz-Carlton Palm Beach.
Registered with the Palm Beach Preservation Foundation as a historic landmark, the Chesterfield’s iconic white building has been used as a hotel since 1926.
Low-rise beachfront property with an old-world feel (sandstone flooring; marble staircase), plus a new 10,000-square-foot spa and completely renovated rooms, just 15 minutes from downtown.
True to its name, Palm Beach, Florida’s PGA National Resort & Spa is best known as the home of the Professional Golfers Association of America and the Championship course (one of five on-site courses). For some guests, however, the primary draw of PGA National isn’t on the links.
Unsurpassed in terms of luxury when oil tycoon Henry Flagler built it in 1896, the Breakers outdid itself in a 1926 renovation modeled after various Italian renaissance palaces and gardens.