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The Best Hotels in Palm Beach

The Best Hotels in Palm Beach

Check out the most luxurious hotels and resorts Palm Beach has to offer

The Breakers

The Breakers

The Breakers
1 South Country Road
thebreakers.com
This historic beachfront resort, which opened in 1896, is set on 140 acres and features shingle-style Italian Renaissance architecture. With prime beachfront, a golf course, spa and multiple dining options, 10 tennis courts and 11 on-site boutiques, the property offers something for every traveler.

The Omphoy Ocean Resort & Spa
2842 South Ocean Boulevard
omphoy.com
The Omphoy is the first oceanfront resort to be built in Palm Beach in 18 years. Its chic, Balinese-inspired guest rooms are the perfect place to hunker down after a day spent playing golf or swimming in the ocean.

The Colony Hotel
155 Hammon Avenue
thecolonypalmbeach.com
With 90 rooms, this boutique hotel features Palm Beachy colors like pink and mint green in its décor and is an island mainstay. Over the years, it has played host to Judy Garland, Liza Minelli, Liberace and many American presidents.

Brazilian Court
301 Austrailian Avenue
thebraziliancourt.com
With a Frederic Fekkai hair salon, Daniel Boulud’s signature Café Boulud restaurant and an ideal in-town location, Brazilian Court doesn’t lack for much. The landmark hotel features 80 rooms and suites in a lushly landscaped setting just a short walk to the beach.

Four Seasons Resort

Four Seasons Resort

Four Seasons Resort
2800 South Ocean Bouelvard
fourseasons.com
This exclusive oceanfront setting with award-winning dining and unparalleled service is a favorite for families on holiday or a romantic getaway with a loved one. Its location is hard-to-beat and after a recent room overhaul, the property looks sleeker than ever.

Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa
100 South Ocean Boulevard, Manalapan
eaupalmbeach.com
The Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa is partnering with designer Jonathan Adler to re-envision its 309 guest rooms for the winter of 2014. The newly spruced-up rooms will feature natural tones like blue and green, with pops of yellow.

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