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Discover the upscale boutiques, galleries, and restaurants of Palm Beach while staying at one of Inspirato’s beachfront accommodations—each AAA Five Diamond Award recipients. Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa is an intimate ocean retreat situated on a private beach. Enjoy a leisurely bike ride around the scenic Palm Beach Island or take a dip at one of the oceanfront pools.
Just north is The Breakers Palm Beach, an Italian-style grand hotel known for its classic American glamour. Sitting on 140 acres on the Atlantic, the Breakers boasts its own private beach, two golf courses, four ocean-view pools, and a 20,000-square-foot spa.
First established by railroad titan Henry Morrison Flagler in the late 1800s, the Atlantic barrier reef that makes up Palm Beach is now a luxurious retreat. With 47 miles of coastline and oceanfront sand and a tropical climate year-round, the exclusive haven is separated from West Palm Beach by the scenic Intracoastal Highway and is home to the Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five Diamond Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa. Nine miles north, you can also stay at the The Breakers Palm Beach, also an AAA Five Diamond property. This world-famous, Italian Renaissance-style hotel expertly combines glamorous spirit with new-fashioned luxury for a world away from the ordinary.
Pause, play and perfect at this Forbes Five-Star wonderland. The 42,000 square foot Eau Spa is an adult playground complete with 19 custom treatment rooms, state-of-the-art fitness center, and movement studio with group classes.
Explore the century-old history of Worth Avenue, an iconic, Mediterranean-style boulevard designed by Addison Mizner and lined with world-renowned couture shops, bistros, and art galleries.rant.
Available on-site at Eau Palm Beach are Stir Bar & Terrace, Temple Orange Mediterranean Bistro, Angle, and more. At The Breakers, don’t miss Flagler Steakhouse, one of nine great options at the hotel.
Aptly named the "Village by the Sea," this quaint neighborhood features Atlantic Avenue, a traditional downtown main street with gourmet restaurants, exciting nightlife, and outdoor cafes.
Also known by the name Whitehall, this stunning mansion used to be home to railroad titan Henry Flagler and features 55 rooms. Build in 1902 and lovingly maintained, it’s a must-stop during your Palm Beach trip.
Wellington, Florida hosts the country’s premier polo club. Matches are open to the public. Book tickets for their Sunday brunch. The polo season runs 16 weeks per year from the first Sunday in January to April 20.
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Running alongside the coast of the Atlantic is the Intracoastal Waterway, a 3,000-mile inland waterway that is home to some of South Florida’s most breathtaking sights. Besides being a beautifully scenic drive, some of Florida's best boating and fishing destinations, not to mention majestic homes and golf courses, are directly off of the waterway.
The Breakers makes repeat appearances on Condé Nast’s Gold List, as well as Travel + Leisure’s World’s Best. With an award-winning spa, Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa is also decorated with awards, including the Forbes Five-Star Award. Both hotels enjoy prestigious AAA Five Diamond status.
The best players in the world come to the Palm Beaches for the PGA Tour’s Honda Classic. The area has more than 40 public courses and even boasts its own Historic Golf Trail, where you can play the courses that laid the scene more than a century ago.
High season in Palm Beach is December through April, with shops and restaurants bustling with activity and optimal weather. For those seeking a quieter escape, the off-season summer and fall months are warmer and more peaceful.
Palm Beach enjoys a subtropical climate characterized by ample sunshine and pleasant conditions throughout the year. Temperatures are warm year-round, though summers tend to be humid and winters see an occasional dip. Rainier months are roughly June through November. June through October marks the low season for visitors although these months are hotter than high season.