Palm Beach, Florida is the perfect destination for those seeking peace and relaxation in their own way. Palm Beach is one of the most popular destinations in the United States and the second largest tourist destination in Florida.
That fact is obvious, but Palm Beach itself feels like a world away from reality, and that's what separates it from the sweltering, all-Miami atmosphere. With three bridges that stretch across West Palm Beach, mainland Florida is connected to the island, which was founded as a service area for palm beaches. It is strange that this island only houses two marked graves; even more strange is the fact that they are located in a palm courtyard - a shady, covered courtyard in the heart of the city.
The pool is always - well - slightly Florida-shaped, and looking at the terrace from its southern end, you will notice something unusual. Banana leaves are papered over the walls and the pool tremors are so light they are "Florida-shaped." Reminiscences of the old Palm Beach style are included: the pineapple-walled bathroom, the striped awning kitchenette and even the dining room feel portable.
In this discreet enclave, dating back to the 1920s, visitors will find one of the most intimate courtyards on the island. There you can learn more about the 75-room house, which was once Flagler's winter quarters.
This Gilded Age property, built in 1902, was one of the railroad networks that helped develop South Florida.
A few years ago, the Ritz-Carlton south of Palm Beach was redesigned by PB member Jonathan Adler and renamed Eau Palm Beach. Designed in bright colours and designed for modern jet setters who want to enjoy a holiday for a kick and be treated like royalty, it is one of the most luxurious hotels in the world and the perfect destination for the modern jet setter. For a modern view of the palm-tree beaches, book a leisurely boat ride, soak up the sun by the water or dive into the sea. This island, which offers the best of both worlds: sun, sand and sunsets on a bright, sunny day, presents itself as a "modern take" on Palm Beach, but with all the amenities of a traditional resort.
The Honor Bar is also located at Royal Poinciana Plaza and is one of the most popular bars in Palm Beach and a great place to see a Broadway musical. It is difficult to get a reservation during the season, so if you have to arrive and wait for a table, you should check with them before you check in. There's nothing wrong with eating at the Palm Beach Grill, but reserve a nice dinner and follow the chatter, as it's high season. The breaker is the bar, which can be seen from the lobby, with its beautiful view of Palm Bay and the beach. If you're in high season, you can also go to the Beach Club, a popular place for lunch and dinner, or meet friends and watch Broadway or musicals.
In Palm Beach, you can relive Kennedy's golden days in the Camelot era, as Kennedy would have done, and you can do it by chartering a private yacht that is stored in many yachts in West Palm Beach. Prices, which start at $5,390, give cruise ships the opportunity to tour Palm Island, Palm Bay and the rest of Florida's Gulf Coast and tour them in the way Kennedy did. You can also buy day passes for as little as $80 for a day pass to Eau Claire, Florida, which houses the world's most famous yacht club and the Palm Coast Yacht Club.
Palm Beach offers some of the most sophisticated dining experiences, and if you have something to celebrate or want the dinner experience of a lifetime, Flagler Steakhouse is your best choice. You will spend a lot of money and indulge in probably the best steak of your life.
The alleys of Via Amore hide Via Mizner, which is steeped in the best restaurants and entertainment Palm Beach. The grounds of the Society of the Four Arts are among the most fascinating, but for something else, it's worth taking a look at the seating area in the Palmetto Garden, the largest of its kind in the world. Originally designed in 1938 to showcase a variety of tropical plants from the island, this original garden is maintained by the Society Garden Club ofPalm Beach. There are a lot of beautiful gardens in Palm Beach, but the grounds of Society Four arts are by far one of my favorite places and the only one in South Florida.
Originally built in 1896 by railway magnate Henry Flagler, the Breakers are the soul of the old world - Palm Beach. The Colony Hotel is a headquarters and the epitome of palm beach, located in the heart of South Florida, one of the oldest hotels in the world and the only one in all of South Florida.