The Travel Channel, has long been one of the most respected travel and leisure magazines and its lists of “Best Of” Destinations are guides to the best places in the world.
The Travel Channel released a list of the “Best Florida Resorts” to visit and they are definitely worth traveling to. These lists have been long admired for their killer recommendations for fine hotels and getaways. You can rely on the Travel Channel for the best advice when it comes to your traveling needs. Travel Channel’s team of experts research and report on the best spots in the world to travel to based on categories like: romance, exotic opulence, best all inclusive resorts and even most bizarre.
Vacationers from all over the world travel to sunny south Florida for its year round warm weather, blue waters, soft sandy beaches, ultra extravagant resorts, golf clubs and nightlife. Now the Travel Channel has organized a list of their top resort choices in the Sunshine State:
THE BREAKERS- Palm Beach
One of the crown jewels of Palm Beach is the Breakers Resort. The 5-star, 560-room, Italian renaissance style hotel rests on 140 acres of prime, oceanfront land. The massive resort went under a $120 million renovation in recent years bringing even more of a lavish stay to its guests. Some of the amenities of the Breakers Hotel include two 18 hole golf courses, a private beach club, stunning pools and cabanas, a 20,000 square foot spa, 10 tennis courts as well as 5 star dining and cocktails. If you’re looking to be in the lap of luxury, look no further than the Breakers. Palm Beach is known for its lavish resorts, over-the-top homes real estate and for Worth Avenue, probably the most famous shopping district behind Rodeo Drive.
LITTLE PALM ISLAND- Little Palm Island
Little Palm Island is one place that will change your life forever. The tiny, stunning islands are only accessible by private boat or plane offering the upmost in extravagance and exotic luxury. With only 28 bungalows, Little Palm Island offers its guests the upmost in privacy and seclusion without skimping on luxury. The Polynesian inspired resort does not place a lot of weight on television or phones so you wont find any in your oceanfront bungalow but you will find tranquility and relaxation. The suites offer beautiful whirlpool tubs, bamboo fenced showers, and breathtaking views. Little Palm Island guarantees its guests sublime snorkeling and excursions as well as lux dining and spa treatments.
Insanely gorgeous and romantic, the hip and chic Delano is a Miami Beach must see. As you walk through its doors under billowy, white curtains and into paradise you will know you have made it to paradise. Found on Collins Avenue in Miami Beach, the Delano has long been one of the most popular travel destinations for Floridians and world travelers alike. Designed by the creator of Studio 54, Ian Schrager, the Delano has a true “Miami Beach” feel and amenities to match. The pool area is nothing less than fabulous with mojitos, delicious poolside snacks and other cocktails as well as a private beach access. Here the people are as beautiful as the scenery and the nightlife is hotter than the summer days.
DISNEY’S GRAND FLORIDIAN RESORT &
SPA AND DISNEY’S ANIMAL KINGDOM - Orlando
One of the most familiar icons of Florida, Disney World in Orlando, Florida, is known for its mice and magic kingdoms but did you know it is also celebrated for its resorts? Well, two of the Disney resorts topped the Travel Channel list of “Best Florida Resorts” one being the Grand Floridian and the other being Animal Kingdom. The Grand Floridian is a Victorian inspired hotel resting on 40 acres of manicured, Disney grounds. The second best resort is the Animal Kingdom Lodge, where guests feel like they are on African Safari. You will see 3 different savannahs spanning 33 acres with over 100 different species of exotic animals from giraffes to ostriches. All of the Disney resorts are different and unique, each with their own amenities and features. All of them offer quick and easy access to Disney theme parks and all of the other attractions of Disney’s parks.