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Long considered one of the finest hotels in South Florida is the Boca Raton Resort and Club, a Waldorf Astoria Resort. With its lavish appointments, indulgent stays, and beachfront location this resort is one of the top resorts in Palm Beach County. The resort is so special in that it offers a variety of lodging options in addition to a traditional hotel room.

The Tower is the tallest building in Boca Raton with the best views of Boca Raton. Enjoy nights in the elegant rooms or suites the Tower has to offer while overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Here at the Tower are all the comforts of the Waldorf Astoria with all the attractions of Boca Raton. 

The Yacht Club is where guests can immerse themselves in the enchanting sophistication that is south

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The iconic Breakers Resort on the beach in Palm Beach Island is a standard destination for all that visit Palm Beach County.  The luxury resort is situated on 140 plus acres of privately owned beach property in the middle of the posh island. The hotel was founded on the Atlantic Ocean in 1896. As industry and business leaders during the turn of the century started to flock to Palm Beach for holidays, the demand for lavish luxury became apparent. The opulent hotel was founded by one of America’s leading industrialists, Henry M. Flagler and he was known to have contributed to the founding of Palm Beach Island that eventually turned the island into a resort destination. The Royal Poinciana was Flagler’s first hotel on the island. It was a tiny hotel,

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Palm Beach is more than home to multimillion dollar mansions and socialites but also home to upscale shopping, art galleries, museums, historic hotels, and award-winning restaurants. Palm Beach’s tropical climate attracts people year round, making it an ideal destination for both permanent and seasonal residents. Homes vary from beach-side condos to multimillion dollar custom estate homes. Lush palm trees line the streets which are filled with tremendous history and plenty of things to do. 

Make sure to check out everything the idyllic town has to offer.

Things to Do:

Shop and Dine on Worth Avenue. The infamous Worth Avenue is known to be one of the most iconic streets on the island. The street features high-end shopping and award-winning

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There is a new old Florida restaurant in Palm Beach County. The eatery is in the Ben Autograph Collection Hotel in West Palm Beach, offering premier views of the Palm Harbor Marina and Intracoastal Waterway. The hotel feeds into the spirit of West Palm Beach’s great locales. The hotel’s new executive chef, Jesse Pita has created a divine new menu for the eatery, the Proper Grit.

Proper Grit honors the high-spirited, casual-yet-refined experience of an early nineteenth-century public house, with the inventive food and beverages of a modern-day gastro pub. The restaurant is in the lobby-floor dining room styled after Old Florida’s regal beginnings mixed with the warm, casual comforts of home, Proper Grit offers breakfast, lunch, dinner, weekend

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The iconic Breakers Hotel on Palm Beach is now open for hotel guests. The historic hotel opened its door to guests on Friday, May 22nd after a 10-week temporary closure amidst the coronavirus pandemic. Since being closed the staff of the hotel has examined and reviewed every area and hotel space to enhanced safeguards.

The hotel outlined in a 16-page document their enhanced safety and cleaning procedures to the Health and Safety Precautions in Response to Covid-19 before reopening. The hotel’s cleaning and safety procedures meet and exceed all government guidelines and industry recommendations.

 Every housekeeper will be provided gloves, shoe coverings and facial masks, and every room will be properly disinfected. The staff will continue to monitor

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Located on the beach on Palm Beach Island is the iconic Breakers Hotel that is an island staple and popular destination for all that visit Palm Beach.  The resort is located on 140 plus acres of privately owned beach property in the middle of everything. 

The Breakers Hotel was founded on the sand in 1896 at the turn of the century as industry and business leaders began coming to Palm Beach for their vacations. The luxurious hotel was founded by Henry M. Flagler, one of America’s leading industrialist and known to have contributed to the founding of Palm Beach Island that eventually turned the island into America’s First Resort Destination. 

The Breakers Hotel was Flagler’s second debut on the island.  The Royal Poinciana was Flagler’s first

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Jupiter, Florida is a town full of beautiful beaches, great shopping and restaurants, waterways for boating and kayaking, highly rated schools, luxurious amenities, plenty of activities and an easy-going lifestyle. The town is located in northern Palm Beach County and has been ranked #12 “Best Beach Town in America” in 2018 and #9 “Happiest Seaside Town in America” in 2012.

Whether you just in town for a few days or have guests visiting, here are some of Jupiter’s greatest hotels.

Jupiter Beach Resort:
Located right on the ocean, the award-winning hotel offers 169 rooms and suites, oceanfront dining, a modern fitness center, heated pools, business center, beach services, poolside bar and an award-winning Spa to name a few. The hotel offers hotel deals and

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Throughout the summer, several Palm Beach County hotels are offering special deals and discounts to expend your stay. You can book any where from two to seven nights and get one night free at select hotels and resorts.

PGA National Resort and Spa in Palm Beach Gardens is offering a third night free when booked two or more nights at the home to the Honda Classic Golf Tournament. The hotel is home to a great spa, sports and racquet club, a large zero-entry pool, and is home to five championship golf courses.

The Breakers, the iconic Palm Beach Hotel sits on a half mile of private beach and offers 36 holes of championship golf, state of the art spa, shopping, water sports, great dining at one of several restaurants located onsite and much more. The

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Anyone that was looking to purchase Eau Palm Beach can go ahead and put their checkbooks away because the beachfront resort and spa is no longer for sale.

In February, the resort hotel on Manalapan was put on the market. Recently though, the owners of the resort, London-based Lewis Trust Group had a change of heart and decided to pull the property off the market.

“After an extensive search, none of the parties that submitted bids ... met the terms of the owners of the hotel,” Eau spokesman Nick Gold told the Palm Beach Post on Wednesday. “So it’s no longer for sale. The Lewis family will continue to own and manage the hotel.”

Not only did the hotel owners decide to pull the property off the market, but they also announced that they will be

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