The quintessential spot to stay in Palm Beach. This hotel was built 1925 and remains the jewel of the city. It is luxurious, grand, glamorous, and most importantly, right on the beach. There are multiple restaurants and bars to enjoy at the property that make it hard to leave!
The beautiful resort has a laid-back, family-friendly feel with a private beach and pool. As all of the Four Seasons hotels, it is absolutely lovely with a focus on customer satisfaction. The resort offers plenty of activities for children and a relaxing spa for adults.
Well known for being the pink hotel in Palm Beach, this boutique hotel is picture perfect! With colorful and stylish interiors, a stunning pool, and various dining experiences. The Colony has a smaller, more intimate feel and is located steps away from Worth Avenue.
One of the best meals we have ever had! Make sure to make a reservation ahead of time, as it is always a packed house. The menu does change, but if these dishes are on the menu during your visit, make sure to enjoy the Tuna Crisps, Warm Brussels Sprouts Caesar, Squash Blossom Relleno, and Sweet Corn Agnolotti (wow!!). Honestly, you can’t go wrong!
An incredible dining experience by the well-known French chef, Daniel Boulud. The hamachi crudo is delicious and must try!
A delicious outdoor spot located off of Worth Avenue. I recommend grabbing a glass of rose and enjoying the gorgeous architecture in view and ordering the Burrata or Al Fresco pizza.
This will be the most decadent, elaborate breakfast buffet you have ever seen and it is not to be missed! It is one of the beautiful dining experiences offered at The Breaker’s. If you are so fortunate to be in town on a Sunday, make sure to make a reservation and dress up for a brunch to remember!
If you are looking for an afternoon snack, this cute gelato store off of With Avenue is a great idea. Grab your gelato of choice, I’d recommend the hazelnut flavor, and enjoy outside on a bench located in the courtyard nearby.
Walking down Worth Avenue is a must when visiting Palm Beach. I love the quote, “If you haven’t been to Worth Avenue, you haven’t been to Palm Beach”. Worth Avenue is a beautiful and elegant shopping experience with one-of-a-kind boutiques as well as stores such as Neiman Marcus, Chanel, and Ralph Lauren.
Stop by the museum to learn more about the history of Henry Flagler as well as the development of Palm Beach and America’s Gilded Age. After the tour, enjoy a lovely afternoon tea service at Cafe des Beaux-Arts.
Another beautiful shopping and dining experience. The courtyards in the middle are lush and lined with palm trees; a perfect spot to sit outside and relax. A few of the stores that you must visit are Assouline, Collective, Saint Laurent and Kirna Zabête. Hungry after all of that shopping? Honor Bar is a great choice with delicious cocktails and shareable snacks. There is also a nail salon, bike shop, Vespa shop, and pilates bar.
Antiquing on Antique Row
This was one of our favorite outings! We popped into stores such as The Elephant’s Foot, D & G Antiques, Blue Moon Antiques, and Mecox (not antiques but great pieces and a beautiful floral emporium). There are so many little and big treasures so find! Make sure to give yourself extra time to shop!
Palm Beach is a great place to rent bikes and ride around town! If you are looking for a paved path, the Lake Trail is ideal and offers views of beautiful homes and a safe route for avoiding city traffic. You can also ride up and down Ocean Boulevard and Worth Avenue for more scenic opportunities.
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Looks amazing! Could you please tell me where on Worth Ave is this pink building with blue door (your last pic)? I can’t find it anywhere 🙁
Yes, of course! It is actually located one street over from Worth Ave (parallel). I hope this helps!! xo