Upon arrival at Miami International Airport or Fort Lauderdale International Airport, you’ll be driven up the scenic Floridian coast to The Palm Beaches, just under 2 hours away, where The Breakers, a historic Palm Beach hotel recognized for its unapologetic luxury, seaside glamour and world-class service awaits.
Once fully ensconced in the Flagler Club, the ultra-exclusive boutique hotel located within this sumptuous property, you can spend the rest of your day exploring the hotel’s various facilities – including a fully-equipped spa and four expansive swimming pools – before dressing up to enjoy any of the opulent on-site restaurants, such as HMF.
Your second day will begin with a short journey into West Palm Beach. While there, visit the Norton Museum of Art, which houses the largest art collection in Florida – both contemporary and classic – and will be an inspiration for the rest of your stay. Then, spend your afternoon at the Four Arts Botanical Garden, for a thoroughly secluded and romantic experience.Read more
Shop ’till you drop
After a short return to the hotel, but enough time for an indulgent treatment, your car will await to take you to lunch at James Beard award-nominated Chef Clay Conley’s exquisite Grato Restaurant. Here, you’ll try his innovative take on Italian cuisine paired with splendid wines.
A trip to The Palm Beaches is simply incomplete without taking full advantage of all the storeping that abounds. Visit the stylish boutiques of The Gardens Mall, which offer fashionable brands all under one roof. For your day of retail therapy we also recommend you take a stroll down Worth Avenue that retains its 1930s glamour. The charming Avenue has everything from home décor and antiques to Graff diamonds and Jimmy Choo.
Waste no time in dressing up in all of your new purchases, as we take you to Daniel Boulud’s Café Boulud at The Brazilian Court, which has been noted as one of the most coveted dining experiences. Sip cocktails in their lavish lounge before dining alfresco on their outdoor terrace.
On your fourth day, a trip to the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens in the morning will provide a tranquil and cultured start to the day. Afterward you’ll be driven to the vibrant city of Boca Raton. Should you be here in April you can enjoy the annual food and wine festival, Boca Bacchanal, where some of the top chefs and vintners of the region showcase their best work. There’s plenty more to do with your day in Boca too. South Beach Park is a stunning expanse of golden sands and ideal for a couples stroll.
On your last morning in The Palm Beaches, wake up early enough to catch one last glimpse of that beautiful sunrise.Spend a final afternoon in one of the private bungalows at The Breakers before lunch at The Surf Break before your departure. No doubt the stunning Atlantic sea views will have you plotting your next trip before you’ve even left.