|>> The Breakers||>> The Breakers||>> Café Boulud|
|>> The Links at Boynton Beach||>> The Colony||>> Café L’Europe|
|>> PGA National Golf Club||>> Four Seasons Palm Beach||>> L’Escalier|
>> The Breakers: Florida’s oldest 18-hole layout, the Ocean course wraps around the beachfront hotel. It underwent a major overhaul in 2000, while Rees Jones redesigned his namesake course (formerly the West) in 2004.
>> The Links at Boynton Beach: Just a short drive from Palm Beach, this Bruce Devlin/Robert von Hagge design is one of South Florida’s best kept secrets.
>> PGA National Golf Club: The Jack Nicklaus-designed Champion course plays host to the Honda Classic, but there are three other courses on site, as well as a teaching academy; it is the home of the PGA of America, after all.
>> The Breakers: The most iconic of Florida beachfront hotels is home to 540 renovated guest rooms and suites, nine restaurants, five oceanfront pools and countless family memories.
>> The Colony: Adjoining the famed shopping hub that is Worth Avenue, this luxurious boutique hotel has hosted famous people throughout its 63-year history, including heads of state, royalty and celebrities.
>> Four Seasons Palm Beach: This chic oceanfront resort combines the reliably high standard of service that the chain is known for with an oceanfront location that is distinctively South Florida.
>> Café Boulud: Daniel Boulud, one of America’s leading culinary authorities, has made his first Florida eatery, located in the Brazilian Court hotel, one of Palm Beach’s most coveted dining destinations.
>> Café L’Europe: This long-standing Palm Beach institution combines big-city sophistication with tropical splendor, and the highlight of an eclectic menu is its array of caviars.
>> L’Escalier: Paris meets Palm Beach at the Breakers’ signature eatery, one of the country’s finest French restaurants, featuring Old World cuisine with a modern, New World interpretation.