Palm Beach Florida

Where to play golf WHERE
Where to stay WHERE
Where to eatWHERE
>> 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


Where to play golfWHERE TO PLAY

>> 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.

Where to stay WHERE TO STAY

>> 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.

Where to eatWHERE TO EAT

>> 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.

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