Separated by West Palm by bridges, Palm Beach is easily accessed by I-95. Aside from the beaches, below are two notable must-see stops.
The Breakers Hotel was founded in 1896 and is a landmark in Palm Beach.
This opulent luxury hotel is well worth a visit. If the room rate isn't in your budget, no worries. You can book a reservation at some of their restaurants (see their website
/ as some restaurants are only for resort members and hotel guests).
Tip: Be sure to let the valet service know that you are dining at one of the restaurants.
Take your ticket with you and have the waiter validate. You will receive free parking. Tip well, as the valet service is excellent.
75 artisans from Italy were brought in 1926 for reconstruction, after a fire in 1925. The European influence and opulence is evident in the grand design.
Guests loved the hotel's location at "the breakers" because of the proximity to the water and crashing waves.
I highly recommend the Italian Restaurant at the Breakers. Their food is delicious and service is world class.
I would dine here just for the bread service.
Worth Ave. is also a must-see stop on your tour of the Town. Enjoy shopping and a gelato while you stroll the Ave. Tip: There are non-dairy and adult only alcohol infused options, as well as traditional gelato.
My personal favorite stop is at Jennifer Tattanelli's shop. Luxury Italian leather goods, shoes, and clothing are divine.
Go enjoy the sunny weather, beautiful surroundings, and some pretty serious luxury car watching!