The Breakers Palm Beach is a historic, Renaissance Revival style luxury hotel with 538 rooms. It is located at 1 South County Road in Palm Beach, Florida, United States.
Originally built in 1896,The Breakers remains one of America’s legendary resort destinations. Renowned for its seaside glamour and world-class service, the 538-room, Italian Renaissance-style hotel resides on 140 acres of oceanfront property in the heart of Palm Beach. With unapologetic luxury, The Breakers indulges its clientele, whether couples on a romantic getaway, multi-generational travelers on a family vacation or large gatherings in celebration.
Travelers and critics alike gush over this Italian Renaissance-style resort. High on their list of perks are the gorgeous grounds, which feature two golf courses, four pools, a private beach and 10 Har-Tru tennis courts. And the genial front desk staff will probably recommend you spend a day in the relaxing spa. As for lodging, the guest rooms come with custom furnishings and high-end linens, as well as flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi access. Yet not all previous travelers were impressed, noting that the resort’s rooms are small, dated and pricey. However, many recent guests raved about the on-site restaurants, recommending The Beach Club Restaurant for breakfast or lunch and the Flagler Steakhouse for an elegant dinner. You’ll find The Breakers along Palm Beach, Florida’s South County Road, less than 2 miles east of downtown West Palm Beach.
The resort’s guest rooms and suites exude a classic style with neutral color palettes, wooden furnishings and white crown molding. In-room artwork gives glimpses of the resort’s historic past. All rooms include flat-screen TVs, minibars, high-end toiletries and plush bathrobes. Flagler Club accommodations reside on two exclusive floors of the property and offer upgraded amenities like curved Smart TVs, PranaSleep adjustable beds with Frette linens, chauffeured Tesla car service and airport transfers, rainfall showers and lounge access with free breakfast and snacks.