We spent two nights and three days at The Breakers with another couple. We used two of four pools, had cocktails twice in the Lobby Bar, and ate brunch in the Circle Dining Room three times. We used the spa on two occasions, and ate dinner on both Friday and Saturday nights at restaurants nearby. We would have needed several more days to truly take advantage of all that this lovely property has to offer. The Lobby Bar attracts a big crowd on weekend nights - sort of a "see and be seen" kind of place. It did not affect our experience, as this property is very big, but guests considering a trip should note that there is significant exterior construction going on at the property.
Traveller from Boston, MA
Situated on 140 oceanfront acres in the heart of Palm Beach and facing the Atlantic, this legendary luxury resort is 2 miles …More
Hotel was easy to find. Built out into Lake Worth. The ocean and beach are 100 yards away on the other side of the road. We arrived way too early but found our room was available. Rooms are large and had a fully equipped kitchen, plenty of cupboards and a fair sized living area. The hotel is looking a bit dated but is in a process of being up graded. Hotel was free self parking , there are bicycles , beach chairs , umbrellas and towels available also free. There are several restaurants within walking distance. Staff are pleasant , the area is nice and it is a very short drive to shops and more restaurants. I would recommend this hotel.
Traveller from Scotland
Situated on the waterfront, this apartment is within a 10-minute walk of Lake Worth Casino Building and Beach Complex and …More
The barrier island of Palm Beach is synonymous with high society. More than 200 high-end stores line the aptly-named Worth Avenue. The Flagler Museum offers a glimpse of the Gilded Age. The Sunfest music and arts festival is an annual event in West Palm Beach’s historic downtown with Clematis Street at the epicenter. Two more popular attractions are the Norton Museum of Art and the Palm Beach Zoo.