Where to Stay in Palm Beach, Florida
Looking for the best resorts, boutique hotels and airbnbs in Florida’s Palm Beach? I’ve got you covered.
Palm Beach is a place to see and be seen. It’s a whole damn vibe of luxury, lifestyle and Lilly Pulitzer and I am here for it. It’s one of America’s most glamorous, most iconic beachfront destinations, and is always a great time.
Where to stay in Palm Beach
Palm Beach’s hotel game is all about iconic, instagram-worthy tropical-iconic design. I’d personally recommend splurging for one of these best hotels in Palm Beach for the five-star service and ideal beachfront locations, but there are some great airbnbs I recommend below too!
The best hotels in Palm Beach
In my opinion, no one ever beats the Four Seasons brand in terms of service. So if you’re looking for an ultra-luxe, beautiful, beachfront resort to base your Palm Beach vacation from, this is hands down my pick.
Perfect for a girls trip with its pastel pinks and tropical palm leaves throughout this super-cute hotel’s design, you’d be hard-pressed to find somewhere more instagram-worthy to stay in Palm Beach. Spend your days soaking up the sun at the gorgeous pool lounging on pastel green lounge chairs, and your evenings listening to jazz while sipping on cocktails at the bar.
This 1920s boutique hotel has been legendary for a century, but don’t worry, it’s been modernized for the 21st century with high-class dining, service and spa facilities, while still maintaining its elegant history, when Cary Grant, Clark Gable and Greta Garbo were regular visitors, and that subtle celebrity touch remains. It’s even where Sofia Vergara had her rehearsal dinner!
The rooms here are Spanish Colonial design with dark mahogany wood to make the spaces feel cozy and homey. And they also have Lilly Pulitzer bikes for guest to use around town!
Be sure to check out their restaurant for the ultimate ladies-who-lunch vibe. Award-winning New York chef Daniel Boulud has created an incredible restaurant experience with Café Boulud, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner in a mixture of indoor and open terrace settings. This place is a scene.
The timeless Breakers Palm Beach was built in 1896 and, more than 100 years later, it still remains as one of Florida’s most luxurious and famous resorts. This celebrity haven is opulent, spacious, and luxurious.
With nine restaurants, The Breakers is the kind of resort you really don’t need to leave (my kinda resort!!). The nautical Seafood Bar is amazing its cocktails and extensive raw bar; you must try the Seafood Bar Mary, with bacon-infused vodka, a house made Bloody Mary mix, and a chilled jumbo prawn.
The best airbnbs in Palm Beach