1. The Imperial Designer Suite at The Breakers
Built in 1896 by oil tycoon and founder of Palm Beach, Henry Flagler, The Breakers hotel in Palm Beach symbolizes high end posh. If you’re looking for the most luxurious experience at the The Breakers, stay in the Imperial Designer Suite. Designed by the fashion icon, Badgley Mischka, the one bedroom 1,700 square feet suite is perfect for couples trying to live a haute life. The suite also features five balconies each with beautiful ocean views, a dining room, and a spacious living room. But that’s not all, included with your suite is a full membership to the spa and fitness center as well as your own personal concierge.
One South County Road
Palm Beach, FL 33480, USA
2. The Presidential Penthouse at The Colony Hotel
The Presidential Penthouse at the Colony Hotel just got a facelift with a $200,000 renovation. With new features done to the two bedrooms, bathrooms, the living room, and a plantation room, the penthouse still has the British Colonial feel with a spruce of modernity. With walls painted in pale shades of yellow and green, the piano centers the living room. Enjoy a nice dinner in the Plantation room while watching the sunset over the Atlantic and Palm Beach. Other features of the 1640 square feet penthouse are the bar, which can be stocked with your favorite liquors plus your own personal bartender and an open-air veranda perfect for soaking up Florida rays.
155 Hammon Avenue
Palm Beach, FL 33480
3. PGA National Resort and Spa
With some of the best golf courses in Florida designed by the legends like Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer at the PGA National Resort and Spa, it is the Mecca for golf enthusiasts. But golf is just one feature to this five star luxury hotel. With a health and racquet club along with seven onsite restaurants, the resort is perfect for any traveler trying to kick back in luxury. The most elegant suite the PGA National has to offer is their Presidential Suite. The lively suite features a full living and dining room, plus a wet bar and stocked kitchen. The panoramic view of the Presidential Suite is surely easy on the eyes. The suite consists of four terraces that offer views of the 18th hole of the championship course and views of the pool and lake.
400 Avenue of the Champions
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418, USA
4. The Ritz-Carlton, Palm Beach
The Presidential Suite at the Ritz-Carlton in Palm Beach is ideal for the jet setter trying to relax and have a good time. Equipped with a bar, pool table and a room set aside for yoga, fitness, or massages, the Presidential Suite has the guest in mind. The sleek dark 3,456 square feet interior screams chic and you can enjoy the stunning views of the Atlantic while in the sitting room of this top floor suite. With a $130 million renovation to the suites, you can enjoy the classic furnishings, spacious living areas, and warm palettes of greens and mandarins.
100 South Ocean Boulevard
Manalapan, FL 33462 USA
5. Boca Raton Resort and Club
Just south of Palm Beach, this presidential suite is two stories with 6,000 square feet on the 26th floor of the Boca Raton Resort Club. With three king sized bedrooms, a grand piano, and marble bathrooms with jetted tubs, you will feel like Louis XIV in Versailles but you have the Atlantic Ocean’s breeze and Florida sun to bask in. The grainy yellow walls and oriental rugs only add on to the luxury of this suite located in the tower of the Boca Raton Resort. Live like a king at this South Florida presidential suite.
501 East Camino Real
Boca Raton, FL 33432, USA