The Breakers // Palm Beach
The entrance to The Breakers.
The middle courtyard of The Breakers.
The Floozy cocktail at HMF.
One of the main ballrooms.
At the beach, outside of The Seafood Bar.
The Watermelon Margarita at The Seafood Bar.
Remember that last time I was complaining about the heat? Well I think it knew and I was and came back with a vengeance. It's now just as hot as it was in Florida! Except no palm trees...I feel like it's made a little better when there are some pretty trees? No, just me?
Anyway, back on my Palm Beach topic... If you want to catch up on my other posts, I have written about What to Pack for Palm Beach, Palm Beach // Lilly Pulitzer, and My Favorite Summer Beauty Product. This post is about my favorite place we went in Palm Beach...
I'll get more into this with my Travel Guide for Palm Beach/ West Palm Beach, but we stayed in PGA National, so not on Palm Beach. If you're not familiar, PB is it's only little island with a drawbridge and they are very proud of it...which they should be! One of our waiters told us that there is pretty much no crime on Palm Beach. A couple of months ago, someone stole a bike and they put the island on lockdown and raised the drawbridge, until they found the bike and the thief!
So The Breakers...it's pretty much the most glamorous place to stay in Palm Beach, unless you're a homeowner there. We didn't stay there, but next time, we WANT TO. The ambience, just makes you feel good. We decided to check it out before one of our dinner reservations and we didn't want to leave. The hotel is insanely beautiful, it's super easy to spend all your time looking around and explore the rooms and such; however, there's a couple things to do while you're there! First we went to HMF and had a cocktail and an app. I had "The Floozy", which was basically like an insanely fresh margarita. We split some homemade onion dip + potato chips. DELICIOUS. Second, we went to The Seafood Bar and the food and drinks are good, really good...but the view is better! The bar is an actual fish tank and the whole bar over looks the ocean. I had a Watermelon Margarita and Nick and split some sliders. Those were just 2 of the places to go in The Breakers and there's so much more to do or even eat, if that's what you're after!
If you're heading anywhere near Palm Beach, I urge you to visit The Breakers, because it is also a piece of history. It was Henry M. Flagler, The Breaker's founder, who brought the opulence and trend of luxury to the island and helped form PB to what we know it to be today! The Breakers has survived a couple fires and has pushed through and become better each time. To learn more about the hotel and all it has to offer, click here.
Do you have a favorite thing to do on Palm Beach? Favorite thing at The Breakers? Let me know, because I'll be bacccck!
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