Hotel at a Glance: The Bradley Park Hotel
Built in 1924, the Bradley Park Hotel resembles a Spanish hacienda, with its earthy terra-cotta-tiled roof and a courtyard shaded by tropical plants. Spend the evening sipping champagne in the courtyard, or walk to the beachfront to watch the sunset over the Atlantic.
- Close to the Atlantic: Stroll two blocks east to get to the beach.
- Get a good night’s rest in your guest room, which have large-screen TVs and hardwood floors. Junior suites feature full kitchens and a little extra room.
- Sip wine in the courtyard: The onsite Trevini Ristorante serves rack of lamb, ossobuco-stuffed ravioli, and other Italian delicacies, along with an impressive wine list.
- For lighter fare: Grab artisan cheeses and other imported goodies from C’est Si Bon Gourmet Market, ideal for a picnic along the beach.
- Stay connected: with the complimentary WiFi, available throughout the hotel.
Palm Beach, Florida: Upscale Beach Town North of Boca Raton
Palm Beach has long been a favored retreat for America’s rich and famous—the Kennedys, Trumps, and Rockefellers have all spent winters here. The warm weather, gorgeous beaches, and golf courses are a surefire cure for the winter blues, and they don’t hurt in summer either. Midtown Beach, a kid-friendly stretch of golden sand surrounded by glitzy estates, is an ideal spot for building a tan or a sandcastle.
Just across the Intracoastal Waterway lies lively West Palm Beach, home to CityPlace, a stylish outdoor mall. If shopping’s not your scene, revisit the Gilded Age at the Flagler Museum, a Beaux-Arts mansion built by Standard Oil founder Henry Flagler in 1902. You can walk through opulent halls, parlors, and ballrooms on a guided tour or stop for afternoon tea in the glassed-in pavilion.
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