The Breakers Palm Beach Creates a Boutique Hotel Experience

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The Breakers Palm Beach

Palm Beach is heralding another chapter in the life of the storied hotel built by railroad tycoon Henry Flagler in the late 19th century. As reported by the Sun-Sentinel, The Breakers Palm Beach is in the midst of a $13 million renovation project. The Flagler Club concierge level is currently being converted into a private boutique hotel, which will offer an exclusive “hotel within a hotel” experience. There will only be 25 rooms and suites, equipped with sumptuous marble bathrooms and king beds with PranaSleep adjustable bedding.

The Breakers Palm Beach

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Guests will be privy to special perks like a free pressing service, meals at the club lounge, and chauffeured airport transfers. Guests will also get access to Ocean Fitness, the vast 24-hour fitness center which opened at the end of 2014. The Flagler Club is scheduled to reopen in October.

In addition, The Spa at The Breakers is getting a makeover. Designed with 17 treatment rooms, the 20,000 square-foot destination will reopen in November with a new hair salon and menu for children’s spa services.

The Breakers Palm Beach

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