The Boca Raton Launches New Tower Suite Collection

The Boca Raton in South Florida has unveiled its Tower Suite Collection, ranging from one-bedroom suites to 11 new Signature Suites. Guests will also have access to the revamped Top of the Tower—a private lounge on the 27th floor with ocean views, all within The Boca Raton Tower.

Perks for Tower Suite Collection guests include priority reservations at The Boca Raton’s 15-plus restaurants and lounges, preferred seating at the beach and pools, and priority bookings for activities including water sports and yacht charters. Good to know: Concierge and butler teams are also available.

At Top of the Tower lounge, the Assouline library houses travel books and oversized leather seating. A classic telescope allows guests to take in details of the seascape, while cozy alcoves in The Studio offer comfortable seating for time to reflect or catch up with friends. Here, a curated schedule of experiences includes British High Tea, sommelier-hosted Flight Nights, interactive cooking demos, and cocktail-making classes. Between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. each day, Tower Suite Collection guests can indulge in complimentary beverages and bites inspired by global influences. They can also opt for an upgraded à la carte  menu, with items likeThe  Caviar Russe and champagne selections by Moët & Chandon. After 7 p.m., during weekends, Top of the Tower offers a tapas menu, creative cocktails and live entertainment.

The Boca Raton Tower Suite Collection Townhouse King bedroom

Designed by Rockwell Group, the 11 new Signature Suites are located on the 23rd through 26th floors. The Grand Suites have two bedrooms, oversized corner parlors, a wet bar and an entertainment area. Two-bedroom Balcony Suites provide outdoor terraces, and two spacious Penthouses have three bedrooms spread across 3,740 square feet complete with a living room, dining area and fitness room. The three-bedroom Townhouse offers double-height views of the Intracoastal. It has a living and dining room, and a designated activity area with a large sectional for movie screenings and a room for wellness-minded guests equipped with a fitness mirror and equipment.

The Tower is just steps from The Boca Raton’s many offerings, which include the four-acre water oasis Harborside Pool Club, golf, tennis, pickleball, a private beach, Spa Palmera, and more.

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