The Ritz-Carlton, Palm Beach has introduced a new Presidential Suite package, “Commander and Chief.”
This presidential retreat – said to have been designed to “bring luxurious fun and cheeky character to a traditionally proper suite” – is actually comprised of two adjoined yet independent executive suites totaling 2,693 square feet, named the Commander and the Chief.
The inaugural package includes: transfers to and from Palm Beach International Airport, daily transportation to Worth Avenue and/or Atlantic Avenue destinations, 24-hour Palm Beach Concierge, White House Honey Ale personal “Beer Summit”, personal chef to design custom dining experiences and cuisine, and exclusive and custom cocktails.
Still other features include: private star-gazing from the balcony alongside Palm Beach Astrological Society, private daily fitness training, daily access to Eau Spa’s Self-Centered Garden, custom stocked in-room bar, VIP entrance to the Eric Villency designed Club Lounge and all hotel outlets, full-size Eau Spa bath amenities and Palm Beach Breeze scented candles in room, and monogrammed terry towels and bed linens.
The Ritz-Carlton, Palm Beach is a 2012 Forbes Five Star and 2012 AAA Five Diamond Award property, which completed a more-than $130 million transformation in 2009. The beachfront resort offers ocean views, a fire pit, 310 guestrooms and suites – including the 2,755-square-foot Presidential Suite – and 23,000 square feet of indoor meeting space. Dining options include Angle, a contemporary American supper club; Temple Orange for traditional Italian comfort food; Breeze as a burger bistro set oceanside; Oceanfront Cabanas for intimate affairs; Eau Spa Café; and Stir Bar in the lobby lounge. The Business Lounge and Resort Cabanas are also available, as well as Eau Spa, a full-service salon and Eau-fitness center.