Palm Beach resorts offer ultra luxury, at an ultra price, in suites

M.M. Cloutier

Part of the living area of The Brazilian Court's Hepburn Suite.

Enjoyable amid luxe furnishings and large ocean sights from five balconies is all the much more pleasant when a personal concierge assures no specific request is much too huge or way too modest.

So goes the suite daily life at The Breakers. Or a lot more particularly, a stay in a person of two Imperial Suites, the 538-home resort’s most lavish quarters.

Billed for “the visitor who desires for nothing,” the Imperials aren’t alone. They’re amongst the extravagant accommodation alternatives provided at Palm Beach’s several resorts, where by officers say need for grandeur remains regular in spite of a cooled economy.

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