The Breakers – Luxury Palm Beach Resort Hotel – 5 Star Luxury & Ideal Location

Built by railroad magnate Henry Flagler,
The Breakers hosted the “who’s who” of early 20th-century America,
including the Rockefellers, Vanderbilts, Astors, Andrew Carnegie and J.P. Morgan.
Today, $30 million is reinvested annually into the resort,
which is still owned and operated by Flagler’s decendents.
A vintage photo of The Breakers.
The Breakers’ front lawn.
A vintage photo of The Breakers’ beachfront.
Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean from The Breakers.
The Ocean Course, created in 1896 by Alexander H. Findley,
is Florida’s first and oldest golf course.
A vintage photo of a golf foursome at The Breakers.
The Breakers’ lobby makes an impresssion upon arrival.
A sampling of the artwork found in The Breakers’ lobby.
Looking onto the North Loggia.
A sign denotes the most recent incarnation of The Breakers.
A week’s worth activities for guests of all ages at The Breakers.
An extensive timeline shows the history of The Breakers.
Looking up at the ceiling in the lobby.
The Palm Courtyard is a terrific spot to sit and relax.
Another look at the Palm Courtyard.
The Circle is where The Breakers’ legendary Sunday Brunch is served.
Detail of the ceiling in The Circle.
Flagler Steak House, a fresh take on the classic American chophouse.
Grab a bite to eat or sip a craft cocktail at HMF.
Inside The Italian Restaurant,
which serves antipasti, salads, pastas, brick-oven pizzas,
seafood and other Italian classics.
The newly renovated Ocean House is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat during your time in the sun.
Inside Ocean House.
Choose from Chinese, Japanese, Thai,
Vietnamese, or Korean dishes at Echo.
Inside the Beach Club Restaurant.
A vintage photo of the Beach Club.
The Breakers’ wine cellar is quite impressive.
The light-filled shopping arcade is inviting.
Match is a footwear store in The Breakers’ shopping arcade.
News & Gourmet has a bit of everything in one shop.
Coconut Crew is a fun children’s boutique.
An oceanview guest room at The Breakers.
The Imperial Suite at The Breakers.
The decor within The Breakers is elegantly retro.
The Flagler Club is accessible by key card only.
The Club Lounge in the Flagler Club.
A seating nook in the Club Lounge in the Flagler Club.
An island view room in the exclusive Flagler Club.
The entryway to The Spa.
The Spa lobby.
The comfortable lady’s lounge at The Spa at The Breakers,
complete with refreshments.
A couples treatment room awaits guests at The Spa.
The hair salon at The Spa.
The nail salon at The Spa.
The new 6,000 square-foot Ocean Fitness facility overlooks the Atlantic Ocean.
A giant TV takes your mind off of your workout in Ocean Fitness.
A swimmer takes laps at the infinity-style South Pool.
A poolside bungalow offers a private retreat.
A peek inside a poolside bungalow.
The Main Pool is popular with families.
The Surf Break is a popular spot to grab a drink while soaking up the rays at the pools.
The ocean-side Active Pool.
The Adult Pool is for guests 21 years and older.
A shaded play area awaits kids at The Breakers.
Toddlers have their own space at Camp Breakers.
Recent artwork at Camp Breakers.
A scuba diver “swims overhead” in Camp Breakers,
a space just for kids.
The arcade is fun for kids of all ages.

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