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The Brazilian Court Hotel

The Brazilian Court Hotel, Palm Beach

At a Glance

    Pros

  • Stylish and hip local crowd
  • charming courtyard
  • free beach shuttle
  • award-winning restaurant
  • plush spa

    Cons

  • small fitness center
  • nondescript pool
  • 10-minute ride to ocean and suggested 24-hour advance reservation for shuttle

The Brazilian Court Hotel Review

This posh boutique hotel, stomping ground of Florida's well-heeled, is full of historic touches and creature comforts—from its yellow facade with dramatic white-draped entry, to modern draws like the renowned spa and Daniel Boulud restaurant. The lobby with soaring cypress ceilings underscore The Brazilian Court's "Roaring '20s" origins. While not directly on the beach, car service and access to an oceanfront facility allow guests to enjoy plenty of beachside fun-in-the-sun. All of the studio and one- and two-bedroom suites have rich limestone baths and showers, wine refrigerators, and personal butler service; bay windows look out into the impeccably maintained gardens and enchanting flower-filled courtyards. Amenities include a Frédéric Fekkai hair salon and spa, and Café Boulud, a local outpost of the New York original; hotel guests reportedly have a better shot than outsiders at procuring a table. Don't feel like dressing up for dinner? There's in-room dining from the same kitchen.

    Hotel Details

  • 80 rooms.
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 11-27-2013

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