Excellent Cafe Boulud from famous chef Daniel Boulud
Salon from celebrity stylist Frederic Fekkai
Large bathrooms with separate showers and soaking tubs
Lovely pool surrounded by palm trees and greenery (but on the smaller side)
Getting to the beach requires crossing busy roads
Fee for overnight parking
The historic, 80-room Brazilian Court gives off a glamorous, British Colonial feel -- the courtyards feature tinkling fountains, the lobby is decorated with gorgeous rough wood ceilings and rich colors, and mahogany accents warm up the 80 elegant rooms. The property also features some brand-name cachet -- a restaurant from famous chef Daniel Boulud and a salon from celebrity hairstylist Frederic Fekkai. Those hoping to be directly on the beach may consider staying at the trendy Omphoy, however, as accessing beaches nearby requires crossing busy roads.
In Palm Beach, just a few blocks from several beaches
The Brazilian Court has a convenient location close to numerous great shopping spots, like chichi Worth Avenue. There are several beaches just a few blocks away, but getting to them requires crossing busy streets.
Palm Beach is an enclave of the uber-rich. The area is filled with grade-A golf courses, high-end shops, and upscale restaurants -- and obviously, beautiful beaches (although many are private).
15-minute drive to Palm Beach International Airport
5-minute walk to Worth Avenue shopping
10-minute walk to the nearby beach
5-minute drive to the Norton Museum of Art
5-minute drive to the Henry Morrison Flagler Museum, Flagler's 73-room mansion
7-minute drive to Clematis Street, where the little bit of nightlife happens
8-minute drive to the Kravis Center for Performing Arts
10-minute drive to the Palm Beach Zoo
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