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  • Hotel Suite of the Week: The Breakers Palm Beach

    The Imperial Designer Suite at The Breakers Palm Beach is one of the top suites at the famed Florida resort. At 1,700 square feet, the chic and sophisticated one-bedroom suite was designed by designer Badgley Mischka. Pictured here, water views from the floor-to-ceiling windows of the Imperial Designer Suite by Badgley Mischka.
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  • The suite features a flat screen TV and DVD/CD player, radio alarm clock with iPod docking station and in-room movies. There's also a sofa bed for additional guests.
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  • The signature suite includes additional services: Personal concierge, welcome amenity, pressing, and Spa & Fitness Membership (excludes treatments) when booked at rack rates.
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  • The spacious master bathroom features a separate shower and tub. There's also a half guest bath.
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  • The master bedroom features a king-sized bed. All hotel suites come with high-speed internet access, mini bar, hair dryer, private electronic safe, The Breakers private-label toiletries, plush bathrobes and slippers, luxury linens and duvets.
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  • The suite has an eight-seat dining area.
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  • The iconic driveway of the famous The Breakers Palm Beach. The hotel is situated on 140 acres on the Atlantic Ocean. There's one-half mile of private beach, four oceanfront pools and five whirlpool spas.
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  • One of the oceanfront pools at night.
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  • Available for rent are 25 luxury beach bungalows for daytime use, including personal concierge. There's also a Mediterranean-style Beach Club, 36 holes of golf, 10 lighted Har-Tru tennis courts, 8 restaurants, 8 bars and a kids' club.
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