The Brazilian Court
by Roberta B. Turner

Built in 1926, The Brazilian Court is located in the heart of what is known as “America’s Riviera,”  where guests are just steps away from both the beach and Worth Avenue, showcasing some of the world’s finest shopping and galleries. The Brazilian Court provides guests with a serene oasis, a cloistered world unto itself with lush gardens and a tropical ambiance.

The hotel offers 80 rooms that include studios as well as one, two and three-bedroom suites with no detail overlooked, from the custom-designed furniture and tapestries to flat-screen plasma LCD TV’s and ultra air-jet bathtubs with customized hydro-thermo massage menus. Private terraces featured in select rooms open up to secret gardens. The hotel is also pet-friendly for guests who want to bring their pets.

The resort also features the famous The Brazilian Court Salon. Renowned for providing the highest level of service to discriminating clients, The Brazilian Court Salon, whose original flagship once resided in New York’s Bergdorf Goodman, gives the hotel its unofficial title as the  “most stylish” of the Palm Beach hotels.

The hotel’s award-winning restaurant, Café Boulud, located in the heart of the historic hotel, offers epicurean delights from world-renowned Chef Daniel Boulud.  Since its opening, the restaurant has become one of Palm Beach’s most coveted dining destinations, earning four stars in the Forbes Travel Guide and Wine Spectator’s “Best of Award of Excellence”.

In addition to the outdoor pool area and hot tub, there is a 24-hour fitness center, complimentary wifi, bicycle rental, and other amenities. Guests can also enjoy beach chairs and umbrellas and a beach bag stocked with towels, sun screen, bottled waters, snacks and reading materials. The hotel’s Mercedes chauffeurs guests to and from the beach.

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