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Perfect Palm Beach


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ife’s a beach’ and Palm Beach County’s 47 mile stretch of breath-taking coastline means that everyday is a beach day in


this elegant region of Florida. In fact this part of Florida’s east coast, from Jupiter Beach in the north to Boca Raton in the south is perhaps one of the most stunning ocean landscapes in Florida. Although location plays a huge part in our holiday decisions, many other factors infl uence our choice. In particularly ‘what do I do when I get there?’ Let me introduce you to a destination which ticks all the boxes. Fabulous location – yes. T e fi nest hotels – yes. Elegant spas – yes. Upscale shopping – yes. Equestrian activities – yes. Championship golf – yes. Award-winning dining – yes. You don’t have to choose, Palm Beach County has it all!


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Ahhh… the spa!


With a reputation for prestigious hotels battling for the right to boast the best spa in Palm Beach County, you can be assured of a spa experience second-to-none wherever you stay. Massages, body treatments, hair and nail salon services and full wellness regimes. Escape for just an hour or relinquish yourself to a full day of relaxation and rejuvenation, a visit to the spa slots into any schedule. Promising a magical spa experience with


a variety of sensational beauty treatments and surprising touches throughout, create a personalized blend of aromatic herbs, oils and salts at the Scub & Polish Bar at Eau Spa located at T e Ritz-Carlton. One of the top 25 spa’s in North America, T e Spa at Breakers indulges you with stress relieving


massages, body wraps, revitalizing scrubs and nourishing facials, boasting oceans of calming possibilities. Head to Si Spa at the Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island for treatments customized to your wellness needs, themed on the therapeutic qualities of seawater and the mesmerizing rhythm of waves breaking on the beach. Go on… spoil yourself.


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