The pool at The Brazilian Court in Palm Beach, Florida - The Brazilian Court

Newly Recommended Hotels in Florida

By Andrew Harper

The Hideaway Report | August 15, 2017

The August Hideaway Report follows Andrew Harper’s travels to Florida, where he discovered three new luxury hotels to recommend. Read more about the new additions below.

Royal Blues Hotel

Deerfield Beach, Florida

The balcony of our room at the Royal Blues Hotel Photo by Andrew Harper

Royal Blues Hotel is a sleek, sophisticated 12-room property ideally situated on the shore in Deerfield Beach. The handsome building is airy and graceful and rooms have high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling glass windows and sliding doors that lead out to spacious beach-facing balconies.

The Brazilian Court

Palm Beach, Florida

The One-bedroom Suite at The Brazilian Court The Brazilian Court

The Brazilian Court is a stylish Spanish Colonial-style hotel tucked away in an elegant residential neighborhood with which it blends seamlessly, just a few blocks from the beach and the renowned shopping and restaurants on Worth Avenue. Its excellent restaurant is under the direction of star chef Daniel Boulud; the lovely bar is a favorite watering spot for le tout Palm Beach.

The Gardens Hotel

Key West, Florida

The exterior of the Eyebrow Cottage at The Gardens Hotel Photo by Andrew Harper

The Gardens Hotel is an enchanting enclave set in a walled garden just a short walk from the bustle of Key West’s main venue, Duval Street. Twenty rooms, situated throughout the property in cottages and other freestanding buildings, are all individually decorated in a modified tropical colonial style.

Read the full reviews of Palm Beach and Key West hotels in the August Hideaway Report.

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Andrew Harper Photo Andrew Harper is the editor of The Hideaway Report, a luxury travel newsletter that first appeared in 1979. He travels anonymously and pays his own expenses in pursuit of unique properties that offer unusually high levels of personal service. Hotels have no idea who he is, so he is treated exactly as you might be.


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