Let’s start with the accommodations. All accommodations here either have oceanfront, partial ocean, or resort views. Either one you pick, you’re guaranteed to get an ocean-style luxury room. Basic guest rooms will cost you about $400 per night during the off-season. Suites are obviously more spacious and offer extra seating areas in the rooms. They also include a personal concierge. An average suite will cost you about $1,000 per night. The Flagler Club, a smaller boutique hotel within The Breakers, offers even more exclusive rooms for those who can fork out the price. Expect to pay at least $1,300 a night for the most basic room in the club.
Once you’ve settled on accommodations, you can enjoy everything else that the grand hotel has to offer. You can lounge poolside or beach side all day, basking in the sun while having access to full services. If you prefer lounging under a shade, reserve one of their island-chic bungalows that will provide you with everything you could ever need—a bathroom, shower, refrigerator, flat screen TV, complimentary Wi-Fi, a safe, and even a dedicated concierge to provide whatever else you might need. Make sure you spend some time in the spa. You’ll get treatments by OSEA and Tammy Fender, and you’ll have access to skincare by Guerlain. Set an appointment for a body scrub and massage, which will only run you $275 per 80-minute session. If you want the full luxury experience, schedule a 4.5 hour Signature Spa Suite Experience for $665. You’ll get everything good that the spa has to offer.If you’re looking to do something a little more active, The Breakers offers a stunning golf course and a golf school for those who are just learning to swing. You can also enjoy two tennis courts, one of which is right by the ocean. If you’re in need of private instruction, an hour instruction from the Director of Tennis at the resort will only cost you $240. There are also plenty of high-end shopping that you can do within the resort. Some of their stores include Lilly Pulitzer, Guerlain, Polo Ralph Lauren, and a few others.
The resort offers nine different dining outlets that can satisfy all your cravings. From steakhouses to seafood bars, The Breakers has fine dining options at different locations within the resort. You can dine indoors, poolside, or with an ocean view. If you’ve gotten too comfy in your robe to get downstairs, some in-room service will provide you with a menu that’s just as good. Don’t miss brunch if you happen to be there on a Sunday morning. You’ll be glad that you stayed for it.
The Breakers Hotel claims to be the originators of rest and relaxation. They do it with such finesse that you’ll never want a hotel stay any other way. Once you’ve stayed at The Breakers, you’ll understand what luxury lodging truly means.