[outfit_details] As we approach the foliage-filled months here in New England, a little earlier than normal I must say, I can’t help but dream of taking in one last weekend of sunshine and sand. So, when the opportunity came for me […]
I had never been to Palm Beach nor have I explored much of Florida outside of Orlando. Now, after embarking on our whirlwind trip, I’d say Palm Beach is the perfect warm weekend getaway for any New Englander!
Flying for a 48-hour trip makes packing a breeze since all you’ll need is a carry-on! By packing light, there’s no need to fret over the cost of checking luggage. Plus, with just a carry-on once you land you can head straight for your adventure!
During our trip, we were meet with a few random rainstorms, so The Palm Beach Outlets were the perfect way to enjoy the outdoors and still pop into stores when the rain clouds rolled through. The Palm Beach outlets not only have brands like J.Crew, Brooks Brothers, and Ralph Lauren – but, they also just opened both Kate Spade and Coach shops!
I purchased this stunning Coach trench – which was on sale for under $200; these gold buckle loafers for under $100; and a Kate Spade floral blouse for $89!
Lauren & I were so grateful for their hospitality, delicious food, and amazing amenities. The Hilton West Palm Beach is located in a prime spot – just minutes away from West Palm Beach Airport, Palm Beach, and The Palm Beach Outlets – which made it easy for us to pop around the area in our rental car.
Just across the street from the Hilton West Palm Beach, is Restoration Hardware that’s home to both a restaurant and rooftop bar. In fact, the Hilton West Palm Beach lobby is dressed in unique Restoration Hardware furniture.
The hotel also opens its doors to the community for fitness classes, weekend activities, and more! Whether you’re traveling to Palm Beach for work or pleasure, I highly recommend booking your stay at the Hilton West Palm Beach.
The following day Lauren and I ate breakfast at Manor, which was also on-site. We decided to take breakfast outside and were so glad we did. It was the perfect way to enjoy our coffee under clear skies.
For lunch, we headed back to Manor for a quick bite – filling up on chicken quesadillas, garlic parmesan wings, and Asian chicken lettuce wraps. Then, we toured the rest of the beautiful West Palm and Palm Beach.
During our tour, we stumbled upon the Grandview Public Market. The market is home to a bunch of grab-and-go restaurants and eclectic shops. Lauren and I sipped coffees from the Pumphouse Coffee Roasters while soaking up some sun on the market’s deck before heading to the airport.
Please leave any additional recommendations for restaurants in the Palm Beach area below. I’d love to try a place or two next time I have the chance!
I hope this guide inspired you to get away for 48 hours and discover a new place! Let me know below if you’ve been to Palm Beach.
Thank you to The Palm Beach Outlets & Hilton West Palm Beach for hosting us!
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