Boca Raton Resort & Club

Boca Raton's fabled favorite
The fabled Boca Raton Resort & Club has enamored visitors for decades. Renowned local architect Addison Mizner, who led the development of Boca Raton and a number of other South Florida cities, was the mastermind behind the resort’s Mediterranean and Spanish Colonial Revival aesthetic and that distinctive bright-pink exterior.

The resort unfolds across 356 acres, featuring a Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star spa, two championship golf courses, a tennis school, an expansive half-mile stretch of private beach, a marina, an art gallery and five distinctive accommodation styles. Check out rooms in the Cloister building, which dates to 1926, when it opened as a 100-room inn.

While the Boca Raton hotel has evolved into a modern day, ultra-luxurious resort, it still embraces Mizner’s original vision and, upon pulling up the grand drive, you’ll be enveloped by its illustrious past.

Our Inspector's Highlights
• Book the 6,000-square-foot three-bedroom Presidential Suite, a grandiose two-story high-rise Tower penthouse, replete with a full kitchen, bar, formal dining room and grand piano.

• Stay in the Yacht Club to receive priority dining reservations and access to the eighth-floor Commodore Executive Lounge.

• Don’t miss the Four-Star spa. Designed after Spain’s Alhambra Plaza, the spa offers gardens, its own pool and a decadent ritual bathing area.

• Boca Raton Resort & Club is a foodie’s haven with Morimoto Sushi Bar, The Blue restaurant and New York City’s famed Serendipity ice cream parlor.

• Bring the kids. The “Family Fun” staff plans more than 150 activities a month, and there’s a Quest Club for ages three to nine.
Things to Know
• Take a guided tour of the hotel provided by the Boca Raton Historical Society to discover more of the property’s unique historic and architectural heritage.

• Boca Raton Resort & Club offers 1,000-plus guest rooms, suites and bungalows housed in five properties: the Cloister, the Yacht Club, the Tower, the Bungalows and the Boca Beach Club.

• You must be a resort guest or member to dine at restaurants in Boca Resort & Club and Boca Beach Club.
The Rooms
• The Cloister rooms emanate old-world charm, cast with a golden-hued palette and touches of tropical floral prints. Most overlook the resort’s beautiful garden or courtyard.

• At 27 stories, the Tower the tallest building in Boca Raton, so you can bet views from every room are spectacular.

• The Yacht Club’s 112 boutique-style rooms and seven suites are ornately decorated like a grand Venetian palace with canopied beds and large marble bathrooms. One suite even has a parlor.

• If you’re planning to check in for an extended period, try the Boca Bungalows, fully furnished one- and two-bedroom apartments in a secluded location near the golf course.

• To stay beachfront, reserve a room at the Boca Beach Club, which is just a short shuttle ride away from the main resort.
The Activities
• Splash around at the Tower Pool with 42 cabanas and personal butlers; the Spa Pool, exclusive for spa visitors; the Boca Bungalow Pool for bungalow guests; or the heated Boca Country Club Pool.

• Flow House Boca is the go-to spot for surfers. Newbies can try the FlowRider wave simulator to experience surfing on land or take a class at the new Billabong surf school at the Beach Club.

• The resort’s 18-hole championship courses come from PGA pros Sam Snead and Tommy Armour: Country Club Course, featuring the Dave Pelz Scoring Game School, and the Resort Course, which debuted a renovation in December 2016.

• Avid tennis players will love the 30 state-of-the-art clay-based courts, daily clinics and one-on-one lessons. Ask the tennis concierge to reserve court times.

• The 50,000-square-foot Waldorf Astoria Spa is masterfully designed with a palatial-like setting, with grand arches, carved stone and smooth marble, elaborate mosaics and cypress woodworks.
Getting There
501 East Camino Real, Boca Raton, Florida 33432
FLL (30-40 min)   PBI   MIA  
Boca Raton Resort & Club
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