The Boca Raton Tower

A modern pink tower

The Boca Raton Tower, a hotel-within-a-hotel at The Boca Raton, stands as the tallest building on the sprawling property. The 27-story Tower recently reopened after a $65 million transformation boasting sweeping views, spacious suites and elevated luxury. It manages to retain its historical charm (and even its original pink hue) while delivering modern amenities and a hip vibe.

Spanning 200 waterfront acres, the amenity-packed resort includes a private beach, two pool clubs and a marina. There is also a seemingly endless array of leisure pursuits, including a world-class spa, an 18-hole golf course, tennis, pickleball, an art gallery and more than a dozen restaurants and lounges. Although adults can find plenty of tranquility, the hotel does an excellent job of catering to families and ensuring kids are entertained.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • Everyone at the luxury hotel receives dedicated butler service. The youngest guests will enjoy a special delivery from two robot butlers, Johnnie and Ethel (an homage to the original owner’s pet monkeys).
  • The second-floor Tower Lounge offers a sanctuary exclusive to hotel guests. Throughout the day, partake in the complimentary snacks, including morning pastries, afternoon bites and a weekend sundae bar. Come to the lounge to also enjoy amenities like a library curated in partnership with Assouline, listening lounges with Master & Dynamic headphones and classic board games.
  • Five-Star Spa Palmera immerses you in serenity from the moment you step inside. The spa draws inspiration from Spain’s extravagant Alhambra Palace. Its expertly crafted menu features a wide array of services, ranging from traditional massages and facials (try the indulgent Diamond Facial) to unique mindfulness and ayurvedic experiences.
  • With more than a dozen dining experiences (only available to guests or club members) to choose from, you’ll never need to leave the property. Enjoy live entertainment at MB Supper Club or visit one of four restaurants (Japanese Bocce Club, Principessa Ristorante, The Flamingo Grill chophouse and Sadelle’s)from the popular Major Food Group.
  • Next to the Tower, you’ll find Harborside Pool Club with three pools, a lazy river, two water slides and FlowRider (a wave simulator). Parents can book their kids a Kiddie Cabana (each with its own theme for a mini princess or pirate) or drop them off at the Banyan Bunch Kids’ Club (for kids 4 to 12), which offers childcare. Tweens (ages 11 to 15) can hang out at The Break, where they can grab a treat from a candy wall, immerse themselves in virtual reality gaming or create their own entertainment in a state-of-the-art recording booth.

The Rooms

  • The 224 guest rooms in the Boca Raton hotel feature coastal-inspired furnishings that center around the pièce de résistance: the breathtaking vistas. The expansive views overlook either the almost infinite coastline or the vast estate.
  • Accommodations come with thoughtful complimentary offerings like a mini-bar and snacks, refillable water bottles, beach bags and flip-flops. The gifts go a long way in making guests feel welcome.
  • Flexible room configurations ranging from studios to one-bedroom options can accommodate groups of any size. You can also book an entire floor.

24-hour room service
Babysitting services
Fitness classes
House car
Meeting rooms
Outdoor pool
Getting There
501 East Camino Real, Boca Raton, Florida 33432
PBI (30-40 min)   FLL (30-40 min)   MIA (40-55 min)  
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