Luxury Attaché’s The Best Of Palm Beach

There’s no denying the connection between New York and Florida. Whether permanently or simply for a weekend escape, Northeasterners have been migrating from the snowy North to the sunny South for decades. We now present: the best of Palm Beach.

Historic Palm Beach is a longtime favorite escape for the elite and is home to some of country’s most expensive properties. This island paradise is ideal for the sophisticated and swanky set.

STAY: A Palm Beach institution, {1.} The Breakers, One South County Road, is a grandeur resort with a private beach, five oceanfront pools, golf course, tennis courts, nine restaurants and plenty of on-site activities to keep the kids entertained. Another quintessential property, {2.} The Brazilian Court, 301 Australian Avenue, is both luxurious and tranquil.

EAT: Lunch like a local; pick up a sub from Sandwiches by the Sea, 363 South County Road, or grab a bite at {3.} Hamburger Heaven, 314 South Country Road, a diner that’s been open since 1945. For dinner, try year-old, Buccan, 350 South County Road, a progressive American grill with a tapas-style menu, or {4.} Jade Kitchen, 422 Northwood Road #A, a neighborhood bistro restaurant located just over the bridge in Northwood Village. Cap off your night with a cocktail at either Cafe L’Europe, 331 South County Road, or Michael R. McCarty’s, 50 Cocoanut Row #105, and then hit the dance floor at Cucina Dell’Arte, 257 Royal Poinciana Way.

DO: Learn about Palm Beach’s history and its founding father at The Flagler Museum, One Whitehall Way, or view monumental sculptures hidden among greenery at the {5.} Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, 253 Barcelona Road. Practice your stroke and swing at one of the 100-plus golf courses in Palm Beach County. Among the best are The Champion Course at PGA National, 400 Ave of the Champions, Palm Beach Par 3, 2345 South Ocean Boulevard, and The Breakers Rees Jones Course, 1550 Flagler Parkway.

Jenene is one of the foremost experts in concierge services and lifestyle management.  Over the past 10 years, Jenene forged and executed concierge programs with some of the world’s leading hoteliers, real estate developers, hedge funds, and Fortune 500 clients. Previously, Jenene ran guest relations at CNN for 7 years. At CNN, she learned to address the exacting demands of high net worth clients, and developed relationships with hundreds of exclusive vendors to seamlessly execute and exceed  requirements.  At Luxury Attaché, she leveraged her expertise to create a unique lifestyle service provision fueled by proactivity to provide clients with personalized service delivery, access, convenience and once in-a-lifetime experiences.  Jenene attended the NYU Stern School of Business, and the University of Colorado, Boulder.