White Elephant Palm Beach Opens 2020

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White Elephant Palm Beach is coming in early 2020. (Photo courtesy of White Elephant Palm Beach.)

There’s a new property coming to Palm BeachWhite Elephant Palm Beach, a luxury boutique hotel located on Sunset Avenue in the heart of Palm Beach, will open early 2020. The new hotel represents the total renovation of the former Bradley Park Hotel, which dates back to the 1920’s, and its transformation into a luxury property in Palm Beach.

“Our main mission is to combine our vision of hospitality with the ethos and style of casually elegant Palm Beach,” says Douglass Karp, president, New England Development in press materials. “We are pleased to combine our promise of service excellence with the exciting tradition of hospitality in this legendary resort destination. We feel right at home in Palm Beach.”

The 32-guestroom hotel, with 13 rooms and 19 suites, will be residential in scale with outdoor spaces and lush landscaping. In addition, the rooms and suites will have outdoor balconies with landscaping, and both penthouse suites will offer large living rooms with fully equipped kitchens and large outdoor terraces with coastal views.

The layout of the hotel takes advantage of outdoor spaces featuring a u-shaped outdoor courtyard, which will be the setting for an inviting pool environment and an outdoor seating area. A new signature restaurant, private dining rooms and outdoor seating will be incorporated while maintaining the ambiance of a boutique resort. The interior design will capture the spirit of a grand home with hard wood floors, elegant tiles, woven rugs, all interpreted with contemporary style.

The hotel is located one street north of Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach’s original Main Street and less than two blocks from the Atlantic Ocean. It is located on the corner of Sunset Avenue, the southeast corner of Bradley Place, adjacent to the intra-coastal waterway.

For more information, visit whiteelephantpalmbeach.com. Brightline now stops in West Palm Beach.