Top Eight Beach Resorts on the Atlantic Coast
If you are planning a luxury getaway to the Atlantic Coast, then you will most likely want to know which hotels are up to your lavish standards. Now, while the idea of selecting only the eight most impressive beach hotels from the thousands of available ones can be exhausting.
Our top luxury beach resorts countdown should help to provide you with a short list of options up and down the eastern seaboard.
8. The Chanler at Cliff Walk, Rhode Island
Newport’s finest hotel is a mixture of provincial country and antique inspired decor. The Chanler pays homage to a few of Cape Cod iconic locales; Nantucket, Block Island, and Martha’s Vinyard with their private ocean front villas. Each with its own tranquil ocean view and private garden. Dining at the in-house restaurant, Spiced Pear, is a modern seafood, culinary treat. From the unbelievably fresh salmon, custom chowders and crab feats to the cliff-side patio your senses will be on overload as you take in the scenic bluffs and ocean waves. Time your trip right and you’ll find that outside the hotel there are a steady stream of boat shows, festivals, and world renown headlining concerts. A suite will cost you around $1,095 a night.
7. PGA National Resort and Spa, Palm Beach
From the pristine green fields that make up the five PGA designed championship golf courses to the revitalizing European spa treatments taking place on a whim, the PGA National Resort and Spa is the east coast destination for luxury, athletic enthusiasts. The word “paradise” gets thrown around a lot, but this triple A Four Diamond hotel is so much more. All the upgraded, indulging accommodations and services you would expect, on top of more than a half a dozen on-site dining pleasures puts the PGA National on the Atlantic Coasts top list. Suites start at $1,499 a night.
6. Blanc Spa Resort, Cancun
The highlight of your stay here will come on the ninth floor. Sure, there is the beauty of the Caribbean scenery and a world renown culture to explore, but Blanc’s ultimate suite will have you looking forward to your return. From its twin balconies and private dining area, to the fact that you will be received by fresh in-room flowers, complimentary red wine, and exotic chocolates upon entering your romantic haven. Blanc has made every effort to make it almost impossible to stay anywhere else. Suites run between $1,213 and $1,704 a night.
5. Little Palm Island, Little Torch Key
Removing yourself from your everyday life is easy when you are on the simply luxurious isle of Little Palm. They have authentically furnished, island bungalows complete with mosquito netted beds, natural outdoor showers, and a void of all televisions. Instead, you will enjoy beautiful paths, winding through some of the most atheistically pleasing scenery, on your way to dine with Chef Luis Pous on the beach. When the sun goes down, the real fun begins. These exclusive, private suites run between $1,290 and $1,990 a night.
4. The Setai, Miami
Miami is known all around the world as an epicenter for the indulgent nightlife. While complimenting that scene, the Setai Hotel is a luxuriously lush, ocean side resort set on another world renown Florida icon, South Beach. Glistening pools, tropical themes, and a taste of the modern Asian culture make this classy resort on the edge one of the top rated destinations in the area. Suites range between $1,825 and $2,770 a night.
3. The Breakers Hotel, Florida
This historic hotel opened its doors in 1896 and has since attained some significant achievements, including having been listed in The National Register of Historic Places and earning the recognition of being one of the worlds finest luxury hotels.. A championship golf course, twenty-thousand square foot spa, and a private beach gives The Breakers an unfair advantage when it comes to being a luxury vacation spot. From its old Italian styling and mulch-million dollar revitalization project, The Breakers can’t help but to break into the top three of our elite list. A suite ranges between $1,430 and $3000 a night.
2. Four Seasons, Palm Beach
If you know luxury and class, then you know the elite name of one of the world’s classiest hotels, the Four Seasons. Set on Southern Florida’s Palm Beach, this oceanfront wonderland offers up beautiful beaches, acclaimed dining, and the type of top notch service that has it ranking at the top of national and international review lists for years. The spacious layouts of these luxury suites are upgraded with everything from LCD flat screen televisions, down pillows, iPod docking, terry robes, lavish furnishings, a complete marble bathroom, and a guest powder room. Regardless of the season, the Four Seasons is class. An ocean front suite will run you $4750.
1. Ritz-Carlton, South Beach
Our final big name in the luxury hotel world along the Atlantic Coast is the Ritz-Carlton. Boasting 375 ocean-inspired rooms, breathtaking ocean views, and an eleventh floor lounge serving up custom culinary and mixology treats throughout the day. Add to experience the only beachfront restaurant, the DiLido Beach Club, serving up North African specialties with Mediterranean twists. A lush, on-site French-inspired spa offers up everything you body is looking for, before taking one of the most romantic walks along the beach you’ve ever had. In-season suites average $5,500 a night.