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Omphoy Ocean Resort
Palm Beach, FloridaEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Omphoy Ocean Resort
The first new oceanfront resort built in Palm Beach in decades, the Omphoy Ocean Resort is as luxurious as it is unpretentious, with a private beach, The Spa, and Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course.
Youthful and contemporary, the beachfront Omphoy Ocean Resort has style in spades. The hotel exudes a modern East-meets-West vibe with metallic-hued porcelain tiles, blue glass walls, and sleek dark wood furnishings; custom-designed beds appear to float in the 130 rooms and suites. The same thoughtful attention to detail applies at the two onsite restaurants and O-Bar, all run by chef Michael Wurster (formerly of New York's iconic Tavern on the Green.) Other diversions include a spacious private beach outside the lobby's back door, and out the front, an infinity pool lined with towering palm trees and a row of inviting wooden cabanas.
Teak pagodas in the hotel's private Meditation Garden encourage you to go Zen, surrounded by tropical greenery and babbling fountains.
Dress to impress. The staff recommends Lilly Pulitzer dresses, Tory Burch flip flops, Ralph Lauren straw hats, Chanel sunglasses, and Vineyard Vines swim trunks.
Arrive at Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) which is approximately 9 miles from the resort. Anticipate about 20 minutes of travel time depending on traffic. You may also elect to arrive at Ft. Lauderdale International Airport (FLL) which is about 45 miles (60 minutes) away.2842 South Ocean Boulevard, Palm Beach, Florida, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Spa + Wellness Center
- Direct Beach Access
- Fitness Center
- Fitness Classes
- Beauty Treatments
- Infinity Pool
- Meditation Garden
- Business Center
- Golf Courses nearby
- Water Views
- Flat Screen TVs
- Mini Bar
- WIFI Access
- Work Desks
- Spa Amenities
- Poolside Bar
- Bar + Lounge
- 2 Restaurants
- Oceanfront Dining
- Terrace Dining
- In-room Dining
- Hotel taxes
Why We Love Palm Beach
Since the city's founding by oil-and-real-estate tycoon Henry Flagler, Palm Beach has dedicated itself to exclusivity on all levels. Witness Worth Avenue—the East Coast's Rodeo Drive.
Between Worth Ave. and Indian Rd.
Best Day Trip: Beat the heat at the 100,000-square-foot Henry Flagler Museum. Built in 1902 as a Mediterranean-style palace for the entrepreneur's third wife, the estate now hosts concerts and rotating exhibitions in 55 restored Gilded Age rooms.
One Whitehall Way.
Where to Eat: Named for a traditional Caribbean wood grill used to cook food over an open fire, Buccan restaurant specializes in American-style tapas such as bacon-wrapped Florida peaches and Colorado lamb scottadito.
350 S County Rd.
Dinner for two $50.
Where to Drink: Patrons of the jungle-patterned Leopard Lounge, located inside the Chesterfield Hotel, dance to nightly musical performances alongside a well-stocked bar of cognacs, grappas, whiskeys, and bourbons and a dedicated cigar room.
363 Cocoanut Row.
Why Go Now
September 1 - 30, 2013
Flavor Palm Beach
Month-long event showcasing the best of local dining with lip-smacking prix fixe menus.
Multiple restaurants around town.
October 11-13 + 18-20, 2013
40th Oktoberfest Palm Beaches
Oktoberfest South Florida-style with traditional German food like sausage, sauerkraut and strudel plus authentic German folk music.
5111 Lantana Road, Lake Worth.
Dec 13-17, 2013
Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival
Foodies of every stripe—award-winning chefs; Food Network hosts; gourmet food purveyors—descend on Palm Beach each December for this charity cooking fête.
Admission $75 - $250