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GETTING AROUND PALM BEACH ISLAND:
Getting around Palm Beach is quick and easy. From Palm Beach International Airport (KPBI), take a 10 minute taxi into town. There are plenty of available taxis at the airport, and the short drive into town will cost around $20. Alternatively, rent a car at the airport, hale an Uber ride, or ask JetsetPrivate Air to arrange to have Uber pick you up. If you would like to start in the center of town, ask your driver to take you to the world-famous Worth Avenue. Start at the Worth Avenue clock at the beach and walk down Worth Avenue exploring all the shops, cafes and Vias. Once in Palm Beach, you can walk almost everywhere or rent a bike from one of the local hotels, either way you will be able explore all of Palm Beach.
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We would be glad to assist you in planning your perfect trip to Palm Beach. For your charter flight, we can provide transportation to/from the departure and destination airports, pre-flight premium champagne and cocktails, snacks and light bites, customized in-flight catering from South Florida's finest restaurants and gourmet markets, and customized gift treats to make your flight truly special.
While in Palm Beach, we can also assist with hotel, restaurant and activity reservations, provide recommendations and insider access to the top hotspots, provide walking tours of the Island, and plan an entire evening or weekend for you and your guests - perfect for group travel or a romantic weekend escape.
For more information, contact us at 561.906.7153 or Flights@JetsetPrivateAir.com.
On the idyllic Island of Palm Beach, 1920's Mediterranean villas and charming flower-filled Vias built by Addison Mizner are set amongst a sophisticated, elegant tropical paradise of manicured hedges dotted with citrus trees and colorful bougainvillea. The town was founded in 1880's by the wealthy railroad industrialist Henry Flagler, who build the first hotel, the Royal Poinciana, as a winter retreat for wealthy winter weary Northerners. In the 1920's, the architect Addison Mizner designed the town to be reminiscent of Venice and the grand Mediterranean architecture of Europe with lavish hotels, opulent residents and winding streets filled with shops set amongst stunning landscaped gardens. The grand architecture, estates and hotels became the winter retreat for a new kind of American royalty who were eager to showcase their wealth with grandiose homes and an unending flow of extravagant parties.
Today, Palm Beach remains a pristine enclave of elegance and sophistication attracting the wealthy titians of industry as well as a host of others residents and visitors who relish in the beauty of the town, the friendly residents and the unmatched Palm Beach lifestyle.
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If you would like to start in the center of town, ask your driver to take you to the world-famous Worth Avenue. From there, you are walking distance from most in town shops, restaurants and the beautiful beach. You will find world-class boutiques, restaurants, cafes and the beautiful Vias. Start you morning at the beach near the Worth Avenue clock. Have a coffee or expresso at the Colony Hotel, then enjoy the morning soaking up the sun on the tranquil beaches. As you stroll down Worth Avenue, you can stop in some of the street's famous shops, swing by the two department stores, Saks and Neiman Marcus, and enjoy lunch in one Palm Beach's charming Vias. Classic Palm Beach hot spots for lunch include Taboo (Classic Palm Beach), Cafe Via Flora (Italian in stunning gardens), Pizza Al Fresco (Italian in a Mizner Courtyard) , BICE (Milanese Italian in a charming Palm Beach Via) or opt for Bricktops (Classic American). Dine al fresco and soak up the Palm Beach scene.
Now, you are ready to take in the sights. Explore the Vias, drenched in Mizner architectural history dating back to the 1920s, take a guided tour through the Palm Beach Preservation, and learn about Mizner and his fascinating vision for the town. Stop by the enchanting Pan's Garden to relax in the luxurious gardens.
Heading North you will find the glorious Mizner fountain and public gardens, completely restored to its original splendor in 2016. Further North you will come upon the Flagler Museum, set on the Intracoastal Waterway, the original home for Henry Flagler in 1902, now a museum. In season, you can stop for tea-time (reservations essential) or at the famous Breakers Hotel, a five-star palace, and one of the first hotels on the Island. New to the Island, is the Milanese favorite Sant Ambroeus, featuring exquisite homemade cakes and pastries and not to be missed expressos and cappuccinos.
Towards the end of the day, take in a performance or art exhibit at The Society of the Four Arts. The Society of the Four Arts host many daily events including art exhibits, musical performances, lectures, book signings, plays and other intellectual pursuits.
At night, there are a multitude of classic Palm Beach dinner options. Celebrate at Cafe L'Europe, a classic Palm Beach favorite for European and International cuisine. Whether you choose the Bistro Room for the more formal Dining Room, you are sure to run into some of the world's most influential people. For a classic Palm Beach experience, experience candle-lit tables in one of Mizner's elegant courtyards at Renatos, one of the most romantic Italian restaurants in town. For something less formal, dine at Buccans, where Chef Clay Conley, a James Beard nominated chef, has created the relaxed elegance of East Hampton in the center of Palm Beach - the hotspot for local Palm Beachers and a flow of beautiful people. Interested in getting one the sought-after reservations - just call us. We'll set up everything.
After a relaxing dinner, take a stroll down to the Ocean and feel the Ocean breezes. Stroll over the the Brazilian Court Hotel and Daniel Boulud, stellar restaurant for a night cap in the lobby lounge or savor the tropical breezes while relaxing with a cocktail in hand in the outdoor living room set in a Palm Beach paradise. Either way, you will make memories of a lifetime.
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GETTING THERE | CHARTER FLIGHTS TO PALM BEACH, FLORIDA | MAP
Getting to Palm Beach by charter flight is quick and easy. Palm Beach International Airport (KPBI) is only a 30 minute flight from Miami Executive Airport (KTMB). Once in Palm Beach, take a quick 10 minute taxi to Palm Beach Island. Uber is also available. JetsetPrivate Air can arrange for transportation into to town via Uber.
We offer Standard Charter Flights on your schedule. To purchase your charter flight, simply Schedule Your Flight, receive your E-mail Confirmation with your approved itinerary and price, and purchase by clicking on the photo below. It's that easy.
For more information, call us at 561.906.7153 or Flights@JetsetPrivateAir.com.
MIAMI EXECUTIVE AIRPORT | MAP
Miami Executive Airport is located about 35 minutes Southwest of Miami Beach and a quick taxi or Uber ride from Miami International. JetsetPrivate Air can arrange transportation via Uber to Miami Executive Airport from anywhere in South Florida. Simply tell us when you would like to be picked up and pay easily over mobile phone. We can arrange flights from other South Florida airports.
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