Palm Beach's legendary PGA National Resort unveils a multi-million dollar transformation, revitalizing every corner of the iconic resort. With fully updated guest rooms and meeting spaces, new dining concepts, wellness offerings and new programming, this South Florida gem provides an unforgettable experience.

“With this transformation, nothing was out of bounds. Our goal was to disrupt the misconception of a one-dimensional golf resort with a 360-degree luxury travel experience,” said Patrick Brophy, Managing Director of PGA National Resort. “The key to this revitalization was finding a balance between world-class golf and imaginative dining, wellness and resort lifestyle.”

Guest Rooms & Suites

The resort’s 360 guest rooms and private villas were designed by KTGY Simeone Deary Design Group for curated comfort with hand-selected custom furnishings that pay homage to the charm and elegance of 1960s Palm Beach chic, a theme that runs throughout the property. The rooms are a complete departure from its previous iteration – featuring wingback headboards, bed frames in dark brown and crème, accentuated with custom vintage black-and-white palm-leaf wallpaper, plush area rugs and lacquered and caned case goods. Select rooms feature dusty rose velvet curved sofas and all rooms offer an outdoor lounge, allowing guests the option to relax indoors or outdoors and truly embrace the resort lifestyle.

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Meeting Space

PGA National Resort offers 40,000 square feet of indoor meeting and event spaces and more than 20,000 square feet of outdoor options. From luxurious weddings to C-level meetings, the resort will cater to all audiences, ensuring each guest has everything needed for a successful event. In addition to these new features, the resort has plans to unveil brand new spaces for guests throughout 2022, including a new member’s club and a pool complex with multiple water features. These new additions will position the resort as the new pre-eminent location for galas, weddings, C-suite level meetings and other social functions.

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Common Areas

1960s Palm Beach chic inspires a timeless vibrancy where swagger meets modern luxury. Tradition and sleek modernity meet in the lobby with its two grandiose chandeliers resembling upside-down palm leaves, complete with ‘60s-inspired pocket seating and period furniture pieces that include a light cream semi-circle sofa paired with frayed ottomans and retro chairs in varying colors, patterns and designs from gold and pink to cheetah and burnt orange. The reception area takes on a more understated design with a neutral color palette, primarily light- and medium-toned wood elements as well as subdued gold wall panels.

The focal point of the redesigned lobby is the bar, illuminated at its center by a massive replica of a banyan tree featuring over 1,500 LED lights inspired by the legendary trees that reside within the City of Palm Beach Gardens, with hand blown glass molded with metal. The stylish and sophisticated bar features a striking dark burgundy and black marbled counter set against vibrant pinks and greens. Guests can take a seat on palm-green cushioned counter stools while sipping on classic cocktails while they plan the night’s adventure.

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