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It’s that time of year when Christmas parties are in full swing and everyone is feeling festive! To help your party go off with a jingle we’ve got a festive recipe from the Head Barman at The Chesterfield Palm Beach.
2 oz. Bailey’s Irish Cream
1 oz. Peppermint Schnapps… [read more]
The National Croquet Center, built on ten lush acres in West Palm Beach, is the headquarters of the Croquet Foundation of America. It features a magnificently elegant 19,000 square foot Florida Keys style clubhouse that sits in the midst of a vast and near-perfect lawn divided into 12 full-size croquet… [read more] Continue reading
The Norton Museum of Art in Palm Beach is currently hosting an exhibition entitled “Cocktail Culture” that explores the social rituals of the cocktail hour through the lens of fashion and design. Featuring more than 150 objects, including attire, accessories, ads, decorative arts, illustrations, photography and more from the 1920s… [read more] Continue reading
Palm Beach County is blessed with some of the greatest big-game fishing in the world. The warm, fertile waters of the Atlantic’s Gulf Stream are closer here than anywhere else in the United States – literally a ten minute boat ride. Sailfish are routinely caught within sight of the beach,… [read more] Continue reading
The area around the island that is now known as Palm Beach was, from the early 18th century, home to the Seminole Indians. By the end of the 1700s their numbers were swelled by slaves who escaped from rice plantations in South Carolina and Georgia, becoming known as Black Seminoles.… [read more] Continue reading
Polo has been around a long time – it was first played in Persia way back in the 5th century BC (and possibly much earlier than that). Tribesmen used the game as training for cavalry battles, with up to 100 players on either side. It gradually became the country’s national… [read more] Continue reading
Worth Avenue is aptly named – it’s one of the world’s most famous shopping streets, with a wealth of luxury goods, highly prized by the rich and famous who frequently wander the sidewalks.
For over 100 years the lush island of Palm Beach has attracted royalty, celebrities, socialites, politicians, personalities,… [read more] Continue reading
Thanksgiving Day is a harvest festival celebrated primarily in the United States and Canada, to give thanks for the bountiful crops. It’s a holiday to express gratitude, and appreciation to God, family and friends for all the material possessions and relationships one has been blessed with. In the United States… [read more] Continue reading
Whitehall is a monument to the extraordinary life of Henry Morrison Flagler, a man whose rise to riches mirrors the explosive emergence of the United States as the world’s greatest power.
Born in 1830, he started work aged 14, in the grain store of L.G. Harkness and Company at a… [read more] Continue reading
We hope you’ve had an enjoyable stay at one of our thirteen luxury family-run boutique hotels. When you stay at a Red Carnation Hotel, you’re more than a customer; you are our guest.
It’s therefore very important for us to continually improve our service to ensure guests’ have the best… [read more] Continue reading