3 Florida Hotels Among the Top 10 Hotels Favored by Multi-Millionaires

L. Cane

For many of us, staying at a hotel can feel like a luxury. It can feel indulgent to use fluffy, thick towels that someone else will wash. That said, some of us stay in chain hotels that are moderately priced because they are easily booked and within our budgets.

Thankfully, Florida has many such hotels all across the state. And some options are close to attractions, beaches, and state parks.

However, a new report, indicates that America's multi-millionaires may not be frequenting the same hotels as some Floridians and Americans. In fact, the Henley and Partners Wealth Report shows that multi-millionaires favor three Florida hotels so much, that they are among the top 10 in the country for that demographic.

One Florida hotel was named number one in the entire country for multi-millionaires - the Breakers in Palm Beach.

Details About the Breakers in Palm Beach, Number 1: So why would a multi-millionaire favor Palm Beach's The Breakers? It has always been an exclusive property, dating back to 1896. Located on Palm Beach Island, the resort is right on the Atlantic Ocean, so there are lovely views everywhere you look.

Many rooms have balconies to facilitate sunrise or sunset views over the ocean. There are 8 restaurants onsite, four separate pool areas, a private beach, Florida's oldest golf course, and 10 tennis courts. You really don't need to leave the resort if you don't want to. However, all of this luxury doesn't come cheap. Even "inexpensive" rooms run around $1,500 sometimes.

Details About Fisher Island Club, Miami Beach, Number 5: This hotel was formerly known as the Vanderbilt Mansion as the property was part of the William K. Vanderbilt estate in the 1920s. There are 15 properties onsite, made up of cottages with multiple bedrooms, each with its own jacuzzis, courtyards, and a private beach.

There are 8 restaurants of varying types, from fine dining to casual. There is also a golf course and tennis courts. To get to the club, one must take a ferry or plane, so privacy is not an issue. Rates were hard to determine, as every weekend I used to get an estimate was sold out.

Details About Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa, Orlando, Number 6: Part of the popularity of this resort likely stems from its access to Walt Disney World. It's located on the monorail loop so you have easy access to the theme parks. There is a kids' pool area that looks more like a water park complete with slides and waterfalls. There is also a beach.

The resort is quite lovely with a Victorian exterior that is big on charm, although it's spread out on no less than 40 acres. Rooms are at least 400 square feet, depending on which you choose, and the award-winning Victoria and Albert's restaurant is here, as long as you're willing to wear a dinner jacket. Spring prices run around $900 per night.

The Rest of the List: 3 Florida hotels made the list, but hotels all over the country made up the top 10. Here is the list of the top 10 hotels favored by multi-millionaires in the United States.

1. The Breakers, Palm Beach, Florida

2. Bellagio, Las Vegas, Nevada

3. The Plaza Hotel, New York City

4. The Beverly Hills Hotel, California

5. Fisher Island Club, Miami Beach, Florida

6. Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa, Miami, Florida

7. El Encanto, Santa Barbara, California

8. Rancho Valencia Resort and Spa, Rancho Santa Fe, California

9. The Mansion at MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada

10. The Little Bell, Aspen, Colorado

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