As people return to the Sunshine State with the pandemic (hopefully) at the forefront of their vacation planning, many resorts are doing their best to ensure that guest safety is the top priority. From mask requirements to strict social distancing policies, with plenty of contact-free temperature taking in between, there will be no shortage of guidelines and protocols to follow.
But what if you could remove other people entirely from the picture? All while enjoying a delicious White Cosmo or a New Fashioned from an award-winning restaurant. That’d definitely deliver more peace of mind.
Everything about The Brazilian Court in Palm Beach oozes luxury, style and sophistication, so it shouldn’t surprise anyone that this swanky South Florida property even takes the concept of social distancing very seriously. The boutique hotel’s “Private Plane to Paradise” package (say that fives time fast) puts a huge emphasis on personal space, which is at a premium right now.
For starters, as the name suggests, the trip begins with roundtrip private air service from West Palm Jets. Once you arrive at the airport, a personal chauffeur from Britannica Luxury Transportation will scoop you up and take you to The Brazilian Court, where you’ll be privately checked into luxury accommodations that “summon the feel of a private Palm Beach residence.” Feel like slipping away to grab a meal or drinks somewhere other than Café Boulud? Your personal chauffeur will handle that as well.
Rest assured this package does not come cheap—the minimum three-night stay starts at $28,740—but unparalleled privacy is well worth it right now. The package also includes a “superior level of cleanliness,” which comes in addition to The Brazilian Court’s new protocol for keeping all guests safe and healthy.
In addition to all hotel staff, including Café Boulud’s employees, wearing masks at all times, The Brazilian Court will be enforcing social distancing throughout public areas, including the lobby, where guests will stand at least six feet apart. Same goes for the pool, courtyard and salon, which will be using two guest rooms for private treatment sessions. Above all else, the hotel has put a major focus on routinely disinfecting all guest touch points, while Café Boulud will be providing one-use menus.
If you choose to travel right now, please do so with not only your own safety in mind, but also the safety of others, including the hotel’s employees. Be sure to keep up to date on all local, state and resort policies before booking, and especially during the trip. And please, for the sake of you and everyone around you, wear a mask when required.