We are open at The Royal Poinciana Plaza
in West Palm Beach Florida
The world-renowned classical architect, John L. Volk, designed the Royal Poinciana Plaza in the 1950s. During the early days, Gucci and FAO Schwartz took place there. All this time, Royal Poinciana lived up to its status as the gem of Palm Beach. Its beautiful architecture and inviting courtyards remain the distinctive warmth and charm of the city.
Thee island of Palm Beach is home to legendary resorts, exquisite mansions and historic landmarks. Lined with stately palm trees, Palm Beach is known worldwide for its year-round shopping nirvana, smooth-sand beaches and some of the nation’s most enticing waterways. Palm Beach has a way of making any visitor feel privileged. It is separated by intercostal waterway from neighboring cities and consists of a population of 10,468. Palm Beach got its name from a Spanish shipwreck Providencia in 1878. Providencia was carrying coconut palm that was later salvaged and planted in what is now Palm Beach.
As the eastern most town of Florida, it has a tropical rainforest climate where no dry season is to be seen. The city is supported by a Tri-Rail located in West Palm Beach connecting to Miami, high speed Brightline and bicycles as their main transportation.
One of Palm Beach’s main shopping centers is well on the way to finishing its renovations and announce a new list of world-class restaurants and retailers that plan to make the plaza their new Palm Beach home. Royal Poinciana aims to create a luxurious surrounding by adding outdoor seating, restoring courtyard fountains, installing cast-stone sidewalks, repainting buildings, updating electrical systems and altering traffic flow.
Visitors no longer have to run from one area to another, but rather enjoy the full shopping experience the Royal Poinciana Plaza has to offer. On-property bike rentals make it the perfect start, end, or resting point for a day spent taking in the stunning sights along the nearby Palm Beach Lake Trail.