The hotel stands one street north of Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach’s original Main Street, and fewer than two blocks from the Atlantic Ocean. White Elephant Palm Beach sits on the corner of Sunset Avenue, the southeast corner of Bradley Place, adjacent to the Intracoastal Waterway and Bradley Park, which has been restored and serves as a grand lawn to the hotel. In recent years, this historic area of Palm Beach has undergone a revitalization including the development of the Royal Poinciana Plaza shopping area and the completion of the Flagler Memorial Bridge.
White Elephant Palm Beach features 13 rooms and 19 suites, with outdoor spaces and lush landscaping. Spacious suites, including many with outdoor decks, are available, along with two rooftop suites on the fourth floor deck. In-room amenities include:
One of Nantucket’s most innovative restaurants, Lola is open at White Elephant Palm Beach. Lola 41 Palm Beach offers creative international cuisines and bar libations. From grilled local fish and seafood to sushi, Mediterranean salads, pastas and the Lola burger—with its special foie gras sauce, LoLa 41 is becoming the place to eat in Palm Beach.
For a private dining experience, order room service and dine in the comfort of your lavish room or suite, from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.. Enjoy local favorites and comfort food from our specialized in-room dining menu.
White Elephant Palm Beach offers elegant and chic venues for weddings and special events, including a grand lawn, a beautiful pool terrace, and two rooftop suites with terraces. Wedding planners can also rent out the entire resort for the wedding party and festivities.
Palm Beach is a world-famous South Florida vacation destination, known for its beautiful architecture, luxury shopping and dining, gorgeous beaches, serenity, and outdoor activities, like boating on the Intracoastal Waterway.
The heart of Palm Beach County, Palm Beach is located close to the cities of West Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Lake Worth, Jupiter, Boca Raton and Delrey Beach. Palm Beach is 46 miles from Fort Lauderdale and 73 miles from Miami on the South Florida coast.
Per ADA regulations, service dogs are welcome with their owners. The service dog must be under the owner's control at all times, whether this is by the means of a leash, hand gestures or voice control, the dog cannot become unruly or a disturbance to other hotel guests. In addition, if the service dog were to damage anything in the hotel room, the guest is liable for the cost of those damages.