Imperial and Royal Poinciana Suites at The Breakers
The Royal Poinciana and Imperial suites at The Breakers have been remastered by internationally renowned designer Adam D. Tihany, who, acting as a design consultant to Peacock + Lewis, has served as longtime collaborator to the iconic Palm Beach property. Situated in corner spaces in the popular South Oceanfront Tower, the suites lay claim to some of the resort’s most coveted ocean views. In the redesign, both suite types have been outfitted with a new layout and elevated materials and finishes, exemplifying the inviting, understated elegance of The Breakers brand.
In keeping with the fresh, sophisticated design language of the recently reimagined South Oceanfront Tower guest rooms and suites, the Royal Poinciana suite exhibits luxury residential comfort at the highest level. The sunny color palette is anchored by shades of rich blues and greens, a welcomed connection to the vibrant seaside location. In the living room, the new furniture layout optimizes the postcard worthy views, creating a relaxed, open and functional living space. Sleek custom dining chairs reveal a pop of lively upholstered fabric, adding to the organic and floral detailing incorporated throughout the suite. The master bedroom features frosted bronze wall mirrors on either side of the headboard and custom upholstered wall panel. The curated art selection for the Royal Poinciana pairs vivid, contemporary forms with vintage Palm Beach photography, a celebration of the property’s storied history and artful, forward thinking aesthetic for generations to come.

The Imperial Suites have been completely reimagined with refined nautical inspiration. The stately new look incorporates bold, clean lines while preserving uniquely Palm Beach floral accents. The living and dining room areas are designed to feel cohesive yet independent, allowing guests the opportunity to experience the suite offerings as unique spaces. New wood flooring and a color palette rich in navy and gold hues call on the distinct design sensibility of a luxury yacht. This aesthetic is continued at the bar, which features a sculpted marble countertop and rounded mirror at the back wall. The rounded blue glass chandelier indulges a buoyant light in the dining room, its shape and lightness presenting subtle hints to the sea. In the bedroom, chrome-trimmed high gloss mahogany frames the elegant components of the back wall, where beveled accent mirrors and navy grass cloth wall covering border the custom blue and cream upholstered wall panel behind the headboard. The room is contemporary and clean, showcasing bespoke elements like the custom furnishings, new wall mouldings and blue lacquer finish on the desk. Throughout the suite, luxurious hand selected materials and careful attention to detail highlight a level of craftsmanship that lives up to the name ‘Imperial.’

Photography: Eric Laignel