Spend the Day at an Artful Destination for Inspiration, Indulgence, and Retreat!
The Royal Poinciana Plaza serves as an idyllic backdrop for intimate gatherings with family and friends, boutique events, community traditions, and philanthropic soirees. In case you’re not familiar, The Royal is an iconic, open-air destination built in the late 1950s, designed by world-renowned architect John Volk. It was recently restored by Samantha Perry David of UpMarkets, a division of WS Development, and the restoration has brought the jewel box plaza back to its original mid-century glamour. The property features over 180,000 square feet of retail space and sprawling gardens, and its redevelopment has attracted a variety of sought-after brands, including Hermès, Kirna Zabête, Saint Laurent, Assouline, and Sant Ambroeus (their first outpost outside of NY) among many others.
Encompassing some of the best shopping, dining and beauty/wellness destinations on the island, The Royal Poinciana Plaza truly represents the “new” Palm Beach. Furthermore, with the opening of the new Brightline railway, the property is just a short train ride away for South Florida residents! The property makes for the perfect day trip for the whole family whether it be enjoying sips and nibbles, shopping, or a much-needed manicure or facial. In addition to The Royal Poinciana Plaza’s diverse range of tenants, the property has several weekly “Royal Traditions.” These include, “Music in the Courtyard” on Thursdays, “The Summer Fitness Series” on Saturdays, and “Backgammon and Bubbles” on Sundays.