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The Royal Palm South Beach oceanfront resort, just north of Ocean Drive, was  built in 1939 and retains many of its original design elements.

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The Royal Palm South Beach oceanfront resort, just north of Ocean Drive, was built in 1939 and retains many of its original design elements.

Directly fronting the Intracoastal on Royal Palms signature street, this designer-furnished Georgian-inspired estate offers comfortably elegant South Florida living. Mastering a mix of traditional architecture and relaxed modern sophistication, this tropical Georgian-inspired estate stands on 100 feet of direct Intracoastal Waterway frontage on Royal Palm Way, the signature street of Boca Ratons world-famous Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club.

Directly fronting the Intracoastal on Royal Palms signature street, this designer-furnished Georgian-inspired estate offers comfortably elegant South Florida living. Mastering a mix of traditional architecture and relaxed modern sophistication, this tropical Georgian-inspired estate stands on 100 feet of direct Intracoastal Waterway frontage on Royal Palm Way, the signature street of Boca Ratons world-famous Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club.

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An all-inclusive resort often seems like the obvious choice when planning a budget-friendly vacation. Everything is (supposedly) included, so (supposedly) what you pay upfront is the only fee you'll incur, and you can (supposedly) drink, dine, and play till your heart's content. But unfortunately, some hotels that bill themselves as "all-inclusive" have plenty of caveats: VIP-only pools, limited dining hours, and hefty fees for just about anything extra -- to name just a few. So you won't…

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