The Brazilian Court Hotel Accepted Into Global Luxury Travel Group Virtuoso®

USA, Palm Beach, Florida. May 18, 2021

The Brazilian Court Hotel, a luxury boutique property situated on Palm Beach Island, has been accepted into Virtuoso®'s exclusive portfolio of luxury travel partners, comprised of more than 2,000 preferred suppliers in 100 countries. According to Stacy Lee, Director of Sales and Marketing at The Brazilian Court, inclusion in Virtuoso will open up new sales and marketing opportunities to the network's luxury travel advisors and their highly desirable clientele. Virtuoso agencies worldwide sell an average of (U.S.) $25-$30 billion annually, making the network the most significant player in luxury travel.

"Virtuoso's acceptance process is incredibly selective, so becoming a preferred partner is a true honor," said Lee. "The reputation Virtuoso member agencies have for outstanding dedication to their clients is a perfect fit with our own bespoke approach to service. Now that we're part of this renowned network, we look forward to offering Virtuoso advisors and their clients the special amenities, values and experiences that surpass their expectations."

The Brazilian Court Hotel joins Virtuoso's collection of the finest luxury hotels, resorts, cruise lines, airlines, tour operators and other suppliers worldwide. These partners, which specialize in world-class client service and experiences, provide superior offerings, rare opportunities and exceptional value for Virtuoso clients. These prestigious providers are able to market to Virtuoso clients via network vehicles and to Virtuoso agencies through multiple communications channels and events, including Virtuoso Travel Week, luxury travel's largest worldwide gathering. Brazilian Court's acceptance into Virtuoso gives it direct relationships with the world's leading leisure travel agencies in North and Latin America, the Caribbean, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Africa and the Middle East.

A boutique hotel built before the concept was even invented, The Brazilian Court has been a comforting cloistered enclave since its 1926 debut - its intimate setting and residential touches granting every guest a sense of belonging. Conveniently nestled in the heart of America's First Resort DestinationTM, the historic landmark places guests just steps from both the sapphire Atlantic Ocean and Worth Avenue, the world's most exclusive purveyor of luxury goods, art galleries and fine dining. On property, guests are invited to savor the cuisine of internationally acclaimed chef Daniel Boulud at Café Boulud, indulge in five-star pampering at The Brazilian Court Salon or simply vanish into tranquility by the secluded, palm-fringed pool. The hotel offers 80 studio rooms and suites, communal spaces for working or relaxing, two tropical open-air courtyards that are perfect for unwinding with a good book or cocktail, on- site bike rentals, a 24-hour fitness center and pet-friendly rooms, among additional features. The Brazilian Court is also marked as the first hotel in Palm Beach County to receive GBAC STAR accreditation - the industry's highest standards of cleaning, disinfection and infectious disease prevention. Plus, with the ability to access select suites without entering the central lobby or elevators, multiple entrances and exits and a socially-distanced-friendly layout, The Brazilian Court Hotel is perfectly suited for these unique times.

For more information about The Brazilian Court Hotel, call 561.655.7740 or visit www.thebraziliancourt.com.


Entrance to The Brazilian Court Hotel
Luxury Room at The Brazilian Court Hotel
Courtyard at The Brazilian Court Hotel
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Tags: luxury hotel, boutique hotel, Palm Beach, Virtuoso

About The Brazilian Court Hotel

About Virtuoso

Media Contacts:

Brooke Youngblood
Account Manager
The Zimmerman Agency
T: +1 850-668-2222
E: byoungblood@zimmerman.com
W: https://www.thebraziliancourt.com
Misty Belles
Managing Director, Global Public Relations
Virtuoso
T: +1 202-553-8817
E: mbelles@virtuoso.com
W: https://www.virtuoso.com

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