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Travel Information: COVID-19

Your ongoing support has been humbling during this defining moment in history, and has served as a strong reminder why we are passionate about what we do and the special moments you have shared with us. After carefully following the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Florida and Palm Beach County Departments of Health, Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa will reopen on Wednesday, July 1, 2020.

The health and safety of our guests, fellow hoteliers and vendors is our top priority and we have spent the last two months preparing for our reopening by implementing enhanced health and safety measures for your comfort. Effective June 25, 2020, by Order of the Palm Beach County Board of Commissioners, all guests and visitors at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa are required to wear a facial covering indoors unless they are prohibited from wearing facial covering due to a medical condition, or if wearing a facial covering conflicts with their religious beliefs or practices,  or while actively exercising while practicing social distancing.  Children under two (2) years of age and children enrolled in the Children’s Program  are not required to wear a facial covering.  Facial coverings are also required when entering or leaving the indoor areas of the resort and upon entering or leaving an indoor restaurant.  Facial masks are not required for any activity outdoors if CDC 6 foot guidelines are practiced.  Facial coverings are not required while consuming food or beverages in any restaurant. The resort will supply complimentary face masks upon request. The Order is set to expire on July 25.

Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa Safe Stay Program
Guest Health and Safety Promise
Hours of Operation beginning July 1st.

We look forward to welcoming you with our warm and heartfelt Eau Palm Beach hospitality. We are here for you and available to answer any questions you may have about travel to Palm Beach. For additional resources:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Florida Department of Health
CDC Travel Advisory
World Health Organization