Concierge.com's insider take:
This is a British expat favoritenote the Union Jack fluttering above the entrancewith 52 rooms decorated to make these guests feel right at home. Flouncy bedspreads, heavy drapes, and antique-style desks seem borrowed directly from a chintzy English country house, though the huge TVs are flat-screens. There's a smallish pool with striped awnings and metal furniture that give a whiff of vintage Agatha Christie (the beach is three blocks away). The after-hours spots are worth stopping in even if you aren't staying at the hotel: The cigar menu at the Churchill Room is intense (pair a $25 Savinelli with a $175 shot of Louis XIII Remy Martin) and the Leopard Lounge is one of the few buzzy spots for an evening drink on the Island. That, and the hotel's quirky/quaint detailsdishes of jelly beans everywhere, satisfyingly hefty old-fashioned room keys instead of electronic cardslend the Chesterfield a sense of whimsy sorely missing from other Palm Beach hotels.
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