A proud heritage
The Chesterfield Palm Beach is located in the heart of a residential section of Palm Beach but still only two blocks north of the world famous Worth Avenue. Designed in the manner of a European bed and breakfast, it was built as The Lido-Venice in 1926 and renamed The Vineta in 1928. The hotel was renovated in 1937 by Palm Beach architect John L. Volk. While the hotel is registered with the Palm Beach Preservation foundation as a historical landmark, you can be sure our eyes are set firmly to the future. It undergoes annual refurbishments, none of which, however, are permitted to change the basic historic character of the property. Named The Chesterfield Palm Beach in 1989, the hotel today is a proud member of the Red Carnation Hotel Collection and Small Luxury Hotels of the World.