PGA: Climb Shopping’s Peak


The Gardens Mall
The Gardens Mall
Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort and Spa
Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Resort & Spa
PGA Commons
PGA Commons

Okay, there aren’t any high mountains, or even low-level hills for that matter, in The Palm Beaches. But what we do have is PGA Boulevard in Palm Beach Gardens, a majestic peak for shopping. This is one roadway where you can go all day, or maybe for a few days.


Gardens Mall

This is where you start. This mall has terrific big-name retailers: Nordstrom, H &M, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdale's and Macy's. This list is matched by a fine line-up of smaller store who have equally fine merchandise. And if you’re inside for lunch, for dinner, or both, P.F. Chang's China Bistro and Brio Tuscan Grille or the “Gardens Cafes” food court is your perfect place for a bite to eat. To show you how consumer-friendly The Gardens really is, it offers concierge service and valet parking. 


Since you’re also here for the beach. Take advantage of the Kick Start Your Shop package at the Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa. It includes a $25 mall gift card, complimentary valet parking, Starbucks coffee, appetizer at Brio and the “Shop. Dine. Save." booklet with $250 worth of savings.


Best of the Rest

We know, it’s hard to leave the Gardens Mall, but this article is about the entire PGA corridor. Downtown at the Gardens, Legacy Place, PGA Commons, Midtown – and those are just a few places. The whole corridor is superbly mixed with retail, dining and entertainment. You may never want to leave PGA Boulevard.