Further demonstrating the powerful link between the Hamptons and South Florida, Palm Beach’s iconic Colony Hotel is popping up at Christie’s Southampton this summer, kicking off a season of 75th anniversary celebrations for the historic Art Deco former auto shop next to Agawam Park.
Launched on Wednesday, August 10 and continuing through Sunday, September 4, Hamptonites can experience a bit of Palm Beach and The Colony’s immersive tropical oasis designed by famed floral designer Lewis Miller with a hospitality activation open to the public.
In celebration of the ongoing partnership between Palm Beach’s “Pink Paradise” and the legendary auction house, guests will discover The Colony’s signature double scalloped umbrellas, cabana stripe loungers, and, of course, the unmistakable pink and green Beach Buggy, in the heart of Southampton.
It’s the perfect spot for a Florida fix, and to grab a glimpse into the singular Colony experience.
The Colony at Christie’s Southampton will be open from noon–6 p.m., Wednesday to Sunday, at 1 Pond Lane in Southampton Village.
About The Colony in Palm Beach
For those who don’t know it, the Colony Palm Beach is an 89-room property providing unique, curated offerings for guests of all ages delivered with world-class boutique service.
As they see it, The Colony is much more than a hotel, it’s a state of mind — “a place to connect meaningfully and authentically with one of the world’s most storied destinations,” steps from both Worth Avenue and the Atlantic Ocean.
The inveterate hotel is dedicated to maintaining a rich tradition of culinary excellence and sophisticated entertainment in a vibrant social setting that is both welcoming and refreshingly unpretentious.