It will soon be easier for our New York friends to escape to the sunshine of Palm Beach.
Starting Nov. 10, Delta Air Lines will be launching new routes from New York's Westchester County Airport (HPN) to Orlando and West Palm Beach, the carrier confirmed to Travel + Leisure.
The routes to both Florida destinations will operate on a daily basis and are available to book now.
Both flights will be operated on a Boeing 717 aircraft. The flight to Orlando International Airport (MCO) will depart at 7:15 a.m., and return at 11:30 a.m., while the flight to West Palm Beach (PBI) will depart at 3:00 p.m. and return at 7:15 p.m.
Once landed, getting to the White Elephant Palm Beach is a breeze. The hotel stands one street north of Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach's original Main Street, and less than two blocks from the Atlantic Ocean. White Elephant Palm Beach is adjacent to Bradley Park, which has been restored and serves as a grand lawn to the hotel. White Elephant Palm Beach is less than 15 minutes from Palm Beach International Airport (PBI).
For those traveling from Miami or Fort Lauderdale, White Elephant Palm Beach is five minutes from the Brightline railway station, and conveniently close to the Flagler Memorial Bridge for those choosing to drive.