The Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, is home to Donald Trump.


The Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, is home to President Donald Trump.

DONALD TRUMP has canceled a planned press conference at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, but what does the opulent Florida retreat look like in person?

Former US President Donald Trump, who has a billion-dollar net worth, is likely one of the wealthiest men to have ever served in the White House.

Trump owns a number of impressive estates, including the Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, but what does this sprawling Florida estate have to offer? Here’s a look inside the impressive Palm Beach property.

The historic estate, located on a large beachfront plot in Palm Beach, Florida, is an architectural work of urban art.

The resort, which is located between two major waterways, was designed by Marion Sims Wyeth and Joseph Urban.

On one side, the Atlantic Ocean, and on the other, Florida’s Intercoastal Waterway, the 62,500-square-foot estate is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean.

The beach hideaway, which was built in 1927, has a total of 126 rooms.

The historic Florida property dates back to the Jazz Age, also known as the Roaring Twenties.

The expansive property, which Trump refers to as “the great estate of Palm Beach,” is home to a slew of opulent features.

The following are some of the amenities offered at Mar-a-Lago:

From lounge areas to sports courts, the tropical setting boasts a plethora of impressive amenities.

The spacious area is surrounded by a neat border of tall palm trees that overlooks the Atlantic Ocean.

The resort’s seaside cabanas are just one of the many relaxing spots available to private members.

Millionaire club members have access to all of these amenities as well as five-star service from a large team of employees.

The resort has been recognized for its success, receiving the Academy of Hospitality Sciences’ Five Star and Six Star Diamond Award.

Mar-a-Lago was originally owned by millionaire businesswoman Marjorie Merriweather Post and gets its name from the Spanish term for “sea to lake.”

Marjorie owned the Palm Beach mansion until 1973, after inheriting it from her father, Charles William Post.

The heiress then decided to donate the lavish property to the US government to serve as the ‘winter White House.’

The mansion was estimated to be worth (dollar)7 million dollars when it was first built.

In today’s market, the amount is worth (dollar)93.5 million.

The one-of-a-kind beachfront resort was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1980.

Mar-a-Lago was the place to be.

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