Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Palm Beaches area.
The towns of Palm Beach County, collectively referred to as the Palm Beaches, from Jupiter in the north to Boca Raton just above the Broward County line, offer an exceptional variety of natural outdoor activities, such as helicopter and balloon rides, wildlife preserves and an African safari, the best beaches on the Atlantic coast, shops and hotels favored by the wealthiest families in America, and an active nightlife that draws crowds even from surrounding counties. In the early 20th century, the Palm Beaches were once the end of the line for Flagler's railroad and tourists, beyond which lay nothing but an inhospitable, mosquito-infested jungle. Visitors rich enough to afford some of the first luxury automobiles would vacation in the Palm Beaches, and decided to build summer palaces as deep into Florida as they could go at the time. Equestrian communities also developed which still draw polo-playing guests such as the Prince of Wales. Even as civilization pressed further south, finally taming what are now Broward, Dade and Monroe counties, Palm Beach County continued to attract the descendants of the original settlers whose mansions remain here, permanently establishing for the Palm Beaches their signature ambiance of privilege, leisure and understated opulence.
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|·||South Palm Beaches||·||Central Palm Beaches|
|Lodging in Palm Beach County south of Boynton Beach. Includes Boca Raton and Delray Beach.||Includes downtown West Palm Beach, the international airport area, Lake Worth and Palm Beach.|
|·||North Palm Beaches||·||Lake Okeechobee South|
|Palm Beach County north of Riviera Beach, including North Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Juno Beach, and Jupiter areas.||Lodging in communities around the south end of Lake Okechobee, in western Palm Beach County and eastern Hendry County, including Clewiston, Belle Glade and others.|
|·||Fort Lauderdale Metro|
|Lodging options south of the Palm Beaches, in the communities of Broward County.|
Area Facts: The world famous palm trees along the streets of Palm Beach were planted to commemorate the wreck of the Providencia in the late 1800s. The local area code for the Palm Beaches is 561.
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