Hilton Suites Boca Raton

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

7920 Glades Road, Boca Raton, Florida, 33434, United States

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    Excellent Hotel


    This hotel, which is centrally located, was great for a number of reasons including nice and clean rooms, a fantastic included buffet breakfast and a very nice pool area. We stayed here for 4 nights and attended my Niece's wedding in nearby Delray Beach.

    The interior courtyard is decorated with fountains and palm trees and reminds one a tad of the Contemporary in Walt Disney World.

    Unique Quality: The best part of the stay at this hotel was the included buffet breakfast. You can avail yourself of a variety of juices hot and cold cereal, various baked goods plus, you can have made for you, eggs of any sort or pancakes, waffles or french toast. All of which were delicious.

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Best of Boca?

by just4funds

We'll be there for a weekend in August. Looking for suggestions for restaurants as well as other activities. We're pretty open minded, although my wife is not much of a seafood person.

Thanks for any help you can offer. Safe travels!

Re: Best of Boca?

by lauramfoy

Well Boca is one of the richest communities on Florida's East Coast and absolutely beautiful. Once you arrive at your destination I'm sure you won't have one bit of trouble finding something to do. Enjoy your trip and I envy you as it's been years since I have been to Boca.

Enjoy your trip

Re: Best of Boca?

by SunTanBob

Meisner Park is good as far as restaurants, shops, etc. Occasionally they hold concerts there as well you can actually hear perfectly from one of the many outdoor type cafes or restaurants if you don't want to get a ticket. Pete's of Boca (west on Glades) is an outstanding restaurant.

RE: Best of Boca?

by ylisa

boca is residental . i would probable go boating of some sort . either splurge alittle and go on a catamarin , rent a boat or the cheap way is to go on the water taxi . It will pick you up and you can go on and off continiously through the day . It does not go all the way up to boca .You pick it up 10 to 15 minutes south and it goes into ft lauderdale . Can't beat the experience especially for the amount of money . It considered publix transportation and a whole day is ridiculously cheap . Have lunch , do a little shopping .you can make a whole day of it. . resturants are too many to name . I guess for the over-all "floridan" experience go aliitle south 15 minutes to JB on the beach ( Foods good atmosphere is great) .They have alittle of everything . It on deerfield beach like an upscale fridays type menu.. Very close . If you need more detailed help .....your welcomed to email at whyy@aol.com . good luck. Also 10 minutes north there is a strip of resturant , clubs interesting shops atlantic blvd in Delray . It gets hoping at night especially .

RE: Best of Boca?

by TRimer

Mizner Park in Boca is a pretty place to spend an afternoon shopping. The restaurants (except for Mark's on the Park) are basically chains - Ruby Tuesdays and American Cafe- as are the shops. Marks is good but not great. We always prefer to go to Delray Beach to the restaurants there. In Delray you have lots of great restaurants to choose from. I don't care for seafood either and have no trouble finding lots to eat. I recommend the Sunday house for a real special meal or Sunday brunch (ask to sit in the gazebo/outside area), J&Js Raw Bar (great salads, etc.), and Splendid Blended.

Travel Tips for Boca Raton

You too can retire here!

by TRimer

Boca Raton is the product of a rich and fascinating history, a study in utter defeat and extraordinary success; of Japanese farmers, captains of industry, Hollywood stars - remarkable individuals with courage and vision.

The Boca story begins with its first residents, the Calusa Indians, for whom the Everglades and Boca Raton represented a bounty of natural resources. The name Boca Raton, although first associated with a Biscayne Bay inlet, was attached to the present site by 1838. In 1895, in stark contrast to the prized real estate that was to come later, the first house was built by civil engineer Thomas Moore Rickards. With the completion of Henry Morrison Flagler's Florida East Coast Railway in 1896, families arrived from Georgia and South Carolina, and the fledgling settlement was born.

It was in the 1920s that the sleepy town of Boca Raton began to change, marked by three important developments: the incorporation of the town; the purchase of oceanfront property by a group of Palm Beach and Northern investors headed by society architect Addison Mizner; and the announcement of plans to build a giant, beachfront hotel complex, Mizner-style. (These plans were soon scrapped in favor of the Ritz-Carlton Cloister Inn.)

Then came World War II. Boca Raton set aside 5,000 acres of facilities for 20,000 army personnel at what is now Florida Atlantic University. Because of the German submarine threat and fear of invasion, residents volunteered for four-hour shifts of spotter duty in a 30-foot-high wooden observation tower on the beach.

After the war years, Boca Raton's subtropical locale and beckoning business climate attracted the prestigious International Business Machines (IBM) and Florida Atlantic University; both set-up shop here in the mid-'60s. Other businesses with an eye to the future soon followed suit. Between 1965 and 1980, newcomers in pursuit of the good life tripled Boca Raton's population. Today, Greater Boca Raton's population is more than 180,000.

Bad Times for an Old Favorite- FINALLY CLOSED.

by nicolaitan about Bistro Zenith

This upscale American grill opened 5-7 years ago to rave reviews with a modern neon-based decor, well-prepared eclectic American menu, and a crowded bar featuring the young and trendy, similar to Ke'e Grill above. Over the last 2 years, there has been a steady disintegration of all the characteristics which made it so popular. Service is laughably inept except when just plain rude. Portion sizes are smaller, food quality has become sub-mediocre. Previous sophisticated seasoning has turned into bland underseasoning. A new (several weeks old) menu with the same items at higher cost only adds insult to injury. The only good thing about Bistro Zenith is that you can usually get in without a reservation now, unlike even 2 or 3 years ago (even when the place is half-empty you may well be banished to the bar for 10 minutes anyway). Even the martinis have become mediocre. The most irritating thing about Bistro Zenith is the new martini glasses. They have a peculiar bent stem. The result is an optical illusion enabling one to spill the drink when trying to set it on the table and usually on your hand. Perhaps they hope to get double orders. There are no special recommendations for eating here. I guess it is easier than cooking.

I work in this city

by sunlovey

"But I don't really like it"

There are a few good things about Boca though, i.e. Gumbo Limbo as listed on my West Palm Beach Page with a tip and travelogues, as well as beautiful happy hours at Pranzo in Mizner Park, and nice beaches.

The mall here has every store you'd ever want to shop at, but the clientele leaves MUCH to be desired.

So, I've opted to put stain glass images of Florida wildlife here on my Boca page since they were photographed here in Boca. :-)


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Address: 7920 Glades Road, Boca Raton, Florida, 33434, United States