Omphoy Ocean Resort

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

2842 South Ocean Boulevard (formerly Hilton Palm Beach), Palm Beach, Florida, 33480, United States
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86%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
49%
309
Very Good
25%
160
Average
12%
75
Poor
7%
46
Terrible
5%
32

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 34% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families74
  • Couples77
  • Solo82
  • Business68

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Accomodation

by GUYON

I am searching a hotel on Ocean Blvd, South or North the route 704 (Royal palm Beach Way).
Unusefull to tell me the Breakers, I would be blind if I had not see this hotel on Internet.
Thanks
RAY

RE: Accomodation

by PeaceJoySmile

The Ritz Carlton is by Lake Worth beach on South Ocean Blvd.
There are hotels and inns right off Ocean Blvd.
can you stay off the ocean?
can you stay outside Palm Beach?

the best value is on Singer Island if you need to be right on the ocean.
it's also about 10 minutes from the island of palm beach.

Travel Tips for Palm Beach

SPORTS AND...

by fga

SPORTS AND RECREATION

 National Parks
 Municipal Beaches
 County Beaches
 Marinas
 Recreation Facilities
 Municipal Parks
 County Parks
 SPORTS
 baseball
 basketball
 Bicycle Motorcross
 Boating
 Croquet
 Equestrian
 Fishing
 Fitness  Football
 Golf
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 Hockey
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architecture

by doug48

the town of palm beach has scores of architectually significant public buildings and homes. many of the buildings and mansion's mediterranean style was influenced by the famous south florida architect addison mizner. to see some of palm beaches most magnificant mansions take ocean blvd. north and south of worth ave.

W. Palm Beach, Florida

by badtrips

"sunny palm lines streets and lushlife"

Rated the Best Mid-sized city in America, W. Palm Beach is a funky city frequented by people from all walks of life. The attractions are naturally, geared toward beaches and boating, but there are attractions for singles, as well as families.

While in W. Palm Beach, I stayed at the Breakers (http://www.thebreakers.com/about_the_breakers/), a beautiful AAA 5 diamond rated hotel. Just visiting the Breakers is a reason to go to W. Palm.

The beaches & people are beautiful, and the weather is fantastic!

Home of the Uber-rich

by yooperprof

"Flagler Museum"

Henry Flagler (1830-1913) was one of the men who helped to create the Florida resort industry, and this museum in Palm Beach - his former mansion - stands as testament to his energy and power. Flagler was born in upstate New York, and made his fortune working with John D. Rockefeller and the monopolistic and very profitable Standard Oil Company. (Flagler was Rockefeller's right-hand man, so-to-speak, and he did very well by it, thank-you-very-much.)

Flagler was one of the first major investors to realize the possibilities of Florida Real Estate. Starting in the 1880s, he began to buy up enormous tracts of land in South Florida. He also invested in local and regional railway companies, steamship lines, and hotels. All told he invested over $40 million in Florida projects in the late 19th century - an enormous sum of money back then. This mansion in tony Palm Beach contains an interesting assortment of items associated with Flagler's glory years, and it certainly reflects the wealth that he possessed and which later made Palm Beach synonymous with America's plutocracy.

"Society of the Four Arts"

The wealthy residents of Palm Beach have many amenities in their community. One of them is the cultural center of "The Society of the Four Arts," a library, gallery, and scupture park that is immediately off "Royal Palm Way," on the Inter-Coastal waterway.

When I was there in May 2005, the gallery and the sculpture garden were closed "for the season," the season having ended in April when so many Palm Beach residents leave to visit some of their other properties around the world.

The "pod" has landed in Palm Beach.

Actually, this is an "installation" on the grounds of the Society of the Four Arts.

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 Omphoy Ocean Resort

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Address: 2842 South Ocean Boulevard (formerly Hilton Palm Beach), Palm Beach, Florida, 33480, United States