Days Inn West Palm Beach - Airport North

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

2300 45th St, West Palm Beach, Florida, 33407, United States
Days Inn West Palm Beach - Airport North
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Costs 29% less but rated 21% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Cheapest way to get from Orlando to West Palm Beach

by Malya77

Hi! My boyfriend and I are coming from El Salvador to see Roger Water´s concert in West Palm Beach, but we´ll be staying in Orlando (Oviedo). We really need to know which is the cheapest way to get to West Palm Beach from Orlando (round trip). Thank you very much for your HELP.

Re: Cheapest way to get from Orlando to West Palm Beach

by Agraichen

It is 170 miles from West Palm to Orlando, give or take a few. have you considered levitation? I'd check bus and compare to renting a car without a milage limit. Figure on 2.5-3 hours each way driving.

Re: Cheapest way to get from Orlando to West Palm Beach

by JonoMan

Rent a car, so when you're in West Palm Beach you can check out Cityplace and Palm Beach! It takes about 2.0 - 2.5 hours to drive from Orlando.

Travel Tips for West Palm Beach

Over the bridge from Palm...

by cobrioc

Over the bridge from Palm Beach downtown West Palm Beach which is where everybody else lives.
Clematis Street is the area's nightlife hub,with a great selection of bars,clubs,and restaurants.
City Place is West Palm's of Mizner Park,shops,restaurants,and other entertainment options liven up this once-dead area of West Palm.Beaching, boating,and diving,you'll find great golf and tennis throughout the county. A world-class art museum to one of the top bird-watching in the state.

Lion Country Safari has a hugh...

by mcharlton

Lion Country Safari has a hugh cafeteria.
You get to see so many different varieties of animals from all over the world. None of the food was really my favorite but was eatable.
Bring a cooler full of your favorite foods and picnic in between the Safari and park.

Belly dancers-swanky atmosphere-middle east tapas

by sunlovey about Leila

Atmosphere is second to food for me when it comes to enjoying a restaurant. While I love Middle Eastern food, most Middle Eastern restaurants here lack atmosphere. Not Leila. It sits on the corner of Dixie HWY and Datura, a bit off the beaten path, since it's not on Clematis and not located within CityPlace. The interior is cast in soothing blue is dimly lit and swanky...

Wander out to the back patio area for a table surrounded by palm trees. Expect great music and a periodic visit from a belly dancer. Smoke the hookah pipe (if that's you're thing) after a delicious meal. And when it comes to your meal, I suggest you take advantage of their excellent tapas-like mezze menu... What we had...
Feta puffs- delectable! seriously, puff pastry bites filled with feta and mint
Falafel- made well here, crispy, delicious (ground chick peas, onion, spices)
Grilled Halloumi Cheese- oh my gosh, heaven. unique texture, tangy taste
Baba Ghanouj- a classic, great with their warm pita bread
Ratatouille- Eggplant, tomato, and onion lightly stewed with olive oil
Red Pepper-Walnut Tapenade- blended with garlic, lemon and pomegranate, so excellent
and of course
Hommous- theirs is creamy and divine

Do make reservations when coming for dinner, this place is extremely popular, deservedly.

singer island

by doug48

singer island is another beach option near west palm beach. to get to singer island take I-95 north to blue heron blvd. take blue heron east about three miles to singer island. in central singer island there is a beach access with free parking.

West Palm Beach & Surroundings

by sunlovey

"An attempt at an overview..."

The area: South Florida- Palm Beach County-
Spanning from Jupiter to the north to Boca Raton, one of the southern most cities in Palm Beach county.
(Please excuse my brevity, I'll just touch on things now and elaborate later)

Let's start with Jupiter/Palm Beach Gardens... rapidly developing as I type, check out MacArthur State Park's lovely beach, the Jupiter lighthouse, shop at the Gardens mall & experience Waterway Cafe on the Intracoastal on a Sunday night for live reggae.

And for a vast beach with a vintage feel, head over to Singer Island. Shops, snacks, beach gear rentals abound here.

Some would probably argue with me but I feel like West Palm is the center of this area- It runs along the Intracoastal waterway it shares with the ultra-posh Palm Beach (home of The Breakers Hotel, Mar A Lago, Worth Ave., breathtaking mansions, etc.)

There is the old downtown area- the main venue being Clematis street, chock full of nightclubs, bars, restaurants & some shops. During high season (Oct.-April) on Saturday mornings walk east on Clematis until you're at the library, take a left and you'll see the Green Market a bit down the road- boasting fresh fruit smoothies, locally grown veggies, teas, flowers, gourmet dog treats, lavender bunches, fresh squeezed orange juice, coffee etc. Thursday nights, right by the Library, enjoy live music & street vendors for "Clematis by Night." A nice cold beer to the music of a good reggae band is classic.

And then there is City Place, within easy walking distance from Clematis, a newer area of high-end mall type shops, nice restaurants, a comedy club, a muvico movie theater and at it's center, a historic theater which City Place was built around. Expect live music by the grand fountain most weekend nights and Sunday mornings. There is a Starbucks coffee at City Place as well as a couple of take-out type places so you can eat by the fountain if you wish.

When in West Palm, if you fancy art, be sure to check out the Norton Gallery just a couple minutes drive south of City Place. They have a great permanent collection and get really good temporary exhibits like Rodin, Chahouli, etc.

West Palm also has a nice, small zoo which is nestled amidst a wooded area. If you have the time it's worth a visit.

When in the West Palm area do make sure to cross one of the three bridges into Palm Beach for a look, a sometimes extremely pricey bite to eat or for some ultra high-end retail therapy. There are also decent beaches on the island. Visit the Breakers hotel if you can too. Palm Beach is home to the uberwealthy elite.

Heading south, there is Lake Worth, with a quaint up-and-coming downtown area that hosts a great little restaurant, Bizaare Ave. Cafe (i plan to elaborate further on a lot of the places i mention in time) and loads of decent antique shops. Lake Worth beach is popular with young people, it has a fishing pier, a bar and a little plaza with pizza and a great breakfast place called John Gs.

Lantana beach is a nice family oriented beach that shares its sand with the area Ritz Carlton. Lantana has a small downtown area with a few good restaurants and shops & a nice park along the Intracoastal waterway. Tim & I like to come to this beach because it makes for great walks along a stretch of sand where you rarely see another soul. Lantana beach has a nice little place to eat called Dune Deck. Good for breakfast, lunch & sometimes dinner with a bit of a Greek influence. This beach also has outdoor showers & a WC.

On south... to Delray Beach- this is where I think I'd stay if I were a tourist- there are a few hotels and Inn-type places on Atlantic Ave. in Delray's downtown- This street is fantastically packed with great restaurants, charming shops, bars, clubs etc. and it takes you right to a really nice beach.

Then there's Boca- ah Boca.... a wealthy area inhabited by a lot of New York transplants. With a really nice mall (Towncenter), good restaurants & the historic Boca Hotel & Resort.

This is City Place by night.... totally packed with locals and tourists, live music, good restaurants, great shopping, young and old mingle here.


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Address: 2300 45th St, West Palm Beach, Florida, 33407, United States