Springhill Suites Marriott West Palm Beach

2437 Metrocentre Blvd., West Palm Beach, Florida, 33407, United States

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  • A Great Place to Stay in West Palm Beach!


    My first experience staying at Springhill Suites in West Palm Beach was in September, 2009. The hotel had just opened a few weeks prior to my visit and I was pleasantly surprised by the quality for the price.

    Since my initial stay two years ago, I have returned to Springhill Suites once and will return again this September. The staff is efficient and goes the "extra mile" to make sure that a guest's needs are met.

    The rooms are spacious, very clean and comfortable, and the hotel is close to many restaurants and shopping areas. The complimentary breakfast is an unexpected bonus. Whenever I visit in West Palm Beach, I feel as if I've "come home", and Springhill Suites is certainly a part of that feeling.

    I would recommend Springhill Suites to anyone and look forward to my next stay very soon.

    Susan Cox (San Dimas, CA.)

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Forum Posts

Where are the best family neighborhoods in West Palm Beach, or/and Boca Raton?

by Brindley

HI, this is my first post and i was wondering if any Floridians can tell me the best neighborhoods/developments in West Palm Beach and/or Boca Raton? I am looking to spend between 350,000 to 500,000 (excluding the price of the lot) for a new home in those areas. If you know of any developments close to the ocean that would be a +. Also, where are the prettiest locations in those areas (a lot of palm trees is what i consider pretty!!!)
Thank you very much!

RE: Where are the best family neighborhoods in West Palm Beach, or/and Boca Raton?

by ylisa

do you have children . that plays into the type of place?

RE: Where are the best family neighborhoods in West Palm Beach, or/and Boca Raton?

by ylisa

i sorry i mean the ages???

RE: RE: Where are the best family neighborhoods in West Palm Beach, or/and Boca Raton?

by Brindley

Hey ylisa, we dont have any yet, but we will soon! Thanks for writing back!

RE: Where are the best family neighborhoods in West Palm Beach, or/and Boca Raton?

by ylisa

i can talk in generalities. I live 10 minutes from Boca and one hour from palm beach . Alot of people send ther kids to private school esp. on the east side of town in boca . your family neigborhoods tend to be out west in boca (20 minutes from the beach ). at this point you will be closer to the $5oo,oo range anywhere . Prices have risen lately quite a bit in this area . I woud suspect you could get in the high 3oo( maybe )for a zero lot area. The better schools for the younger ones in boca tend to be west . Best high school in Boca is spanish river which is mid boca region. my friend in west palm sends her kids to private i not sure if it by choice or the school distinct she is zone for though she loves her neighborhood . did you ever look into coral springs???? could family area ????

RE: RE: Where are the best family neighborhoods in West Palm Beach, or/and Boca Raton?

by Brindley

My friend dave moved from coral springs to Ohio, (where i am now) but i would like to live closer to the sea. Do you know of any development names, or pretty areas, though?

RE: RE: Where are the best family neighborhoods in West Palm Beach, or/and Boca Raton?

by ylisa

Sorry not in that price range .I don't know of any. I not as familar with the east area.there are older houses not in so called developments that maybe in your price range . There are some beautiful townhouses . The prices went really high sorry, i can't be more helpful .go on the internet . Prudential is a big agent down . plug in your price range and take a look . good luck

RE: Where are the best family neighborhoods in West Palm Beach, or/and Boca Raton?

by Floridachick

I live in downtown West Palm Beach and I'm a teacher. It's a great place for the school system...for when you do have kids. :)
But to live near the ocean or at least east of I-95, it will be $500K and above. The best value for your dollar is further west but not too bad -- we're not as crowded as Coral Springs or Broward county. Check out Royal Palm Beach, Lake Worth, Delray Beach or Jupiter. I have acquaintances that moved to Royal Palm Beach from Ohio and love it. It's about 15 min from the beach and in your price range, for now, b/c real estate is booming down here, so hurry up... prices are rising expontentially!
Good luck to you...I hope this helps.

Travel Tips for West Palm Beach

jupiter light house

by doug48

located off of US 1 in jupiter florida is the historic 1860 jupiter inlet lighthouse. the light house has a museum on the history of the area and you can also go to the top of the light house for a great view of the loxahatchee river. for those interested in old lighthouses and florida history the jupiter light house and museum is a very worth while stop in the west palm beach area. from downtown west palm beach take I-95 north to the PGA blvd exit. go east about a mile then turn left on US 1. on US 1 go north about three miles to the light house. for more information see the attached web site.

Swanky sushi & Asian fusion great outdoor seating

by sunlovey about Suite 225

Serving up sushi and Asian-fusion selections in a chic and somewhat swanky atmosphere, sit at the bar lit by big candles, at the outside tables, romantic and off to the side, or inside, dimly lit and sophisticated.

The service is fine, they let you be/don't rush you.

This restaurant is located in the tiny downtown-type area of Lantana (just south of West Palm) and is seconds away from the Intracoastal and the ocean. So take a stroll heading east after dinner for a nice view.... I like their arugula salad and crispy shrimp appetizer as I'm not a big fan of sushi.... Husband and friends say their sushi is deeeelish!

clematis street

by doug48

clematis street is a shopping, dining, and nightlife venue in downtown west palm beach. clematis street is a designated historic district with scores of 1920's florida land boom buildings. clematis street is lined with restaurants and bars and is a popular south florida nightlfe spot.

A Local's Guide to the Palm Beaches

by alloquisha

"West Palm Beach"

West Palm Beach is a place that many people have heard of, but few know a lot about it. Confusingly, it's on the east coast of Florida, not the west--this is because it is west of Palm Beach Island, a place with a completely different character and personality. The city is old by Florida standards and has a small, pedestrian-friendly downtown that is walkable from the train station (both commuter rail and AmTrak stop here).

If you're looking for big city excitement, keep going south - Miami is about 1.5 hours away and will fit that bill. West Palm Beach is more laid back. There is a substantial retiree population here, though it's not as overwhelming as other places in South Florida. Still, it's not a young town and to say it's livey would be...an exaggeration most of the year. The exception would be during the big festivals, such as SunFest (typically held in late April or early May) and the Boat Show.

Activities are pretty much limited to enjoying the outdoors, eating seafood, and getting out on the water. That being said, there's plenty to do for a relaxing weekend. Some highlights include checking out the amazing mansions and wealth on Palm Beach Island; the Norton Museum of Art; lunch at a tiki bar; and snorkeling/swimming at Peanut Island. If you are willing to explore beyond West Palm Beach and experience the rest of the Palm Beach County, you'll be rewarded with a pretty diverse experience.

This page is meant to be a guide to the greater West Palm Beach area, ranging from Jupiter in the north down to Delray Beach in the south. A car is crucial to getting around here.

"North to Jupiter"

As you start to go north of West Palm Beach, the first city you reach is Rivieria Beach. This is largely perceived to be the most dangerous place in the County, and there is some truth to it. Compared to big city's though, it's not bad--just don't be walking around late at night and you'll be fine. One of my favorite places in the whole area is the marina and tiki bar in Riveria Beach--a true local place filled with lots of characters, great atmopshere, and surprisingly good food. From the tiki bar you can also see Peanut Island (see tips), which is fun for a half-day excursion to snorkel, lay on the beach, party with the locals, or check out an odd historic site. If you don't have time to go to the island, you can get a good view of the happenings on the bridge over the Intracoastal from Blue Heron Boulevard.

Continuing north you will go through smaller places such as Lake Park, which are typical South Florida communities. Palm Beach Gardens is a newer city, and probably the "youngest" in terms of population--this is where most of the area's young people hang out on the weekends at the bars and clubs scattered in the strip malls. Highlights here include the Cruzan Rum Bar, watching the Boat Parade during Christmas time, good shopping at Downtown at the Gardens, and kayaking at MacArthur State Park.

The last major stops in the county are Juno Beach and Jupiter. Juno Beach as a town doesn't have much to offer--there's no central downtown for instance--but there are some great little seafood restaurants along US1 and the beach is spectacular. It is especially popular with kite-boarders. Jupiter is the norternmost town in the County, and is similar to Juno Beach with the exception of some history at the Jupiter Lighthouse. Jupiter has one of the most famous tiki bars in the area (the Square Grouper), great kayaking in the Inlet and access to the Loxahatchee River, and a hidden gem of a natural area at Blowing Rocks Nature Preserve. If you go way west (west of the Turnpike even), you'll find yourself in a totally different environment of farmlands; in a random little shopping you will find the most authentic English pub in all of Florida. Food is pricey and not worth it, but the atmosphere is fun and worth the trek.

"South to Boca Raton"

One interesting aspect of Florida is that the further south you go--with the exception of the Keys--the more "northern" it gets. This rule applies to Palm Beach County as well. South Florida is a very popular place for retirees, and many wealthy northerners make their winter homes here...popular places include Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, and to an extent, Delray Beach. You're more likely to hear a New York or Boston accent down here than anything else.

The first major town south of West Palm Beach is Lake Worth, seen by some to be the County's "up and comer" destination--I have to agree. There are two main drags (Lake and Lucerne) lined with a number of shops, restaurants, and bars. The atmopshere is decidedly more relaxed and beachy here than in West Palm, and there is a large population of Latinos in this area.

Further south is Boynton Beach. I've never found this to be a particularly compelling place to visit, but it's a popular place to live and some decent restaurants and bars. Still, nothing worth going out of your for. After Lake Worth the next stop is Delray Beach, which gets my vote for the most charming town in the County. It's main street is Atlantic Avenue, which stretches a few miles from I-95 to the ocean and is lined with all sorts of shops, parks, restaurants, and bars. Delray also has a very interesting history, and is a success story for community revitalization--just 15 years ago it was a rundown town dominated by bikers and drug activity...and now it's a walkable, pretty, and lively town full of culture and plenty of festivals. Definitely a great place to spend a day! Please see my page on this area for more information.

The last major stop before getting into Broward County--home to Fort Lauderdale--is Boca Raton. Admittedly, it's not a place that has struck my fancy but if you want high-end shopping this is a good place to come. Otherwise, attractions are pretty thin on the ground.

SirNicholas's new West Palm Beach Page

by SirNicholas

What can I say? West Palm Beach says one word very boldly: Florida. There is a lot of wealth in this part of Florida, which is made evident by large, pastel houses. Palm trees and beaches abound, as do the sunglasses and tans. If that's your sort of thing, go for it. Of course, there is a bit of history to explore here, and one place I found wonderful was the Henry Flagler museum and the luxurious Breakers Hotel/Resort.


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