Where To Stay
- Holiday Inn AirportThe Holiday Inn Airport at Palm Beach is found just a half-mile from Palm Beach International Airport, and offers a complimentary shuttle service for transportation to and from the airport, and to locations within 3 miles. 2 restaurants on-site give dining options here, and amenities include business services, a fitness center, and an outdoor pool.
- West Palm Beach Marriott2 miles from Palm Beach International Airport, the West Palm Beach Marriott awaits your arrival, ready to offer you great services and amenities, such as Wi-Fi access in all rooms, an on-site restaurant, a fitness center, and a pool and whirlpool. Plus, 16 meeting rooms provide a location for any event you may need to plan here.
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About Palm Beach International Airport
This international airport is located just 3 miles from Palm Beach, Florida, and can be accessed from exit 69B off of the I-95 exit. This airport sees approximately 161 daily flights on 12 different airlines, some of which include Southwest, Delta Air, Air Canada, Spirit, United, US Airways, JetBlue and American. You can fly to more than 25 destinations, many of which are direct flights. Fly right to Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., Boston, Trenton, Asheville or Denver without transferring to a connecting flight.
When you arrive at Palm Beach International Airport, you'll find that there is never a shortage of things to do or places to eat. Have some time before your flight? You can practice your putting skills at Sam Snead's Tavern located in the Main Terminal on the second floor. Are you here with the kids enjoying leisure travel? Head over to the kids' play area called Jungle Fun, which can be found next to the KidZoo toy store.
No matter what food you're in the mood for, Palm Beach International Airport has it. Grab a quick sub at Quiznos before your flight takes off, grab a coffee and pastry at Starbucks or sit down and relax at Rooney's Public House.
If you're staying at any of the hotels in Palm Beach, such as Embassy Suites, Doubletree, Courtyard, Hilton, Holiday Inn or Marriott, there are shuttles located outside the Level One terminal to take you directly to your hotel.
Welcome to Palm Beach
The town of Palm Beach was incorporated on April 7, 1911, and since then it has grown into a world-renowned location known for its beautiful sand and surf. This luxurious city is home to a handful of celebrities, including Jimmy Buffett, Mark Zuckerberg, Tiger Woods and Donald Trump. Palm Beach has everything from historic museums and unique architecture to excellent shopping, and more than 160 public and private golf courses.
People travel to Palm Beach for the breathtaking, pristine beaches as well as the city's climate. The average temperature is a perfect 75 degrees Fahrenheit, with the annual high temperature at 82 degrees and the low at 67 degrees. You certainly won't need to pack your sweatshirts when heading to Palm Beach.
If you're looking for hotels near Palm Beach International Airport, consider The Chesterfield Palm Beach, which was rated as a top hotel in the U.S. in 2014 by U.S News & World Report. Other excellently rated hotels include Courtyard by Marriott, The Ritz-Carlton Palm Beach, Grandview Gardens Bed and Breakfast and Doubletree Hotel West Palm Beach.
Things to Do in Palm Beach
Palm Beach offers a wide variety of attractions and activities. The city has 47 miles of breathtaking Atlantic coastline, where you can swim, relax, surf, snorkel and more. Looking for a family friendly beach? Check out Anchor Park, Spanish River Park, Loggerhead Park, Boynton Beach Oceanfront Park or Red Reef Park, all of which not only offer sand and surf, but also play areas, nature centers and changing areas.
Palm Beach also offers quiet, idyllic locations where you can kick back and relax. Sink your toes in the sand and sip on pina coladas as you watch the tide roll in at Ocean Ridge Hammock Park, South Beach Park, Atlantic Dunes Park or R.G. Kreusler Park.
If you're the adventurous type and would like to try out water sports such as diving, boating and surfing, then Ocean Inlet Park, Juno Beach Park, DuBois Park and South Inlet Park are all locations for you.
If you're not interested in the beaches, you may want to check out the world-class shopping that's offered in the Palm Beaches Shopping Districts. This city has unique boutiques and shops that you won't be able to find anywhere else.