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Palm Beach, FL Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 11
Total Sleeping Rooms 1,379
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 538
Committable Meeting Rooms* 27
Convention Center Space 350,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 100,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 22,000 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $132
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $59
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $227
*Maximum for a single hotel

Palm Beach, FL Meeting Planning Overview

Cvent's Palm Beach meeting planning guide provides planners with a wealth of information about meeting space, facilities, attractions, and all of the Palm Beach meeting planning information planners need. With plenty of sunshine, culture and excitement at every turn, Palm Beach offers endless possibilities for meeting planners. An upscale resort town fringed by crashing waves and the sawgrass of the Everglades, Palm Beach beckons visitors with both a colorful landscape and the best in event space, accommodations and meeting facilities flexible enough to meet any Palm Beach event planning needs. With so much to offer, it's no wonder that Palm Beach attracts approximately four million visitors per year.

Palm Beach’s popularity begins with its accessibility. Conveniently placed near the Florida Turnpike and numerous highways, Palm Beach is located within close proximity to several major Florida destinations, just 50 miles north of Fort Lauderdale, 70 miles north of Miami and 150 miles south of Orlando. At the same time, air travelers will find Palm Beach International Airport fewer than four miles away. Serving over six million passengers per year, Palm Beach International has been voted 3rd best airport in the United States and 6th best in the world by Conde Nast Traveler magazine.

Once in the city, guests are met by a range of resorts, boutique hotels and historic bed and breakfasts to suit every lifestyle and budget, especially during the value season of mid-April to mid-December. World-class resorts such as The Breakers and The Four Seasons offer posh accommodations as well as versatile meeting facilities, making them all-in-one destinations for business travelers. Unique properties such as The Colony and The Chesterfield Palm Beach provide more intimate settings with Old World charm for weddings, birthdays and other celebrations.

For large-scale conventions and tradeshows, the crown jewel of Palm Beach's event facilities is the phenomenal Palm Beach County Convention Center. This sprawling $83 million facility opened in 2004 with 350,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, perfect for grandiose Palm Beach event planning. Located in West Palm Beach's trendy downtown district just across the street from CityPlace, this state-of-the-art center has been host to several high-profile speakers such as Jay Leno, Goldie Hawn and Mikhail Gorbachev in addition to a number of acclaimed consumer shows and leading convention industry events.

Palm Beach is home to several Fortune 500 corporations, private industry companies and numerous associations. The region continues to soar in prominence, with the establishment of new additions such as Donald Trump's phenomenal Trump Plaza and a newly revamped shopping district known as CityPlace. The region is also home to several colleges and universities including Florida Atlantic University, Palm Beach Atlantic University, Northwood University and Nova Southeastern University.

About Palm Beach, FL / Additional Info

Located on Florida's sunny Gold Coast, Palm Beach boasts a rich 100-year history as a leisure destination. Established as a resort town in the late 19th century by business magnate Henry Morrison Flagler, it quickly became the hotspot for American elite to escape the chillier winters of the North. Palm Beach remains a hotspot today, attracting notable residents such as Ivana Trump, Rod Stewart and Rush Limbaugh. Overall, Palm Beach is the 3rd most populous county in the state, home to over 1.3 million people within its 38 municipalities and unincorporated areas, which include West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, and Boynton Beach.

Occupying a staggering 2,578 square miles of lush landscapes and sun-drenched shores, Palm Beach certainly does not leave guests at a loss for things to do. Guests can start their visit with where it all began at Henry Flagler's opulent Gilded Age estate. Now, the Flagler Museum, this historic attraction has been hailed as "more magnificent than any other private dwelling in the world." Visitors can continue to explore Palm Beach's past at the Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum, where they can see everything from Jack Nicklaus memorabilia to a re-creation of the palmetto shacks built by the first pioneers.

Along with its historical attractions, Palm Beach features approximately 200 cultural venues. Visitors can enjoy the graceful beauty of Ballet Florida or a Broadway show at the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, or enjoy more than 4,000 works of art at the Boca Museum of Arts. Meanwhile, the well-reputed Norton Museum of Art features an internationally recognized collection of 19th and 20th century European, American, Chinese and Contemporary art, photography and works on paper.

Perhaps one of the best ways for guests to immerse themselves in Palm Beach culture is by making a trip to one of its dazzling shopping districts. From the Clematis Street District with its eclectic array of shops to the high-end boutiques of Worth Avenue, there is no shortage of enticing stores to explore in Palm Beach. In fact, the region is home to five shopping malls, including Boynton Beach Mall and the famed 1.4 million-square-foot Gardens Mall, as well as European-style town centers such as CityPlace and Mizner Park. For a breath of fresh air, Downtown at the Gardens is an open-air shopping center comprised of more than 70 retailers and restaurants.

Heading outdoors is always a pleasure in Palm Beach. With 47 miles of pristine beaches, Palm Beach offers an impressive array of aquatic adventures, from sunbathing at Coral Cove Park to swimming in Dubois Park. Thrill seekers and animal lovers will enjoy a trip to the famed Lion Country Safari, while golf aficionados can enjoy Palm Beach's title as Florida's Golf Capital at championship courses such as the Cypress Creek Country Club, the Delray Beach Golf Club and the PGA National Resort & Spa – home of the annual Honda Classic.

Once the sun sets, Palm Beach continues to shine in its impressive culinary scene. From the tastes of Tuscany at the famed Testa's Palm Beach to the decadent French-American flavors of Cafe Boulud, Palm Beach is brimming with elegant eateries to tempt the taste buds of even the most discriminating foodies. Pulsating dance clubs, sleek lounges and cozy pubs keep the party going after hours as well. Pull up a stool at the chic Blue Martini bar to sample more than 20 different specialty martinis.

 
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