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Vacation Rental Price Information in West Palm Beach
The price graph will give you the nightly price average for the upcoming months of the year. The most expensive week of the next 12 months is in February (2/2 - 2/9), where prices hit an average of $275 a night. The week with the lowest average prices is in August (8/18 - 8/25).
Rental Availability Information in West Palm Beach
Find out the percentage of available rentals in West Palm Beach with the graph above. The most challenging week to find a rental in the next twelve months is in February (2/9 - 2/16). September (9/29 - 10/6) has got the highest percentage of available rentals.
The Weather in West Palm Beach
This is the climate diagram in West Palm Beach. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 60° in February. According to the climate diagram, August is the rainiest month of the year in West Palm Beach.
West Palm Beach vacation rentals: Culture on the Atlantic Coast
Located on the Atlantic Coast, West Palm Beach offers a wide variety of vacation activities for travelers in the Sunshine State. Guests at West Palm Beach vacation rentals can enjoy the comforts of home while experiencing all that the surrounding area has to offer. With four distinct entertainment and shopping districts alongside miles of exquisite beaches, this is the ideal destination for sunbathing, fine dining, and a whole host of cultural excursions.
Getting to West Palm Beach
Palm Beach International Airport is just five miles from West Palm Beach. Serviced by 12 airlines, including Air Canada, Delta, and the budget-friendly Allegiant, travelers can fly direct from over 25 cities. Transport options for the onward journey are located near baggage claim, and you can also rent a car at the airport to travel to West Palm Beach vacation homes and the neighboring attractions. Another option is to fly into Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport, where visitors can drive up the beautiful Florida Coast before arriving in West Palm Beach, approximately one hour to the north.
International cuisine, southern barbecue, and other dining delights
West Palm Beach vacation rentals make a great base for those wishing to try out some local cuisine throughout the city. Although not traditionally known for fine dining options, recent developments in the food scene have expanded options throughout the area. Close proximity to the ocean translates to plentiful offerings of fresh local seafood, while visitors will be excited to find diverse culinary options in every district. Northwood Village is home to an eclectic array of restaurants serving international cuisine, including excellent Jamaican and Thai options. Downtown Clematis Street is a dining hotspot, offering up smoked meats at Bobbi Sue BBQ and the best Asian street food at Palm Sugar. After dinner, stop by Wine Dive for a nightcap before heading back to your nearby West Palm Beach vacation home.
Warm weather and sunny winters
Escape the cold with a West Palm Beach vacation rental! A tropical rainforest climate entices visitors to soak up the sun, and refreshing afternoon showers often cool temperatures during the summer. From November to April, temperatures often climb into the 80s and little rainfall occurs. May through October is hot and humid, and visitors can expect frequent but brief showers. This is also hurricane season, so visitors should be prepared for all eventualities. Cold snaps can drop daily lows to freezing during the winter months, but these cold spells are typically brief.
Art, culture, and entertainment in West Palm Beach
Home to the acclaimed Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach is full of culturally rich entertainment options. Admire the masterpieces of Picasso, Pollock, and O’Keeffe before taking in a show at the Kravits Center for the Performing Arts. Both musical and theatrical performances are featured, although visitors should check ahead to ensure performances are scheduled during their vacation.
Add Flagler Museum to your itinerary for the history buff in your group. This 55-room mansion, also known as Whitehall, is listed as a National Historic Landmark. Guests can experience the on-site docent-guided tours or on their own. Book a West Palm Beach vacation rental to ensure you are only a short trip away from the city's best entertainment and cultural activities.
SunFest: Florida's largest waterfront music festival
Each year during the first week of May, West Palm Beach hosts the largest art and music festival in the state. The event draws nearly 300,000 visitors to the area and takes place over five days on three separate stages, featuring music from a variety of genres including rock, pop, hip-hop, reggae, and folk. World-class acts including Jason Derulo, Train, Deathcab for Cutie, and Steve Aoki have performed at the festival, and the event is family-friendly, closing with an evening fireworks display. When you stay at West Palm Beach vacation rentals, you can choose a day pass to see your favorite artists before returning to the comfort of your accommodation.
West Palm Beach is known for sun and sand, but visitors to the area will find that the city also offers fresh dining options, world-class art, and a variety of concerts and theatrical performances. Choose from a selection of West Palm Beach vacation homes to make the most of your stay in this vibrant coastal retreat.
Animals, art and more at West Palm Beach
Mounts Botanical Garden
A truly tranquil setting, Palm Beach County's oldest and largest public garden is divided into 20 beautiful themed areas, including the Garden of Wellbeing, the Tropical Forest and the Children's Maze.
Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society
Encounter more than 550 animals up close, including endangered species. The Koala Forest and Wallaby Station, and the Tiger Habitat are hits with families.
Downtown West Palm Beach
The attractive downtown area is brimming with boutiques, cinemas, bars and concert venues. The free tram which loops through the main streets provides a great way to get around.
Norton Museum of Art
Housing over 7,000 works spanning Chinese, European and American art and photography, this museum also hosts temporary exhibitions and has a beautiful sculpture garden.
McCarthy's Wildlife Sanctuary
This wildlife sanctuary rehabilitates orphaned exotic cats, birds and reptiles. Children will especially enjoy the chance to come face to face with the Bengal tigers, panthers and pythons.
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