U.S. Registered Historic Palm Beach Hotel Studio!

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Espaço inteiro: condomínio (condo) (hospedado por Rich)

  1. 2 hóspedes
  2. Estúdio
  3. 1 cama
  4. 1 banheiro
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Located on the famous Palm beach island! 271 square foot studio with Queen bed in the historic Palm Beach Hotel. The hotel is located 1.5 from the beach. A deluxe condo complete with queen size bed, wardrobe, and kitchenette. Restaurants, bars & beach within 1-3 blocks with a Publix grocery store across the street. Pool, patio, and gardens are all on site! PLEASE read our guest access summary for information about the hotels parking situation. PALM BEACH HOTEL DOES NOT HAVE ITS OWN PARKING LOT.

O espaço
This 3rd floor unit comes complete with queen bed, kitchenette, stand up shower, and designated closet. This is the ultimate Palm Beach getaway without the notorious cost associated with "Palm Beach life". Free WiFi, cable TV, beach supplies including two foldable chairs and towels, and shower supplies!

Close to shopping, restaurants, the beach, the inter coastal, museums, and the Lake Trail.

This unit features a Queen bed with four pillows, kitchenette with microwave, two mini refrigerators, and a standard coffee pot with filters, grounds, creamer and sugar. The BEST part is that the beach is only a 5 minute stroll away!

Located directly across from the street is Palm Beach's favorite sushi restaurant – Echo. Next to Echo is Publix, an affordable supermarket catering to all your grocery needs. Nearby, there are also restaurants like Testa's, Cucina Dell' Arte, Toojay's, Palm Beach Grill, Nick and Johnnie's, Champs Elysees Bakery, PBCatch, Greens Pharmacy (a popular breakfast eatery/drugstore), Amici's Italian Grocery/Organic market and the Breaker's Hotel.

Enjoy world famous shopping on Worth Avenue. The Seaview Tennis Center and Palm Beach Oceanfront golf is only a 10 min drive from the Hotel . City Place in West Palm is a 15 min drive, The new Palm Beach Outlet Mall is also a 15 min drive.

Explore the Lake Trail, an intracoastal bike and walking path, with a bike rented or moped from the Palm Beach Bicycle Trail Shop, located along the first floor of the hotel. And when you're done biking, go next door to indulge yourself at the Patrick Leze Patissier Chocolatier and fuel up for another excursion into paradise.

The Hotel's many amenities include a large heated swimming pool set in a tropical garden, gym, multimedia room, library, oversized lobby (the location of the Palm Beach Day Spa), barbecue facilities, coin operated laundry and a covered breezeway with tables and chairs for dining and relaxing.

HISTORY OF THE HOTEL:
The Palm Beach Hotel, built in 1925 to replace an earlier building of the same name, is an historic four-story hotel located at 235-251 Sunrise Avenue in Palm Beach, Florida. Designed by architect Mortimer Dickerson Metcalfe in the Mediterranean Revival style, it was built by Thomas R. Clarke. In 1969 it became vacant and, except for several attempts to reopen it as a retirement hotel, it remained so until 1981 when it was converted into a condominium, the Palm Beach Hotel Condominium.

On April 21, 2010, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places as No. 10000212.

Part of the fourth floor is now occupied by an Orthodox synagogue, the New Synagogue of Palm Beach.

The original Palm Beach Hotel was constructed in 1902 and located on the shoreline of Lake Worth, where the Biltmore Condominiums stand today. The hotel burned down in March 1925 in the same fire that destroyed The Breakers for a second time. Embers from the flames at The Breakers blew across the island and landed on the Palm Beach Hotel, igniting a fire. The Palm Beach Hotel burnt rapidly, with the some 160 guests reportedly only able to retrieve small items. After the fire, the hotel's owner, Sidney Maddock, left Palm Beach and never returned. Maurice Heckscher built a new hotel at the site for approximately $7 million. Opened in February 1926, this 550-room hotel would be known as the Alba Hotel, before being renamed the Biltmore Hotel in 1934.

The current Palm Beach Hotel was designed by Mortimer Dickinson Metcalfe, who served as deputy state architect of New York from 1908 to 1914 and assisted in designing Grand Central Station and buildings at Florida State University, Long Island University, and Vanderbilt University, as well as other local structures such as the historic Post Office and St. Edward's Catholic Church. Thomas A. Clarke, who previously constructed schools and theatres in New York City, built the Palm Beach Hotel at its present location, with construction beginning on May 1, 1925. Clarke was also the owner of the new Palm Beach Hotel until his death in 1935. The site of the current hotel was originally a dirt road lined by wooden shacks as part of The Styx, a section of town where African-American staff at Henry Flagler's hotels lived until the 1910s. The Palm Beach Hotel reopened on January 9, 1926. More than 1,000 people attended the festivities for the grand opening and danced to a musical accompaniment by the Strauss Orchestra of New York, including Mengo Lazarus Morgenthau, brother of Henry Morgenthau Sr. A story by The Palm Beach Post on the following day included the following description of the building: "Three stories in height and 400 feet [121.92 meters] in length, the hotel provides each of the 320 rooms an outlook either on Lake Worth or the ocean. The spacious dining room, surrounded by a low wall, gives a sunken garden effect."

Unlike some other hotels in Palm Beach, the Palm Beach Hotel did not often attract particularly wealthy clientele. However, the hotel hosted guests such as W. C. Fields, Arthur Hammerstein, Kyra Markham, William Starr Myers, and Will Rogers. During the 1928 Okeechobee hurricane, the hotel suffered water damage and some windows broke. As the Great Depression began, construction of large hotels in the area ceased, while prominent hotels such as the Royal Poinciana Hotel closed for business. The Palm Beach Hotel, however, continued to host social functions, including assisting individuals in finding employment. Five shops along the building's south side were closed in 1930 and replaced with a courtyard patio and loggia. Around 1946, minor renovations were made. The hotel struggled to remain in business during the following decades and was abandoned in 1969, though there were attempts to utilize the building as a retirement hotel.

In 1981, the owners of the hotel filed the Declaration of Condominium with Palm Beach County in order to officially re-designate the building as a condominium. The town government approved the re-designation in February 1981, making the building the first hotel condominium in Palm Beach. Upon re-opening as a condominium hotel, the building comprised 360 condo units; 284 residential single units and 15 residential double units; 1 mezzanine suite; 22 commercial units; 38 storage units; and penthouse units on the fourth floor. Around this time, a swimming pool was constructed within the east courtyard. Between the 1980s and early 1990s, the interior underwent several undocumented renovations. In 2002, SlimFast founder S. Daniel Abraham established the New Synagogue of Palm Beach, which meets on the fourth floor of the Palm Beach Hotel Condominium.

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Cozinha
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Palm Beach, Flórida, Estados Unidos

Hospedado por Rich

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