Palm Beach, FL, USA

Palm Beach, FL, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 1,624 vacation rentals near Palm Beach. From 573 houses to 490 condos, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Palm Beach for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Catch Some Rays in Palm Beach

Staying in a condo in Palm Beach is a great way to get the full experience of the laid-back city on the shores of the Florida South Atlantic Coast. From anywhere on the barrier island, you'll be within easy access of restaurants, shops, and the cool ocean breeze. At your rental home, you might be able to enjoy a dip in the swimming pool, and you can use your balcony or deck to soak up the sun.

Jump in the Water

The warm waters of the Florida coast are ideal for swimming. If you're looking for a place to put your toes in the sand, there are plenty of options. You can throw on snorkeling gear if you'd like to venture further off shore to see tropical fish.

  • John D. MacArthur State Park: This state park features almost two miles of sandy beach. It also extends inland, and there are trails and a nature center. If you'd like to kayak or canoe in calmer waters, you can access the estuary of the Lake Worth Lagoon and Intracoastal Waterway from the park.
  • Ocean Inlet Park: From here, you can hop on a chartered or rental boat with high hopes of catching a big prize in the water. You can also get aboard your jet skis here and then zip along the Intracoastal Waterway.

Treat Yourself to Delicious Meals

You'll find that Palm Beach has many restaurants packed into its relatively small city borders. Whether you're looking for something vibrant or a place that's more intimate, you can get a table at an establishment that fits your style.
  • Clematis Street: This iconic street in Downtown West Palm Beach leads right to the water. Almost all of the restaurants have outdoor dining options so that you can sip a cocktail, have your meal, or enjoy your nightcap under the sun or the stars. Local favorites include the Grease Burger Bar, Kabuki Sushi Thai Tapas, and Pistache French Bistro.
  • CityPlace: This center is an open-air shopping and dining hub. Before or after you eat, you can look around for great deals on clothing or catch a movie. Popular dining options include Copper Blues Rock Pub & Kitchen, Sweet Ginger Asian Bistro, and the Cheesecake Factory.

Hit the Links

The mild winters and the many sunny days make the region a great place to play golf. There are over 40 public courses as well as some of the finest private courses in the nation. The West Palm Beach Course has hosted a number of PGA tournaments, the Red Reef Executive Golf Course is a nine-hole course that hugs the shoreline, and the Okeeheelee Golf Course boasts 27 holes, a driving range, and a putting green.


The winter is a great time to visit, especially if you're from a place that sees a lot of snow. Highs at this time of year are in the upper 70s, with lows dipping into the upper 50s. Summers are hot and humid, pushing 90 degrees on many days and only dropping into the 70s at night. The wet season lasts from May to October.

How to Get There

Taking Interstate 95 south from anywhere along the eastern seaboard can get you to your rental property in the Palm Beach region. Parking is convenient, and a private car or rental car is one of the best ways to get around the area. You can also fly into the Palm Beach International Airport or take an Amtrak train. If you'd like to head to Miami first, you can take the Tri-Rail, the local commuter train, into Palm Beach.