Grandview Gardens B&B – West Palm Beach, Florida

Author: , December 7th, 2018

Grandview Gardens B&B

Grandview Gardens Bed & Breakfast is in the center of West Palm Beach’s downtown, in the Grandview Heights Historic Neighborhood.

We’re just five minutes from City Place, the renovated and upgraded civic center – walk to fine dining, theaters, outdoor cafes, clubs and bars, and boutique stores.

Grandview Gardens Bed & Breakfast is also close to The Convention Center, Palm Beach Atlantic University, the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts and the resort island of Palm Beach, and just ten minutes by car from The Palm Beach International Airport. We aso offer bicycles for guest use.

We’re surrounded by tropical gardens on Howard Park, just across from the Armory Art Center,. The home was originally built in 1924, and we’ve renovated it, restoring the property to its original Spanish Mediterranean glory. Grandview Gardens feels both lucurious and comfortable, and each of our guest rooms has a private entrance, so you can come and go as you please.

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Grandview Gardens B&B – Gay West Palm Beach Bed & Breakfast

Author: , November 13th, 2016

Grandview Gardens B&B

Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay:

Grandview Gardens B&B is in the center of West Palm Beach’s downtown, in the Grandview Heights Historic Neighborhood.

We’re just five minutes from City Place, the renovated and upgraded civic center – walk to fine dining, theaters, outdoor cafes, clubs and bars, and boutique stores.

Grandview Gardens Bed & Breakfast is also close to The Convention Center, Palm Beach Atlantic University, the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts and the resort island of Palm Beach, and just ten minutes by car from The Palm Beach International Airport. We aso offer bicycles for guest use.

We’re surrounded by tropical gardens on Howard Park, just across from the Armory Art Center,. The home was originally built in 1924, and we’ve renovated it, restoring the property to its original Spanish Mediterranean glory. Grandview Gardens feels both lucurious and comfortable, and each of our guest rooms has a private entrance, so you can come and go as you please.

Our suites all overlook the thirty foot swimming pool via french doors that open up onto a private terrace. Rooms are spacious (about 400 square feet), and each is unique, decorated to complement the Spanish Mediterranean flair of the property. Rooms also have a king bed, walk in closet. writing desk, and a sitting area.

Guestrooms at Grandview Gardens B&B include ensuite bath, a/c, ceiling fan, cable television, radio, phone with DSL internet access, coffee maker and tea, and a refirgerator.

The inn feels expansive. with two-story hardwood ceilings, terra cotta tile floors, and lush tropical gardens.

Whether traveling for business or pleasure, Grandview Gardens B&B in West Palm Beach gives you everything you need to make your visit memorable.

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Featured Gay Friendly Accommodations: Palm Beach Hibiscus, West Palm Beach, Florida

Author: , June 5th, 2014

Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay.

Boutique B&B with Key West Ambiance: A hidden tropical oasis in the heart of Downtown West Palm Beach. Conveniently located between City Place & Clematis Street, a short stroll to movie theaters, restaurants, nightclubs, shopping, art galleries, & specialty stores. Also close to Palm Beach Convention Center, The Kravis Center, Norton Museum and the sandy shores of Palm Beach.

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Discovering Gay Palm Beach County

Author: , July 22nd, 2013

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Priding itself on not being like hectic and busy Miami, the county is now trying to shed part of its sleepy reputation in the hopes of attracting more LGBT tourists.

Palm Beach County was created in 1909, as residents wanted to carve their own identity separate from Miami (at the time the entire South Florida area was part of Dade County). As a result of becoming its own county, property taxes fell dramatically, making Palm Beach County a very affordable place to live.

The county grew from just 5,500 residents in 1910 to 114,000 in 1960 to 1.3 million in 2010; Palm Beach is now the 14th most populous county in the United States. Over the decades, a local economy grew and thrived, creating thousands of jobs, not requiring people to commute further south for work (although this still happens to varying degrees). The purchasing power in Palm Beach County is just as strong as in Broward and Miami-Dade Counties, without the extra cost of living: Living in the three biggest cities in Palm Beach County (West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, and Boynton Beach) costs 30 to 35% less than living in Miami’s city limits, and on average 5% less than living in Fort Lauderdale.

Authored By Mike Halterman – See the Full Story at Edge Boston

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