Hilton Worldwide has announced the opening of the Hilton West Palm Beach.
The new convention hotel in the gateway to both Palm Beach and downtown West Palm Beach has 400 guest rooms, 43 suites and a farm-to-table culinary experience. It was designed by Miami-based architectural firm Nicholas Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates and Dallas-based interior design firm Looney and Associates.
The double-height grand lobby provides views of the hotel’s landscaped Palm Deck, a three quarter-acre outdoor lanai with a zero-entry pool, private cabanas, Restoration Hardware furnishings and a poolside bar and fire pit. Palm Beach DJ Adam Lipson will curate the sound experience.
For dining, Manor, the hotel's signature farm-to-table restaurant, serves contemporary American cuisine by Palm Beach Chef Matthew Byrne, former chef to Tiger Woods and Owner/Executive Chef of the popular West Palm Beach restaurant, Kitchen. Collaborating with Chef Byrne is Executive Chef Miguel Santiago, who cooked for presidents and dignitaries during his time in Washington, D.C. Manor is located directly off the lobby and flows onto the poolside terrace.
Galley, the hotel’s lobby bar with a nautical design theme, serves Prohibition-style handcrafted cocktails and shared tapas. Guests can choose from custom wine blends and bourbon as well as on-tap local craft beers from South Florida’s beer scene.
Provisions marketplace provides locally sourced food on the go, such as Rabbit Coffee Roasting Company, freshly prepared bites, cold-pressed juices and gifts from Palm Beach shops and artists.
Hilton West Palm Beach also has a curated art program with collaborations that include Zammy Migdal, who created a wall sculpture with more than 140 hand-forged iron sculptural elements, and life-sized photography by Chris Leidy, grandson of Lilly Pulitzer.
The hotel is connected to The Palm Beach County Convention Center via an enclosed walkway, making it the only hotel in South Florida to be directly connected to a convention center. The property offers more than 24,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, including the 13,350-sq. ft. Oceana Ballroom and the 5,800-sq. ft. Coral Ballroom, as well as two 2,400-sq. ft. lawn spaces for weddings, special events and fitness programming. The hotel also has an in-house panel of experts to provide programs for team building, including glow-in-the-dark lawn games, scavenger hunts and outdoor boot camp fitness classes.
Guests also have access to a state-of-the-art fitness center and specialty classes, floatation menu featuring inflatable toys and rafts for relaxing in-pool, oversized chessboard, outdoor fire pit and more.
Hilton West Palm Beach is located in the heart of the city’s cultural triangle anchored by the nearby Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, Norton Museum of Art, Clematis Street and Downtown’s Art & Entertainment District. All are within a short walk of the hotel, along with Worth Avenue and Palm Beach, which is three miles away.