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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

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Recent Palm Beach reviews

  • Great Location

    "2nd visit. Still great. Walk to beach, nice pool. Close to resturants and shops. Good to have 2 bedrooms."
    Guest: Jim Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 22, 2015
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  • Cute apartment...Nice pool!

    "1/2 block to Publix with their great take outs and yummy steaks! Bicycles for rent next door. Great pastry shop also next door. Try the Almond Croissants! You don't need a car, but if you have one check out the weekday special dinners at Ambassador's Table. The Breakers is worth a trip too."
    Guest: Fi Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: April 3, 2015
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  • Amazing location, and gorgeous property!

    "My first time using VRBO, so I was a little nervous about renting the place. All my fears disappeared as soon as we got to the house! The keys were exactly where the renter said they would be. The house was very accommodating. Plenty of towels, plenty of dishware. The grill was connected through the natural gas of the house, and very clean! We all had an AMAZING time!!! Dr. Joe had left us directions and suggestions to many nearby local eats, and the nearest Publix. The private access to the beach was really convenient! The only complaint is that the downstairs AC did not work, but we were out of the house most of the day, and kept the windows open at night, so it wasn't that big of a deal. I would DEFINITELY book this property every year for our event in West Palm Beach!"
    Guest: Arnaldo Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: January 26, 2015
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  • Living where the sun shines

    "We stayed in this unit from January 5th through February 28th, 2015. Its location is excellent. The block includes a Publix grocery store, Catholic church, and place to rent bikes. The ocean beach and an excellent bike trail are a couple blocks away. The unit has everything two people need – living room, kitchen with counter for meals, bedroom, bathroom with tub/shower, and lots of storage space. It has hot water when you need it (once you realize that the kitchen sink faucet has to be turned to the right rather than the left to get hot water). The kitchen is well supplied with dishware, silverware, microwave oven, stovetop burner, toaster, and coffeemaker; it could use a toaster oven, blender, crockpot, and set of mixing bowls. The refrigerator needs defrosting monthly. The beach chairs and beach blanket are great. The building wi-fi worked well most of the time. There is a storage area for bikes outside. The laundry in the building is okay but cost us $25 a month. The outside area is nice, with a pool in the shade, but the best part in January-February is the strip near the street where the sun shines. We met other guests in passing in the elevator and the lobby. It would be nice for the hotel condominium to have a weekly reception for guests to meet each other. We had a few small problems. Street parking can be found a few blocks away, but having your car that far away is inconvenient even if the walking is healthy. The hotel condominium is in an old building built in the 1920s; use of the air conditioner and dehumidifier is required to keep the unit’s humidity at the right level; the air conditioner is set at 70-75 degrees; and their noise interferes with using the television or phone in that room. When we arrived, the unit had a very musty odor; we finally solved the problem, except for a whiff of odor as we entered the room, by replacing four ineffective air fresheners with a container of DampRid activated charcoal that we bought at Lowe’s. We did not use the dead bolt on the entry door; it can only be opened and closed from the inside and it resisted being opened, even after the maintenance guy worked on it. The weather strip at the bottom of the entry door is old and needs to be replaced. The bed’s wobbly headboard needs to be stabilized. We brought our recumbent tandem along to bike, and that was our main activity -- on Palm Beach and around southern Florida. Shark Valley Trail is the best for seeing alligators on the side of the road."
    Guest: Larry and Sue Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: February 28, 2015
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