Just in time for season, the Hilton West Palm Beach unveiled the completion of a $25 million property-wide renovation on November 1. Led by owner Related Companies, the transformed hotel is connected to the Palm Beach County Convention Center and situated steps away from The Square and downtown West Palm Beach.
Led by New York City-based design boutique Meyer Davis Studio, Hilton West Palm Beach’s refreshed look can be enjoyed in all spaces, including the new bar, accommodations and alfresco spaces, the palm-tree-adorned pool deck, and food and beverage destinations.
Lush Lobby Escape and Bar
Bask in a tropical haven at the hotel’s lobby, adorned with lush native plants, Florida-inspired motifs, and seating vignettes. The allure of Palm Beach is found in every detail of Palma, the new signature lobby bar, from gold accents and neutral-toned furniture. Enjoy handcrafted cocktails and signature spirits, as well as live music on weekends, in the heart of the hotel.
Distinctive Guestrooms and Suites
The 400 refreshed rooms, including 43 fully renovated suites, feature a refined aesthetic that sing with modern touches, artful design, and expansive sun-filled views. Guests can plunge into a rejuvenating escape with a newly appointed collection of executive rooms with sweeping skyline views. The 81 rooms on floors 10-12 feature elevated offerings, dedicated business concierge services, priority poolside loungers, a Nespresso machine, upgraded linens, and more.
Palm trees and botanical landscapes line the pool deck, creating a secluded escape in the heart of the city. Six private cabanas, designed with reclaimed wood and natural fabrics, feature personal televisions, stocked mini refrigerators, private lounge chairs, and a dedicated server. This outdoor oasis transforms into a wellness haven, with new fitness experiences on its expansive lawn, featuring yoga, HIIT, and sound bowl healing classes. The lawn also comes to life with live music, vinyl nights, weekend DJ series curated by Giant Step, and more.
Executive Chef Rodrigo Mezadri has revamped the hotel’s four dining concepts. At Galley, the award-winning indoor and outdoor restaurant, savor a new look and bold menu featuring an array of internationally influenced dishes, handcrafted cocktails, and monthly five-course wine dinners.
Mezze has debuted as a Mediterranean-inspired, indoor-outdoor eatery, utilizing fresh and local fare in an array of globally influenced dishes for breakfast and lunch.
Provisions, an all-day European-inspired patisserie and market, serves fresh-baked pastries and local favorites, such as Pumphouse Coffee.
La Playa, the refreshed poolside eatery, is an island-inspired outpost, serving refreshing cocktails and spritzers for sun-kissed poolside treats, as well as light bites including tacos, pinchos, salads, and more.
Hilton West Palm Beach boasts a new collection of modern art curated by Eaton Fine Art, an award-winning, full-service art consultancy firm based in Austin. The collection champions local artists from underrepresented communities, drawing inspiration from the scenery of West Palm Beach.
Inside Galley, tour a collection that includes native wildlife photography by Florida-based photographer Liesl Marelli, images by Christina Cernik Wof, and portraits from Bahamian photographer Blair Meadows.
Artwork in the suites include drawings by Mark Rebennack, paintings from Cuban-American visual artist Juan Alonso-Rodríguez, and mixed media collages by Kaylee Dalton.
For more information or to make a reservation, visit hiltonwestpalmbeach.com or call (561) 231-6000.