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From on-site dining and free Wi-Fi to the varied great restaurants all around, Hyatt Place West Palm Beach/Downtown is a great spot for a day use stay. Guests can indulge their artistic inclinations at the nearby museum and sculpture park, or take in all the delights of the beach (perhaps catching a glimpse of sea turtles into the bargain).
All the World’s a Menu – Oenophiles can enjoy themselves at Fern Street Wine Bar & Kitchen, where high quality food and a wide selection of wine and beer are served up. Traditional French cuisine is on the menu at Pistache French Bistro, whilst BRIO Tuscan Grille provides Tuscan treats, wine, and cocktails. If you prefer Middle Eastern style then head to the opulent surroundings of Leila Restaurant, where the traditional dishes are augmented with hookah pipes and belly dancing at the weekend.
Artistic Delights – Just to the hotel’s south is the Norton Museum of Art, where American, Chinese, and French art is exhibited. Amongst the displays there’s Buddhist sculpture. Not far away is the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, the historic home of the eponymous artist, whose works are exhibited both indoors and in the gardens.
Zoo – To the southwest is Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society, which includes a botanical garden for those who like flora as well as fauna. There are exotic residents and native species, with colorful birds and enormous alligators.
Beautiful Beaches – There are plenty of places for day visitors to enjoy the sun, sea, and sand, and one of the best is John D. MacArthur Beach State Park. There are nature walks for leisurely strolls, kayaking if you’re feeling more energetic, and if you’re lucky you might just encounter a sea turtle.
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