Hampton Inn West Palm Beach Florida Turnpike
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn West Palm Beach Florida Turnpike
Travel Blogs from West Palm Beach
... He had his clothes on, the truck locked, me by the hand and was running down the street in seconds. He had me in a bathroom within two minutes flat. Afterward we were sitting outside just in case I needed the restroom again (I didn't) and JP bought me a rose from a homeless women named Monica. She was drinking a soda with a straw, had two teeth, seemed old but with extremely young looking legs. Tall and seemed ...
This afternoon and evening JP was working in Palm beach. Beautiful place with quite a lot of huge mansions on the ocean. It was hot today but there was a nice breeze. Unfortunately it was insanely hot in the truck. I thought I was going to die. I was feeling bad for all the little kids whose parents leave them in cars. I tried to hang out ...
Day 1: Our flight was fine and we meet our cousins there. When we got home we hung out and played video game and had a great dinner. Good start so far Day 2: Today we watched the new movie guardians of the galaxy witch was awesome and funny. Day 3: In the morning we left to go to an arcade because ...
... finished the drive-through tour, we parked the car and went inside to look at all the cool things on the inside. We went to the gift shop and bought a shirt for me and a rubber alligator for my little brother. Hopefully he doesn't decide to swing it around because it is pretty heavy and I would imagine it would hurt if it hit you. We started walking around and we came across a duck sitting on a wooden railing next to a feeding station. I didn't have any quarters ...
... I thought about what kind of person I was when I came here, to Brattleboro. I thought about what kind of person I was leaving as. I thought about gaps that were filled in, thought processes that changed directions, the growth, and the driving forces behind it all. People. There were a few books and some bad food. But, ...