Situated on the largest stretch of secluded beach in Palm Beach County, Jupiter Beach Resort & Spa is exactly where you’d want to go to escape the hustle of ordinary life. Adventure and relaxation go hand in hand in Jupiter – from watersports to sea turtle walks to fishing excursions, the resort has plenty of things to do for every type of traveler.
STAY: Bringing Tropical Island-Style to Jupiter
Each of the 168 island-styled guest rooms welcomes guests with overstuffed furnishings, warm colors, and dark tropical woods, lending an air of beachy, relaxed luxury. The island-inspired lobby welcomes guests with warm colors and rich wood tones. Families can upgrade to a one- or two-bedroom Penthouse Suite, complete with a living room, dining area, and entertainment center.
EAT: Oceanfront Dining at Its Best
With dishes that focus on Florida’s abundance of fresh ingredients and seafood, Sinclair’s Ocean Grill has built a solid reputation as one of Jupiter’s best restaurants, plus an oceanfront view. For those who just can’t tear themselves away from the beach, The Sandbar has fresh, casual fare that can be enjoyed poolside. Pull up a chair, and close out the day next to the outdoor fire pit, drink in hand.
PLAY: So Many Options, So Little Daylight
With so many things to do, you’ll have to get organized to fit it all in. The pristine beach is an obvious draw, as is the oceanfront swimming pool, but there is also the spa, tennis, and deep-sea fishing – and that’s just on the resort. North Palm Beach attractions include theaters, museums, the Palm Beach Zoo, and even a lighthouse tour.
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The nature trails and wildlife hospital of Busch Wildlife Sanctuary are a once-in-a-lifetime chance to get up close and personal with Florida’s native wildlife. You might recognize a few of the sanctuary’s animals, like Ginger, the brown pelican. Jack Hanna, best known for bringing wild animals to American television sets, brought Ginger on The David Letterman Show for his last visit before Letterman’s retirement.