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Worth Avenue is a shopping and dining enclave that is internationally revered for its beauty, its history and its unparalleled legacy of fine customer service. More than a shopping destination in South Florida; it becomes its own experience from the...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
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Worth Ave, Palm Beach, FL
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The equivalent of Rodeo Drive on the West Coast, Worth Avenue has many upscale clothing stores and a well-heeled clientele. The street is lined with expensive cars (parking is somewhat limited), and the passersby are serious shoppers and tourists alike. The low buildings are attractively...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank putnik123
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Unfortunately when I visited Palm Beach I didn’t have an opportunity to go shopping. I took a drive at night with my friend who lives near by. I took som photos bc it was the week before Christmas and I thought it looked beautiful.

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank michelehornberger
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Palm Beach is amazing. Worth Avenue has so much to offer. I love the quaint streets and there is something for everyone. One of a kind boutiques. #WorthAvenue Can't wait to go back, It has been a while.

Date of experience: January 2018
1  Thank Sharon C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Wonderful street to shop, browse and eat. High end. Not for flea market bottom feeders. Enjoy the high end I!!!!!!!

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank 980stanleyr
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Happy to have spent the night here while the tree was lit. Walked the beautiful shops and enjoyed the local festivities. Beautiful shops...

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank windsorbmf
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Worth Ave, Fun place to window shop with lots of very upscale stores and boutiques with nice cafes to choose from

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank SendaCowChip
Reviewed November 24, 2018

This is one of Florida's High End area with amazing stores and restaurants from one end to the other. A must do.

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank BATMANCATWOMAN
Reviewed October 29, 2018

I've been here a couple times, I'm personally not a upscale/high class citizen though. It is very nice to walk down though and check out all the things you can't afford! A lot of the restaurants emit smelly smells worth smelling. You may be drooling...More

Date of experience: April 2018
Thank Matthew W
Reviewed October 27, 2018 via mobile

Highly upscale with designers & unique boutiques, jewelry, and shoppers (beautiful people)... Very walkable, close to the public beach (look for the famous clock tower), most restaurants with dress codes, but a few options available for the beach goers. A “must” for all Palm Beach...More

Date of experience: October 2018
1  Thank culturetonjardin
Reviewed October 14, 2018

Every major designer has a boutique on Worth Ave. It’s Madison Ave and Rodeo Dr rolled into one. The restaurants are equally wonderful.

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Sandi S
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Dorothy J
April 4, 2017|
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Response from ScottBeckett | Reviewed this property |
LOL. Only if you want it to be. Restaurants are all upscale but not over the top like New York or Rome or London. There are a lot of very expensive shops but we also found some great deals at some very nice shops. Can't say... More
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AllyFlorida
September 11, 2015|
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Response from Luckydog17 | Reviewed this property |
On street,but it can be hard to find and timed for one to two hours - the parking ticket is 50$ so try the lot by Tiffianys and be safe. Have fun :)
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ChrystinP
Dallas, Texas
Tuesday June 7 Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Belmont... (4 Replies)
Pepper and I are going, if anybody else can make it, that would be great. The Belmont has valet parking if you turn immediately into the lot from Fort Worth (headed west), but if you go past the first turn-in, there is a self-parking lot just beyond the main driveway entrance. Bring your own lawn chairs. There may or may not be grilled hot dogs for a fee. The bar has light meals available. And, of course, drinks are available from the bar. I'll be wearing my TripAdvisor tee shirt. ...More
June 06, 2006|
Response frompepper|
THere will be hot dogs...just found out, but not vegetarian...we'll eat before we go....count me in for a Belmontini!!!
WDWDolphinFan
Washington, DC
Do we need a rental car at the Breakers? (4 Replies)
We are considering a 4-night stay at the Breakers in April. We'll need transportation to/from the airport, plan a couple of dinners off-site (such as Cafe Boulud), and a trip downtown (Worth Avenue, etc.) Any rough idea of what taxis would run to the airport, downtown, or to the restaurant? I'm assuming taxis would be cheaper than car rental (plus the $25 per day parking fee), but am not sure. Also, are taxis readily available?
March 26, 2009|
Response fromflapenny|
Save yourself the hassle - rent a car. The Breakers can call for cabs for you, but you'll have to wait for one to arrive. And cabs in WPB are not nearly as nice as those in DC. From Breakers to airport, probably $15 - 20; to Worth Avenue and the shops/restaurants along Royal Poinciana Way, around $7-10; to downtown WPB and Cityplace(across the bridge)$10-15. Thing is, a car gives you great freedom - so if you decide to go over to Singer Island, or to Lake Worth, or to visit some of the fine...More
Sheenzilla
Ontario, canada
Ritz Carlton (16 Replies)
Hi I'm going to West Palm Beach for 3 days in June, so what to get the best out of my short trip. Anyone know what is around this hotel and where I can get some good shopping done (I know Worth Avenue is expensive, I'm looking for something a little more affordable). Any other tips for a first timer? Also going there alone for work so is it safe for a 22 yr old female to walk around alone? Thanks a lot!
May 25, 2006|
Response frommermaid76|
While there, go over the bridge to the Old Key Lime House......for your age, Thursday night is the best night-Regae night....lots of fun. Usually gets started around 9:00. The bartender at the tiki bar is Scott, I am is Fiance....tell him I sent you and he will treat you well. I used to live across the street from the Ritz for 4 years, single and alone...very safe.......and was 23-26 years of age. Never had a problem. As for shopping, I would head north on 1-95 to PGA blvd and go to the...More