Jupiter Beach Resort, Jupiter, Florida
The Jupiter Beach Resort is located on the largest stretch of secluded beach in Jupiter. Among the nearby attractions include the Palm Beach Gardens, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, Roger Dean Stadium, Hibel Museum, Sun Cruz Casino and the Worth Avenue. There are 168 guest rooms and suites at the Jupiter Beach Resort. All units are outfitted with free Internet connections, LCD televisions, clock radios, safe-deposit boxes, ironing equipment, coffee makers and private balconies. Bathrooms come with hair dryers, pedestal sinks and complimentary toiletries. Wet bars and other additional amenities are provided with select units. The Jupiter Beach Resort features a variety of leisure and wellness amenities. These include 1,000 feet of private beach, an oceanfront pool, a waterfall spa and a 7,500-square-foot spa and salon. This resort also provides a 12,000-square-foot meeting/banquet space, a restaurant, a lounge, wedding services and a 24-hour front desk.
Andrea Costello DiLiberto (verified owner) –
Awesome family resort!
This is an awesome family getaway! It is right on the beach AND there is a TON to do at the resort AND in the town of Jupiter. There is babysitting available if you need it by licensed insured company. In addition, the customer service and children’s programs are fantastic. Love the resort, the cleanliness, the food and my husband and kids loved it, too!
Tips for Families
Try to book when it is not a school break as the rates go up during that time.
Dana Esker (verified owner) –
Fun time for the whole family.
From the moment we arrived at Jupiter Beach Resort and Spa we were greeted with a warm welcome. As we went inside to check-in all I could do was look around at all of the elegance they had to offer. Our room was on the 7th floor, we had a double partial view suite, we had a pretty great view for the price we paid. We got a really great deal, buy 2 nights, get 1 free. The beach and pool was amazing, the only complaint I had was the weather, not that it’s the hotels fault, I’ll lie that at Mother Nature’s door, it rained half of the time we were there, but the rest of the time it was beautiful. We walked the beach every evening, the kids had a great time counting all of the turtle nests that we saw. On one of our walks we said we would walk until we counted 100 nest then turn around, when we got to 100 we went to turn around and a few steps away was nest 101, a big loggerhead turtle nesting. It was a great experience for the kids. We were hoping to find some baby turtles making it back to see but we were never in the right place at the right time. Hopefully next time. We ate breakfast every morning at Sinclair’s, lunch every day at the SandBar, and we ate dinner at Sinclair’s. One night we ventured out to the mall and ate out. The food was amazing! Great portions and very tasty. My kids loved the kids’s menu, it was very affordable. The only regret I have was I didn’t take the time to check out the spa…..I’ll leave that for my next visit. We’re going to plan a vacation here every year. My kid’s had such a great time, they didn’t want to leave.
Tips for Families
There is a Publix right down the street, very convenient. We went and bought the kids some boogie board there at a very reasonable price.