Summer: April 16 – December 14 2021
US$375 Minimum stay 5 nights
Winter: December 15 – December 17 2021
US$495 Minimum stay 7 nights
Christmas: December 18 – January 10 2022
US$600 Minimum stay 14 nights
Winter: January 11 – April 15 2022
US$500 Minimum stay 7 nights
Summer: April 16 – December 14 2022
US$400 Minimum stay 5 nights
Rates are per night, accommodation only
Plus 10% Accommodation Levy, 1.5% service fee
Until confirmed rates may have changed without notice
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About The Property
This lovely two bedroom, two bathroom top floor condo is a great choice for a business trip or a quiet getaway.
Palm Beach 509 is positioned in such a way that it takes in some fantastic sea views and views of the lush and flourishing grounds.
The condo is extremely well outfitted, with an open plan kitchen/living area offering casual seating at the granite countertop and the patio offering dining at the marble table. The living room area is spacious with comfortable seating focused on a large flat screen TV. The covered patio also offers additional outdoor seating and lounging area which makes the most of Caribbean living.
Both bedrooms are air-conditioned with en suite bathrooms, and the master bedroom boasts lovely sea views as well as access to the covered patio. The Master bedroom has a King size bed while the second bedroom has a Queen size bed.
Housekeeping is provided 3 days a week.
There is a gym on property as well as a large communal pool and direct beach access.
Palm Beach 509 is not suitable for small children and children over 12 years old are welcome.
We also have several other 2 and 3 bedroom condos within the Palm Beach complex to offer.
The Condominiums at Palm Beach is a private gated community with all the flair and amenities of a luxury West Coast project. It is not a resort and hence does not provide resort type services. The development is primarily a private residential complex where some owners participate in short term rentals. The primary objective is to ensure the peaceful enjoyment of the property by all residents.
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