No matter the season, it is always sunny in South Florida at Casa Grandview in West Palm Beach. From arts, culture, entertainment, golf, award winning spas, water sports, and dining options -- you will find nothing lacking in our beautiful City with CityPlace, Clematis, Waterfront Commons, Worth Avenue, Palm Beach, PBI Airport only minutes away! Check out us on Facebook for things to do in the area. See Location for a full listing of events and attractions year long!
Spring Shoulder Season
April 28-June 1
The spring season is packed with full-filled West Palm Beach waterfront festivals and concerts such as SunFest.
Quiet Summer Season
June 2-Sept 30
The summer is made for great deals, savings, families, beaches, and leisure days at the pool.
Fall Shoulder Season
Oct 1-Dec 1
Fall is the perfect time to escape with cool yet sunny climates, a nap in a hammock, exploring, or attending fall festivals.
High Winter Season
Dec 2-April 27
Our Winter Season brings all you "snow birds" to thaw out from the northern snow and ice. The ideal weather!
Winter is widely considered to be the peak season for travel to West Palm Beach, but there really isn't a bad time to visit this city of over 100,000 people. Excellent deals are to be had during the summer off season, and since there are so many great beaches in the area, a summer visit can be ideal for beach enthusiasts. The subtropical climate in south Florida means that the area beaches can also be enjoyed in winter, which is why people like Henry Flagler started spending their winters here. It's definitely a destination that grew up around the tourism industry. See More
Here are a few important links and resources as you prepare for a trip to South Florida during Hurricane Season. Casa Grandview will keep you posted on any emergency updates and procedures. Hurricane Season officially runs from June 1 through November 30. That doesn’t mean we can’t have a hurricane in any other month, but over 97% of tropical storms have occurred during this period. Historically, approximately half of the major hurricanes to make landfall in Southeast Florida have occurred in September, with the remainder split between August and October. Trip Advisor: Read More
Important Links for Hurricane Season