Unforgettable meetings take place in The Palm Beaches. From world-class hotels in thriving, walkable downtowns to sprawling outdoor spaces adjacent to modern, flexible meeting spaces, the perfect experience for every group is at your fingertips. And, in the heart of vibrant West Palm Beach, the Palm Beach County Convention Center sits amongst top dining, entertainment and natural beauty.
Palm Beach County Convention Center boasts 350,000 sq ft of state-of-the-art meeting space, including a large exhibit hall, a ballroom, and plenty of flexible breakout rooms.
If you are looking for an outdoor space, SKYroom offers an immersive cultural experience day and night. Sited at the main entrance to the Palm Beach County Convention Center, SKYroom is an elegant, ever-changing sculptural landscape with a lush subtropical atmosphere—the perfect outdoor venue for your next event!
Attendees can stay at the AAA 4-Diamond Hilton West Palm Beach, which is connected to the Convention Center via a short indoor hallway. Hotel amenities include a resort-style pool, poolside cabanas, live music, fitness classes, lawn games, a sophisticated restaurant, as well as indoor/outdoor event space. Our convention center is also surrounded by over 1,200 guestrooms within a walkable 1-mile radius. Some popular options include the Canopy by Hilton, the AKA West Palm, the Hyatt Place West Palm Beach, and many more.
Palm Beach County Convention Center is located less than a mile from the waterfront and at the heart of the Downtown West Palm Beach Convention, Arts, and Entertainment District.
Just across the street from the convention center, The Square is a vibrant shopping and dining outdoor area with plenty of entertainment options. Also near the convention center, the popular Clematis Street is a buzzing area with lively restaurants and bars.
And for all art lovers, the Raymond F. Kravis Center—one of the premier performing arts centers in the Southeast—is right across the street.
By car, by plane, by boat, or by train, Palm Beach County Convention Center is easily accessible by all. Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) is just three miles away and offers an average of 200 daily flight arrivals and departures from 13 airlines.
The Palm Beach County Convention Center is also only five minutes from I-95, the Tri-Rail Station and the Brightline Station. Brightline, the only privately owned and operated intercity passenger railroad in the United States, connects West Palm Beach to Miami, with stops in Aventura, Ft. Lauderdale, and Boca Raton.