Jupiter Beach Resort
5 North A1A, Jupiter, 33477-5190
Jupiter Beach Resort Overview
Ideally located just north of Palm Beach Gardens, Jupiter Beach Resort & Spa welcomes guests to an enclave of barefoot elegance nestled along the largest stretch of secluded beachfront in Palm Beach County. Along with 168 island-inspired accommodations and oceanfront dining, you will discover an endless variety of resort activities ideal for romantic getaways and family vacations.
Stroll along the natural dunes on our secluded beach. Spend an afternoon kayaking through the warm waves of the Atlantic or sip tropical cocktails by our oceanfront swimming pool. At Jupiter Beach Resort, our friendly staff is ready to personalize your Palm Beach vacation with the activities and amenities you care about most. From pampering treatments at our full-service Spa and Salon to fishing excursions and Sea Turtle Walks, Jupiter Beach Resort & Spa will ensure your stay in South Florida offers the perfect blend of adventure and relaxation.
Well-mannered dogs, 20 lbs or less, are permitted in most room types for a minimum fee of $75 for up to three nights and $25 per night thereafter. There is also a deposit of $200 per stay that is refundable based on the state of the room upon departure. Dog owners must present all vaccination paperwork and will be asked to sign a pet owners agreement at the front desk when checking in. Please indicate if you will be bringing your dog when booking a reservation, so an appropriate room type can be assigned.
Find out more about this beautiful beach resort online at JupiterBeachResort.com or call the resort on 877.389.0571 (toll free) / 561.746.2511 (local) today and start planning the pet friendly vacation of your dreams.
Pet Travel Tips:
- Before leaving, check to make sure the hotel accepts pets. And check either our on-line advertisements or directly with the hotel, to find out any restrictions, fees, etc.
- Also find Emergency Veterinary Clinics in the area to which you're headed.
- If the pet travels with you, it will retain a sense of identity. However, pets can become frightened and bolt away from you out of open doors and windows. Keep your pet on a leash when outside your car or hotel.
- Occasionally travelling can upset your pet's stomach. Take along ice cubes, which are easier on your pet than large amounts of water. It is recommended that you keep feeding to a minimum during travel. More pet travel advice...