Finding an ideal budget friendly hotel in West Palm Beach does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Economy Inn West Palm Beach, a nice option for travellers like you.
Close to some of West Palm Beach's most popular landmarks, such as St Juliana Catholic Church (1.3 mi) and Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens (2.9 mi), Economy Inn West Palm Beach is a great destination for tourists.
Rooms at Economy Inn West Palm Beach offer air conditioning and a refrigerator providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
Room service is one of the conveniences offered at this hotel. If you are driving to Economy Inn West Palm Beach, free parking is available.
While visiting West Palm Beach, you may want to try some lobster at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Marcello's La Sirena, Table 26, or Maison Carlos.
Should time allow, Palm Beach Maritime Museum is a popular history museum that is relatively easy to get to.
Economy Inn West Palm Beach looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to West Palm Beach.
The building looks nice, but don't expect it to be something luxurious. It has an older type feel and a decoration that's not so modern. Rooms were pretty clean and beds were not too hard to sleep on (I can only sleep on softer mattresses). The overall size of the room was a bit small, but it was only me staying there; so it wasn't a big deal. Overall, the place was acceptable for the price I paid. It was close to the airport, it was easy to find, and my one-night stay was pretty decent. If you are on a budget and looking to land somewhere to get some rest before heading out, this place is excellent.
First thing you need to know is that this property was probably built in the 1960s. It's old, but many of the furnishing have been updated in this century. ;-) The area is very hard to figure out. Some nice restaurants, and then some shady places around the corner. And it didn't help when my Lyft driver told me not to walk in the area at night, as we pulled into the parking lot of the Economy Inn at around 6pm. Apparently West Palm Beach has some shady areas near the Interstate highway (per my driver). Upon arriving, I noticed the former pool had been filled in and nicely landscaped. Honestly, the best pool to landscaping gig I've seen at a motel like this. I had to ring a doorbell for the Operator/Owner to come let me in. Not the first time to experience this with the older, "ma and pa" type of establishments. I believe the owners live onsite and do most of the work managing the property. A few of the previous reviews referenced the staff being rude. I get it. The owners didn't go out of their way to offer southern hospitality. But my guess is that it's a cultural thing. For a business owner in their 60's-70's, from another country, changing personalities is probably not going to happen. However, in the Southeast US, guests do expect more hospitality and clear English speaking staff than what the Economy Inn provides. Just know what to expect. Oh, and bring your own hair dryer. The room and bathroom seemed to be clean overall. Bed and pillows were comfortable. Plenty of electrical and charging outlets, Direct TV, microwave, and working fridge. The AC fan was a quite stale when I turned it on, so I didn't use it for most of the night. The shower is all old tile that probably needs replacing due to grout stains in the corners. Vanity and toilet were fairly new, as were the laminate hardwood floors. FYI, These rooms are really small and there is no desk for working. Just remember, it's called ECONOMY Inn for a reason. They run a very lean, non-flashy, no big chain motel, but overall clean. I would say this place is good for a night when you need to get to the airport quickly for an early morning flight, or (apparently) for an inexpensive, wild night of couple passion (per the room next door -- thin walls, beware). For me, I had an early flight the next day ;-) so it worked fine. Because of the area, though, I would not recommend this motel for a female traveling alone.…
Front desk rude... every morning the lady was knocking the door very strongly that make me jump...not nice way to do...I was staying for two weeks and I ask the lady to not coming every morning for cleaning she say no...I left after a week...they lost business...sorry I don't come back...management need to do something...
Please save your money and find a different hotel. The guy at the front desk was so RUDE! Yelling at me in his accent NO SMOKING, do you Smoke? I answered yes, and he yells louder NO SMOKING in room. I said Ok, I usually smoke outside. My daughter and I were driving for hours and it was 9 pm and we were just tired. He was kind enough to give us 1 (notice I said 1) bottle of water as my daughter and me looked at each other like....is there only 1 of us? The room was not worth the $90 I paid for just a place to sleep for the night. The bathroom was from the 60's, cramped. In the morning, I had to run to get coffee. No coffeemaker in a hotel room that you pay $90?? What The Hell is that? Beware of housekeeping in the morning, they sit around outside the rooms waiting for you to leave. An older couple were cleaning rooms and I was outside smoking, the older guy with his accent asked if I was leaving. I said no not yet, it's only 9 AM and check out is at 11 AM. So he and the lady sat outside and watched my daughter and I every move. Talk about making us feel uncomfortable!! I would not even recommend this place to a dog. Horrible horrible!!…
Stayed here for 2 nights. The reception staff was friendly even tho just before she came she seemed to argue with her child. Clean place, little worn out. Refridgerator keeps quite loud noice. Us1 road just next to and the railroad not too far, can hear the rain during the night. Trashbin not taken out daily, even it was full. Towels changed tho.