When it comes to luxury hotels especially in Palm Beach County having a niche is the key to survival. While competition may seem like trouble in some business sectors this may not be the case for luxury hotels. Actually, the more luxury hotel niches in the Palm Beach County area could be good for business.
According to npbc.blog.palmbeachpost.com managers of hotels such as the Wyndham Grand Jupiter, which opened on Monday in Jupiter’s Harbourside Place reveal it’s different in the luxury hotel business.
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“We can complement each other,” said Matt Boris, the general manager of the 179-room Wyndham Grand Jupiter. Nightly room rates start at $229 and go to $900 for suites at the hotel at the northwest corner of Indiantown Road and U.S. 1.
North county luxury hotels include PGA National Resort & Spa and the Jupiter Beach Resort & Spa. Managers of those and other luxury county hotels say each has a niche.
Northern Palm Beach County is “starving” for more luxury hotels, said Joel Paige, the general manager of PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, the 800-acre resort that is the home of The Honda Classic and has 339 rooms and 40 two-bedroom cottages.
“(Wyndham Grand) will certainly enhance Jupiter’s upscale lodging offerings, and further enrich the choices of travelers to our area,” said David Burke, The Breakers’ vice president of sales and marketing.
“There is enough luxury hotel business for everyone. I’ve gotten calls from other managers wishing us luck,” said Boris.