RV Stories From The Road Series– East Coast
Are you looking for a luxury RV Resort with First-Class Amenities in an excellent Florida location? After we visited for recent a 3-night stay in June, we highly recommend the Palm Beach Motorcoach Resort.
At only 2 years old, the Palm Beach Motorcoach Resort is one of the newest Class A and Super C resorts located on Florida’s east coast. Just minutes from the beach, shopping, dining and world-class golf courses this boutique motorcoach resort caters to the luxury RV traveler.
With only 100 spacious premium sites, world-class amenities, and friendly and helpful staff this is a true luxury RV Resort that should be on your list.
Click on the video below to see a tour of the resort.
What We Really Liked About Palm Beach Motorcoach Resort
Social Distancing Respected
We were met at the registration gate by friendly (masked and gloved) Katie, who provided us with a complete welcome package and directed us to our site. There’s no need to go into the office or interact with other staff since they already have all the paperwork prepared in advance.
The WIFI Is High Speed Throughout the Property!
Most resorts say they have WIFI, Palm Beach Motorcoach Resort has outstanding WIFI throughout the resort! If you need internet connections, especially high speed, this resort has it.
There is no additional charge for the internet and we were able to have high-speed connections in our coach. The internet speeds were strong enough to stream TV shows, download, and surf the net and work from inside our coach. We were in site 86, pretty far from the clubhouse, and still had great WIFI!
Internet speed and connections are always an issue in RV resorts and parks we visit that promise internet but don’t have the bandwidth to handle the number of guests or the traffic using the system. Palm Beach Motorcoach Resort invested in the technology to keep us connected!
Brand New Clubhouse and Amenities
Palm Beach Motorcoach Resort is only 2 years old and is very well maintained. The clubhouse itself was professionally and tastefully decorated. Even the huge restrooms and showers show incredible attention to detail. This luxury RV resort is as nice, if not nicer than many 5-star resort hotels.
Very Clean Facilities
Not all the facilities are open in order to comply with Palm Beach County COVID restrictions (like the gym), but those that are including the pool and deck seating area are immaculate. We watched as the resort staff cleaned and sanitized all areas several times per day.
The staff and owners at Palm Beach Motorcoach Resort are great! They can provide restaurant suggestions, ideas for sightseeing or just a smile and friendly wave as you pass.
Tip: Ask the resort staff for dining recommendations. They sent us to an outstanding barbeque restaurant called Park Avenue BBQ!
Rates At Palm Beach Motorcoach Resort
As with most resorts, the rates vary depending on whether you are visiting during the Summer (off-season) or Winter (high-season). Rates range from $75-$145 per night.
Can You Buy A Site At PBMR
Yes, we’re happy to say that the sites are for sale at this RV Resort. The prices range from around $125,000 to the low $200,000s depending on the site size and location. Based on what we have learned throughout our travels in luxury RV resorts, these prices are very reasonable for the location and quality of the resort.
You better hurry if you are interested since over 25 percent of the 100 sites available are already sold!
Is There A Home Owners Association at PBMR- What Are the Costs?
Most luxury resort properties that offer lots for sale have an HOA in order to keep up the standards and property values, and PBMR is no different. The monthly dues are approximately $300 and are billed quarterly.
Can You Build On Your Site?
Yes, you can build on your site. You can customize your site with outdoor kitchens, extended pavers or even coach cottages. The owners at PBMR can even offer county approved floor plans to make the building permitting process easier.
Can You Rent Your Site When Not In Use?
Yes, there is a rental management program at PBMR. Some owners use this as a way to offset ownership costs.
Amenities At Palm Beach Motorcoach Resort
- Large Brick Paver Back-In or Pull-In Motorcoach Lots (21.5′ x 65.0′)
- 200 amp electric (for outdoor kitchens), water, sewer, and cable hook-ups
- 6,200 square foot Superior Clubhouse, great for entertaining with sections set aside for social distancing
- Full Bar Area
- Fitness Room
- Billiards Room
- Two Card Rooms
- Laundry Facilities
- Infinity Pool overlooking the lake and fountain
- Hot Tub
- Sun Deck
- Bocce Courts
- Pickleball Courts
- Dog Park
- Covered Terrace w/ Fire Tables
Active Management and Owners
They actively solicit feedback from guests and owners and are quick to make improvements. One of the recent additions was the dog park based on feedback the resort owners received.
What Could Have Been Done Better
We spend quite a bit of time in both luxury boutique resorts (with 100 sites or less) and the larger luxury resorts, and we could not find one thing we would change with the Palm Beach Motorcoach Resort!
In some of the RV resorts we have visited the location is too remote, or the amenities are not as promised or are not updated or lacking, or the internet connections are often not up to current standards. This was not the case with the Palm Beach Motorcoach Resort.
This is truly a Boutique Luxury RV Resort that is definitely worth a visit… we’ll definitely be going back!
Things To Do While Visiting the Palm Beach and Jupiter Area
3 Days RVing In Palm Beach Florida
There are lots of things to do in Palm Beach and the surrounding areas. Three days isn’t enough time to see or do everything, but here are a few ideas to get you started.
Palm Beach is considered Florida’s Golf Capital. With over 160 golf courses designed by the greatest architects in the sport, golfers won’t want to miss taking a swing on one of these world-class courses. Here’s some of the best.
PGA National Resort and Spa has 5 courses including The Champion, a Jack Nicklaus-designed course that features the infamous Bear Trap – said one of the most daunting three-hole stretches in golf.
The Breakers Ocean Course, Florida’s oldest 18-hole golf course with breathtaking ocean views.
Boating and Marinas
Some of the best fishing in Florida can be found off of the Palm Beach coast. Charter a boat at one of our favorite marinas, The Sailfish Marina or just stroll the docks and check out the yachts.
If you want to see how the other half lives, try a bike ride on the 5 ½ mile Palm Beach Lake Trail (also known as the Trail of Conspicuous Consumption). This beautiful paved trail takes you along the intercoastal waterway past some of the oldest and most elegant mansions in Palm Beach.
Climbing tours are available in this awesome lighthouse built in 1860.