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  • Contemporary designed front desk with coastal-inspired decor, capturing the essence of West Palm Beach living
    Contemporary designed front desk with coastal-inspired decor, capturing the essence of West Palm Beach living

    All About

    The Singer Oceanfront Beach Resort

A Hidden Gem on Florida’s Eastern Shores

Set along miles of warm sands and embracing a laid-back coastal lifestyle you’ll find a pristine oceanfront sanctuary within the boutique resort setting of The Singer.

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    An Homage to a Dream

    Situated between the well-known resort destinations of West Palm Beach and Jupiter, Singer Island is a hidden gem known for its spacious and pristine beaches, easygoing vibes, and natural ecosystem. Its history as a luxury retreat for locals and visitors alike, however, dates back to the 1920s, when a sewing magnate heir and a famed Palm Beach architect came up with a visionary plan.

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    The Man with The Plan

    An heir to the Singer Sewing Machine Company fortune. A philanthropist who transformed his English home, Oldway Mansion, to the American Women’s War Relief Hospital in 1914. A founding figure of Palm Beach, and a man of luxury, taste, and imagination, Paris Eugene Singer was many things.

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    A Fortuitous Friendship

    Singer Island gets its name from Paris Eugene Singer, the son of Isaac Singer, founder of the Singer Sewing Machine Company. As a developer and early resident of Palm Beach, Paris Singer recognized the many attractions and allures of the area. It was fortuitous, then, that in 1917, Singer met architect Addison Mizner, who would go on to become the best-known architect in America of his time. The two quickly became fast friends.

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Revolutionizing Palm Beach Architecture

In 1918, Mizner was visiting Singer at his Palm Beach home. Recognizing Mizner’s considerable genius, Singer “agreed to pay the architect a $6,000 a year retainer for life if his work was confined exclusively to the Palm Beach area.” Starting with the renowned Everglades Club, Singer and Mizner would go on to create “the Palm Beach we know today with its Spanish architecture, picturesque streets and exclusive shops.”

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    From Palm Beach to Palm Beach Ocean

    In anticipation of a Palm Beach real estate boom, Singer soon turned his focus across the water to a hidden gem of a peninsula, where he used to take his friends on picnics. Wanting to create a luxury retreat for locals and visitors alike, he called his new development “Palm Beach Ocean” and envisioned the island as a residential area for homes and a golf course, flanked by two hotels: The Blue Heron and The Paris Singer Resort.

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    When the Best-Laid Plans Go Awry

    Despite selling practically every lot, and investing over $2,000,000 into The Blue Heron, the combination of a Miami hurricane, the Florida real estate collapse of 1926, and the stock market crash of 1929 brought all of Singer’s plans to a halt. Left behind were a development of empty lots and the half-finished Blue Heron. The shell of The Blue Heron remained for 14 years, until Paris Singer’s dream finally came to an end when the abandoned, incomplete hotel was razed.

Aerial shot from The Singer Oceanfront Resort

A Transformative Journey Fulfilled

Fast forward to 2024 and a much-anticipated dream has finally been realized. Inspired by both its location and the designs of Mizner, The Singer Oceanfront Resort, Curio Collection by Hilton brings a collective vision to fruition. Formerly the Hilton Singer Island Oceanfront/Palm Beaches Resort, the newly transformed lifestyle resort combines an admiration of Southeast Florida’s history with a forward-focused design and mindset.

Most fittingly, The Singer is stunningly situated on a highly sought-after parcel of land — the same location that so captivated Paris Eugene Singer’s imagination when he was creating the destination of Singer Island a century ago.

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Escape from it all

Resort Location

The Singer is perfectly situated on the beach at the south end of Singer Island, just 5.4 miles from West Palm Beach and 10.6 miles from Jupiter along Florida’s Atlantic-facing eastern shores. 

Frequently Asked Questions

The Singer is a cash-free resort. We accept all major credit cards, contactless mobile payments, or room charge.

Yes, The Singer offers luggage storage for early arrivals and late departures at no extra cost. Inquire ahead of time or speak to our front desk for details.

We ask that you let us know a minimum of 48 hours in advance of your scheduled check-in. Failure to cancel within this time may result in loss of your deposit or additional charges. Please note: More advanced notice may be required for holidays and dates in high demand.

Yes, we offer valet parking for a fee, along with complimentary self-parking at the resort.

Your daily resort fee allows you access to The Singer exclusive guest amenities including:

  • WiFi in guest rooms and public areas
  • Two reusable water bottles
  • Daily rental of two beach chairs and one umbrella per room
  • Non-motorized watersport rentals
  • Bicycle rentals