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- Private room
- Boca Raton
Large comfortable room with private entrance in a quiet and pleasant neighborhood. Very suitable for biking or walking. Close to FAU, and Lyn University, Center Mall, to Boca Raton beach, Deerfield beach, and many stores and restaurants. Please Know: We are renting this room just for one guest. we are not able to accommodate guest visitors. For any extra guest that stay in the room day or night without our consent you will be charge $50. Feel free to Call or text if you have any question.
- Private room
- Boca Raton
Looking for a private place while on a stay away from your home? We have the right place for you! There is nothing like having pure privacy when traveling. Our cabana is connected to a house, but you have your own separate room from the main house with a private entrance. You can go in and out as you please and enjoy a relaxing spa-like view to the pool, right outside your sliding door that will soothe your mood and calm your mind. The shared pool and outside area is yours to use.
- Entire guest suite
- Boca Raton
Luxurious private suite with separate entrance attached to a single family home in a central residential quiet Boca Raton neighborhood. Close to beach, Mizner Park, shopping, restaurants & transportation. Unit has separate closet/breakfast bar and well appointed deluxe bathroom. All guests must have a profile photo of themself in order to book this listing.
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Your guide to Boca Raton
All About Boca Raton
Boca Raton is a compact, metropolitan coastal city on the southeastern coast of Florida surrounded by natural beauty, with the Everglades to the west and miles of Atlantic Ocean shoreline to the east. Spanish-style architecture in pretty pastels, endless rows of tall palms, and designer boutiques make Boca Raton one of the gems of southern Florida’s Palm Beaches region. The Boca Raton Museum of Art, Japanese gardens, and local ballet company demonstrate its commitment to the arts.
Just outside town, you’ll find miles and miles of protected wetlands to explore, where you may spot wildlife like alligators, spoonbills, cranes, and the gentle Florida manatee. Red Reef Park and South Beach Park are just a couple of the city’s patrolled beaches, where the area’s clear blue waters draw visitors to swim, surf, and fish for mahi-mahi and blackfin tuna.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Boca Raton?
Southern Florida is hot and humid all year, with cooler nights in the winter and spring seasons. Although summer is a popular time to hit the beaches, you should prepare for a decent amount of rain, and some days, the heat index climbs into the high 90s Fahrenheit. Hurricane season runs from June to November, so you’ll want to keep an eye on the forecast. Winter is the most popular time to book vacation rentals in Boca Raton, as the humidity is at its lowest and the days are still plenty warm enough to spend your days outdoors. In February and March, the Florida Renaissance Festival features live performances, competitions, period-appropriate food and drink, and merchants selling their wares.
What are the top things to do in Boca Raton?
Downtown Boca Raton
Starting in the 1920s, a leading resort architect began planning Boca’s downtown district, and the result is wide and tidy streets lined with turquoise street lamps, palm trees, and Mediterranean Revival buildings. You can spend a full day in this district checking out Mizner Park, the Museum of Art, and the Historical Society & Museum before shopping for souvenirs at one of the chic specialty stores. There are also a plethora of restaurants serving up a variety of cuisines.
Spanish River Park
The beach at Spanish River Park is one of the best in the city, and you can explore both the shoreline and the surrounding dunes on hiking trails open to the public. A lifeguard patrols the beach, and you’ll find plenty of public amenities like picnic areas with barbecues, restrooms, and a paid parking lot.
Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens
When you enter the city’s Japanese gardens, you’ll be transported to historical periods in Japan from the 9th to the early 20th centuries. The replicas of palace gardens are adorned with arched bridges, koi ponds, rock gardens, and bonsai. In the middle of the park, you’ll find a cafe and a museum modeled after a Japanese villa, which exhibits 7,000 pieces of arts and crafts.