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Here's a list of hotels that are open, closed or full in Palm Beach County after Hurricane Irma

Posted at 6:55 PM, Sep 12, 2017

Need a place to sleep in Palm Beach County after Hurricane Irma? Here is a list of hotels and what their current status is. 

Several hotels in Palm Beach County are offering special rates for those in need of accommodations. Please call directly for availability, power and rates. 

Click on the markers to find out more, including a phone number and website for the hotel, room availability and price and whether pets are allowed.* If this information was available

This information was provided by Discover the Palm Beaches. Find additional information onhotel status here.

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