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Inspired Meetings & Events

The Ben features 8,000 square feet of gathering space where stories unfold, inspiration strikes, and the unexpected delights of the city’s past mingle with modern comforts and vibrant local culture. From a congenial-yet-polished Boardroom to a unique gallery inspired Studio that provides a blank canvas for event planners and corporate leaders to let their creativity roam free. The Ben’s event space channels the spirit of one of West Palm Beach’s great homes and interprets it for a modern social facilitator and notorious host.

Spaces that playfully spark connection & conversation

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The Only Waterfront Ballroom In Downtown West Palm Bach

The Blue Heron Ballroom offers stunning coastal views and with an unmatched location. Rich in whimsical and delightful details, the ballroom can host up to 250 guests and channels a warm conviviality atmosphere creating an experience like no other.

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Built upon a foundation of residential hospitality

Featuring high ceilings, a gallery-like atmosphere and creative entries, The Studio is 1,800 square feet of open-air flex space. The Studio allows for a plethora of room configurations for cocktail parties, event breakouts, wedding ceremonies, and product launch events.

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Retreat For Trendsetters & Traditionalists

For more traditional meetings for up to 12 guests, Kingfishers Boardroom provides a formal and secluded retreat for meetings, interviews or small presentations.

The Ben West Palm will be the first of its kind. Keeping our local guests, visitors, the business traveler as well as groups and events in mind.

– Bernardo Neto, General Manager

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Injecting a new energy into downtown West Palm Beach.

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