Crane's BeachHouse Hotel & Tiki Bar

82 Gleason St.
Delray Beach, FL 33483


  • Daily 9am-9pm
Crane's Beach House Hotel & Tiki Bar is a local paradise, a luxurious resort recalling exotic locales right in our backyard. Established in 2001 by Michael Crane, it's the kind of all-purpose hideaway equally suitable for parties and vacations both long and short. If you stay in one of the 27 guest suites, you'll have access to heated swimming pools, a waterfall, hammocks, and the Tiki Bar, which is also available for corporate events, wedding receptions, and other private parties. For that, there's a series of party packages you can purchase, like the Non-Private Bar Group Package for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings. The Tiki Bar features weekly live entertainment - check the website's calendar - and house drinks, like its own Mike A Rita. If you're not the kind to stay tucked away and partying, the spot's in a prime location, with easy access to Atlantic Avenue's shops, the Morikami Gardens, and the beach, located right across the street. Call for reservations.

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