A Video of Camelot West palm beach
Camelot West palm beach, Guide & Review
If you aren’t in the mood for too big of a crowd, Camelot club is where you need to be. It acts as a homage to former president Kennedy’s love for sailing and West Palm Beach, where he used to have a vacation home and is as themed as such. Unlike most bars in this list, Camelot is a semi private, upscale lounge/club. The club itself has wooden panels, whitewashed walls with nautical nodes everywhere such as old ropes and anchors.”The woodwork inside is done mainly by the owner himself, Rodney Mayo. There is even a VIP section that is fashioned after Kennedy’s yacht. There are two bars serving craft cocktails, great wine, and beer. A dance floor is present for the people who wish to sway to the sounds of ocean music. They are open Thursday 9:00 pm – 2:00 am Friday and Saturday 9:00 pm – 4:00 am. You can visit for a cover charge of $20 or purchase a yearly membership to the club, which ranges from $500 for the Captain’s membership to $1000 for the Fleet Admirals membership offering many perks such as no waiting bringing guests. discount on drinks, etc. So if you frequently find yourself in West palm beach, a membership may be a worthwhile investment though you will have to get lucky as they only offer limited memberships at a time. It is worth noting the crowd is slightly older in age, and the place can get rather cramped during the weekends. According to Rodney Mayo, this is where the “sophisticated south Floridian” comes to party. So if you feel you belong to that crowd or just want to go out and not be surrounded by a rowdy crowd, Camelot west palm beach is where you need to be.