This family-friendly resort and spa hotel is set on Fort Lauderdale Beach, close to the airport and the Las Olas Riverfront/ cruise port. Nearby attractions include Bonnet House Museum and Gardens.
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of K1 Speed and Boomers. Grand Central Mall and Gallery of Amazing Things are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Located in Hollywood, this beachfront hotel is on the boardwalk and within 2 mi (3 km) of Hollywood North Beach Park, Dog Beach, and Anne Kolb Nature Center. Hollywood Beach Golf Resort and West Lake Park are also within 3 mi (5 km).
This eco-friendly hotel is located near the Fort Lauderdale airport and Port Everglades cruise port, and the Broward convention center. Downtown Fort Lauderdale is 5 miles from the property.
Set on a private beach, this Fort Lauderdale landmark is a 5-minute drive from the convention center, and close to the Port Everglades Cruise Port Terminal, and up-scale shopping at The Galleria Mall.
Located in the heart of Fort Lauderdale, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Anglins Fishing Pier, Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, and Bonnet House Museum and Gardens. Benefit Mall and Gateway Shopping Center are also within 3 mi (5 km).
This extensive resort-style hotel and marina occupies 22 waterfront acres just a bridge crossing away from Fort Lauderdale shops and restaurants, within half a mile of the convention center, and 3 blocks from the beach.
Near the beach, this upscale resort hotel is near sailing and water skiing. For dining and shopping, The Gallery at Beach Place is nearby. Port Everglades (cruise ship terminal) is 2.7 miles away .
Surely, this breathtaking afternoon is only possible in the luxury of the Mediterranean, on the canals of Venice. But no—what a delightful surprise: This is Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The “Venice of America.” A miraculous Atlantic oasis that invites you to view your home country as you never have before. Book cheap hotels near Fort Lauderdale beaches, and you’re in heaven.
When you’re wondering where to stay in Fort Lauderdale, a clear answer whispers itself into your ear: “Go to the beach.” Landlubbers can find things to do in this Floridian paradise, walking Las Olas Boulevard for one, but it’s the water attractions that draw folks to the city year after year. Yes, a faint salty breeze tickling your neck and the warm wash of sun over your face are hard to top. Many of the best places to stay in Fort Lauderdale are just steps from the sand and sea:
With white sand beaches as soft and warm as any bed you’ll find in a luxury hotel, Fort Lauderdale beaches are the place to be when the sun is out. Park your umbrella at John U. Lloyd Beach, a perfect place to watch birds, look for sea turtles, and delight in the restfulness of tidal fauna. At Vista Park, with a pair of flippers and an underwater mask, you’re ready to swim out to the coral reef and have a sublime experience by snorkeling over this fascinating ecosystem.
After recharging on Fort Lauderdale’s welcoming shores, walk to the upscale Galleria shopping center for a discerning afternoon of sophisticated style-hunting. You can also soak up some rays in the canal district. The area is drenched in picturesque Mediterranean charm and it offers relaxing gondola rides. You can’t help but hum “That’s amore” as you pass stunning Southern mansions and lovable cottages.
The promise of sand between your toes and the greenery at Hugh Taylor Birch State Park lures you to the Floridian coast. When you book Fort Lauderdale hotel deals with Travelocity, your foray into beachside living starts off on the right flip-flop wearing foot. So, book your Fort Lauderdale lodging now and start planning all they ways you can explore Las Olas Beach.