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Seminole Hard Rock Hotel Hollywood
33 reviews
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W Fort Lauderdale
12 reviews
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Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort
10 reviews
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Sonesta Fort Lauderdale
9 reviews
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Hilton Fort Lauderdale Marina
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12 reviews
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Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Marriott Resort & Spa
8 reviews
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With 23 miles of sandy beaches, a cruise ship port and thriving bar scene, it’s no wonder Fort Lauderdale, Florida, gained a reputation for being adolescent America’s most popular (and debaucherous) Spring Break destination. However, since the 1980s, the subtropical city that inspired Where the Boys Are has done some soul searching. Today, Fort Lauderdale prefers to go by its new moniker, the “Venice of America”, catering to a more upscale European crowd and a blossoming art and culture scene. Still, though the city is working hard to move past its decades-old reputation, its weather and white sand beaches are as beautiful as ever, ripe for sunbathing, snorkeling, and breaking out your tiniest bikini. Stay at one of the city’s many beachfront resorts, luxury hotels, or budget hotels to enjoy all the city has to offer.

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Beachfront hotel resorts are Fort Lauderdale’s jam, and though some come with a hefty price tag, others accommodate travelers seeking a more affordable sip-my-Mai-Tai-by-the-pool vacation. If you want top-of-the-line luxury, choose the stunning, 1940s elegance of The Ritz Carlton, Fort Lauderdale, featuring sumptuous oceanfront guestrooms, a full-service spa and a heated infinity pool. For idyllic beaches all to yourself (and other hotel guests), stay at Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort and Spa or Pelican Grand Beach Resort. Other luxury beachfront resorts (that are slightly more affordable) include the serene, breezy atmosphere of The Westin Beach Resort, Fort Lauderdale or the snazzy sophistication of the W Fort Lauderdale.

Budget hotels like the newly renovated Sheraton Suites Cypress Creek Fort Lauderdale are close to the airport and offer a peaceful poolside retreat from the city’s wild nightlife. The classier Riverside Hotel is located on the animated Las Olas Boulevard, which boasts a number of al fresco restaurants, cafes and bars.

What To Do in Fort Lauderdale
Obviously, as soon as your plane lands, the first thing to do is slip on your flip flops and hit the beach. If you don’t have the luxury of a private beach at your hotel, Fort Lauderdale Beach is the next best thing. When you tire of having sand all up in places you don’t want it, chic shopping, restaurants, and museums are always close at hand, most within view of the coastline’s turquoise waters. Head to Galleria Mall for shopping in upscale department stores, and in the unlikely event that it rains, the historic Bonnet House and Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art are great indoor activities. Pro tip: for a relaxing tour of the whole city, get a day pass on the Water Taxi, which allows you to hop on and off near Fort Lauderdale’s many attractions.

Fort Lauderdale at night is just as mesmerizing as its beaches. Stroll along the lush, tropical oasis of the Riverwalk, the city’s lively arts and entertainment district. The bars, restaurants and clubs of Wilton Manors are also hopping at night, geared toward Fort Lauderdale’s thriving LGBT community.
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Popular Attractions in Fort Lauderdale

Las Olas Boulevard
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Galleria Mall
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Hugh Taylor Birch Recreation Area
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Popular Restaurants in Fort Lauderdale

American, Seafood
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Sea Watch on the Ocean
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Casablanca Cafe
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Rocco's Tacos & Tequila Bar
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