The sweet ocean air, the sway of the palm trees, and the warm, humid surroundings that come with a tropical paradise…can you picture Fort Lauderdale yet?
It’s time to kick back and enjoy life a little bit in the Venice of America.
Fort Lauderdale earned that nickname due to its many waterways and canals. You can take a cruise of some of these canals, admiring the million-dollar homes and lush foliage that surround you. If you’d rather stay on dry land, why not venture to the Galleria? This outdoor mall isn’t just for shopping; as you’re acquiring new items at high-end and chain stores, you’ll also find a multitude of places to eat, drink, and be merry.
You can bring that merriment to a home base in a 4-star hotel. Fort Lauderdale has plenty of these, located along the beachfront and further inland. Book a hotel with an in-house spa so you can grab a massage after a long day of beachcombing. In the morning, order room service so you can enjoy breakfast in bed before heading out to Bonnet House Museum and Gardens. Built in 1920, the Bonnet House is surrounded by exquisite tropical gardens full of orchids and wildlife—among them numerous birds and monkeys. We don’t recommend trying to touch any of them, but you can surely watch their antics with a smile on your face.
You don’t want to monkey around when it comes to the perfect vacation. Expedia.ca offers the cheapest deals on Fort Lauderdale hotels, no matter what part of the city you want to stay in. You’ll save money better spent on another afternoon at one of the local day spas. After all, you’re on vacation.