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Very well located, nice staff, Good breakfast, clean room , but the carpet is old..i I ecommended for short stays
Despite is well located and economic.. this is in need of more house keeping to give tourists more comfortable time at their stay. There are still things to do to give them better score. Regards.
Experience was okay could be better service when responding to any situations. Furniture could be modern and clean.
The usual best western experience, everything went smoothly and had everything we needed. Thanks!
Quality inn, sterling road, will be our hotel whenever we go to Fort Lauderdale, airport/cruise port shuttle included, shopping around the corner, McDonald's/ Taco Bell next door, hot breakfast, nothing else you need, we arrived after hurricane Irma, pool didn't look the best but in no time it was ...
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Rooms were clean. Staff were friendly. Breakfast was good. Great location
When you’re ready to enjoy year-round fun in the sun without worrying about your budget, Fort Lauderdale is the place you need to be.
Stop and ask yourself what’s missing in your life. Is it palm trees? Then you’re in luck.
Fort Lauderdale is thoroughly adorned with palm trees, though you won’t find coconuts in them. This is particularly obvious on the city’s 11 km of beaches, which have the Atlantic Ocean on one side and rows upon rows of palm trees on the other. The beach, of course, is Fort Lauderdale’s calling card; you can spend all day playing in the sand, learning to surf, or just stretched out underneath an umbrella. When you’re ready to spend a little time indoors, head over to the Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum. There you’ll find a reconstruction of a 1920s Packard showroom—what, you never heard of Packard Motor Company? They were big news up through the mid-20th century, when they merged with Studebaker. Their vehicles still speak for themselves, and you’ll get a kick out of exploring the museum.
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