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Where Should I Stay in Fort Lauderdale?
Looking for a stylish place to stay for your visit to Fort Lauderdale? If you want to find a smaller hotel with outstanding service, a personal feel, and good ambiance, a boutique hotel may be exactly what you're looking for. Choose from 54 boutique-style accommodations in Fort Lauderdale to find a property that characterizes the local flavor of this destination.
Guests say they appreciate these boutique accommodations in Fort Lauderdale:
Hollywood Beachside Boutique Suites: 3-star hotel with 30 guestrooms. Enjoy the outdoor pool, free WiFi, and parking. Popular with our guests for its beach locale and comfortable rooms.
Nobleton Hotel: 2.5-star hotel with 16 guestrooms. This property offers an outdoor pool, a garden, and free WiFi. Expedia travelers like its comfortable beds.
Oceans Beach Resort: Has 30 guestrooms. Take advantage of this property's outdoor pool, free parking, and garden. Our guests enjoy the guestroom size and attentive staff.
The Pillars Hotel: 4-star hotel with 18 guestrooms. Provides guests with a poolside restaurant, a bar, and an outdoor pool. Reviews say the room service and breakfast are noteworthy.
The Atlantic Hotel & Spa: 4.5-star hotel with 124 guestrooms. Guests can enjoy amenities such as a restaurant, a poolside bar, and spa services. Expedia travelers like the comfortable rooms and proximity to shopping.
What Should I See and Do in Fort Lauderdale?
After you've decided where you'd like to stay, plan what to do for fun on your vacation. Visitors speak positively about this destination's breathtaking beach views, incredible sunrises, and fantastic nightlife.Fort Lauderdale is also well liked for its:
- Live music
Major sights and activities around Fort Lauderdale include Aventura Mall, Bonnet House Museum and Gardens, and Hugh Taylor Birch State Park. While you're here, make sure you don't miss Historic Stranahan House Museum, Port Everglades, and Broward Center for the Performing Arts.
When Should I Plan a Trip to Fort Lauderdale?
If you're wondering about the local weather, you can use this info to plan when to visit Fort Lauderdale:
- Hottest months: August, July, September, and June, with an average temperature of 90°F
- Coldest months: January, December, February, and March, with an average temperature of 58°F
- Driest months: December, January, February, and April, with an average rainfall of 2.94 inches
- Rainiest months: June, September, August, and July, with an average rainfall of 8.66 inches
Getting Around Fort Lauderdale
The closest major airport is in Fort Lauderdale, FL (FLL-Fort Lauderdale - Hollywood Intl.), which is located 4.2 mi (6.8 km) from the heart of the city, but Fort Lauderdale, FL (FXE-Fort Lauderdale Executive) may also be an option. If you want to journey outside of the city, hop aboard a train from Fort Lauderdale Station, Fort Lauderdale Station, or Fort Lauderdale Airport Station.
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