Sheraton Fort Lauderdale Beach Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Originally the Yankee Clipper, the hotel re-opened in early 2010 as a Sheraton after a renovation that left the hotel looking more sleek and modern. Spread over four towers, the hotel boasts two pool decks, a private stretch of sand along the public beach (complete with free lounge chairs and daybeds for rent), and an outpost of the trendy Dos Caminos Mexican restaurant.

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 Originally the Yankee Clipper, the hotel re-opened in early 2010 as a Sheraton after a renovation that left the hotel looking more sleek and modern. Spread over four towers, the hotel boasts two pool decks, a private stretch of sand along the public beach (complete with free lounge chairs and daybeds for rent), and an outpost of the trendy Dos Caminos Mexican restaurant.
By far the sexiest of the grand dames lining Fort Lauderdale Beach, the stunning W Fort Lauderdale design and painstaking attention to detail here are enough to wow even the most jaded travelers; unique design elements are around every corner, like a clear staircase that takes you up through the pool. In addition, there are two pool decks, a happening scene at three bars, a steak restaurant, sleek rooms, and a Bliss Spa. By far the sexiest of the grand dames lining Fort Lauderdale Beach, the stunning W Fort Lauderdale design and painstaking attention to detail here are enough to wow even the most jaded travelers; unique design elements are around every corner, like a clear staircase that takes you up through the pool. In addition, there are two pool decks, a happening scene at three bars, a steak restaurant, sleek rooms, and a Bliss Spa. The Hilton Fort Lauderdale, located on the Intracoastal Waterway, has beautiful marina views and is convenient for those who are docking their boats. It's a good value, with a large pool and modern, well-kept, contemporary rooms. The first in a new brand of "B" hotels, the all-white B Ocean sits just across the street from the beach, with an austere, minimalist design -- similar to the style of a W hotel, with subtle neon lighting in the lobby come nightfall. The ocean views are the star here, but you'll also find two great restaurants and a small but trendy pool with an accompanying outdoor bar. Directly across from the beach and right next to the hipper W Fort Lauderdale, the Hilton is a large, 374-room hotel that's busy, clean, and comfortable, if somewhat predictable. Guests will find a big pool deck overlooking the ocean (though an outdoor pool bar is conspicuously absent), an adjacent restaurant with outdoor seating, a fitness center, a spa (including some outdoor massage huts), and a cafe on the ground floor (but this is the extent of the hotel's offerings, save for some meeting rooms). Right across from the beach, the Westin's strong suit is its wealth of amenities: a kids club, a Starbucks, an outdoor event space, and a well-known steakhouse, for starters. The hotel's large outdoor pool also has a great ocean view with plenty of seating. The Old Key West decor of this 156-room hotel is a welcomed changed from the modern, minimalist design that is the norm at most Fort Lauderdale hotels; instead, picture a veranda with rocking chairs, a stately porte-cochere, rattan furniture, and whirling ceiling fans. Another major Pro: Great pool complex with lazy river. The Old Key West decor of this 156-room hotel is a welcomed changed from the modern, minimalist design that is the norm at most Fort Lauderdale hotels; instead, picture a veranda with rocking chairs, a stately porte-cochere, rattan furniture, and whirling ceiling fans. Another major Pro: Great pool complex with lazy river. After its $25 million makeover, this 650-room Marriott in Fort Lauderdale is great for kids -- giant pool, kids' club, big, comfortable guest rooms -- but there's still plenty for grown-ups, including yoga classes at the fitness center, this adult-only pool (great for lounging), and a full-service spa and salon. Originally the Yankee Clipper, the hotel re-opened in early 2010 as a Sheraton after a renovation that left the hotel looking more sleek and modern. Spread over four towers, the hotel boasts two pool decks, a private stretch of sand along the public beach (complete with free lounge chairs and daybeds for rent), and an outpost of the trendy Dos Caminos Mexican restaurant.
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