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The Atlantic Resort and Spa

The Atlantic Resort and Spa Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Although there's a pool deck overlooking the ocean, a lovely spa, and cutting-edge gym, the real stand-out here is the large rooms that start at 600 square feet (and each one has a full kitchenette and spacious marble bathroom). The ground floor restaurant and lounge includes a wrap-around porch for eating al fresco, and more casual dining can be had up on the pool deck. The hotel doesn't quite match its main competitor, the Ritz-Carlton Fort Lauderdale, but it's much more affordable and prices are very reasonable considering all you get for your money.

W Fort Lauderdale

W Fort Lauderdale Rating: 4.5 Pearls

By far the sexiest of the grand dames lining Fort Lauderdale Beach, the stunning 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. However, the hotel's size means you can't count on personalized service.

Hilton Fort Lauderdale Marina

Hilton Fort Lauderdale Marina Rating: 4.0 Pearls

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, but there's a downside -- getting to the beach requires a car (although the hotel provides a free shuttle service).

The Westin Beach Resort & Spa, Fort Lauderdale

The Westin Beach Resort & Spa, Fort Lauderdale Rating: 4.0 Pearls

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. At the center of it all is a huge conference center with two ballrooms, the hotel's pride that was opened in late 2010 (which means the hotel is more focused on business travel as compared to its leisure-oriented sister down the road, Sheraton Fort Lauderdale Beach Hotel). The hotel re-opened in early 2010 after a major renovation that left it with a clean, modern design full of beachy accents.

Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort

Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

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). It's more affordable than many of its neighbors, but beware that the smallest rooms may not have balconies or even windows that open.

Crowne Plaza Hotel Ft. Lauderdale Airport/Cruise

Crowne Plaza Hotel Ft. Lauderdale Airport/Cruise Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Crowne Plaza Hotel Fort Lauderdale is a mid-range, 148-room hotel. With its close proximity to the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and Port Everglades, it's a popular hotel choice for business travelers and other short-term guests. While not in an exciting neighborhood (views are industrial), the hotel offers access to a well-kept fitness center, swimming pool, and Latin American restaurant/bar, making it a convenient option. Rooms are spacious and modern, with bright pops of color and elegant bathroom sinks. Other similarly priced hotels, including the Holiday Inn and Hyatt Place, offer the same amenities and proximity to the airport/cruise port, along with easier access to shops and restaurants on 17th Street.

Hyatt Place Fort Lauderdale Airport-North

Hyatt Place Fort Lauderdale Airport-North Rating: 3.0 Pearls

As at other Hyatt Places, the Hyatt Place Fort Lauderdale's lobby is best described as "Starbucks chic," with warm colors and a prominent 24-hour cafe. Rooms are large and contemporary (if not quite stylish) and all have separate living areas and flat-screen TVs. The location is convenient for business travelers making a quick trip and people going on cruises leaving from Fort Everglades, and freebies (breakfast, Wi-Fi, self-parking) add value -- but it's not on the beach, unlike most Fort Lauderdale hotels.

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