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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).
Renaissance Fort Lauderdale Cruise Port Hotel

Renaissance Fort Lauderdale Cruise Port Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 236-room Renaissance Fort Lauderdale Cruise Port Hotel is a bustling, upscale property near the Port Everglades and convention center. This hotel has a number of nice amenities, including a heated outdoor pool and hot tub, a modern gym, American dining, and poolside cocktails, a business center, and 13 meeting rooms. Contemporary rooms have flat-screen TVs, safes, and artistic accents; some have port views. Suites are available that offer extra space in the form of living rooms. Guests who aren’t Marriott Rewards members, however, pay for Wi-Fi in rooms and past guests have complained that the hotel gets busy. The Marriott club lounge is closed on weekends. Another option is the mid-range Crowne Plaza Hotel Ft. Lauderdale Airport/Cruise, which offers free Wi-Fi.
Sonesta Fort Lauderdale

Sonesta Fort Lauderdale Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The all-white Sonesta Fort Lauderdale 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. (It was formerly the unaffiliated B Ocean Fort Lauderdale and is not to be confused with B Ocean Resort.) The ocean views are the star here, but you'll also find two great restaurants and a small pool with an accompanying outdoor bar. Despite a trendy appearance, this 240-room hotel is popular with families, and it's not uncommon to see kids splashing in the pool or eating dinner in the restaurants.
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.
Pelican Grand Beach Resort

Pelican Grand Beach Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

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. Rooms look like they're straight out of a bed and breakfast, and the hotel's location directly on the sand is a rarity in this city.
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.
Lago Mar Resort

Lago Mar Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Lago Mar Resort is an upscale 204-room hotel located on 500 feet of private beach in Fort Lauderdale. The family-friendly resort is packed with amenities like two pools, a full-service spa, a spacious gym, and multiple restaurants/bars -- including a poolside tiki-style bar. Guest rooms are decorated with slightly dated tropical prints and wood furniture; all rooms have kitchenettes, and some have balconies with ocean views. Lago Mar provides a quieter vacation away from the hustle and bustle of downtown and the bar scene. Further north on the beach and closer to downtown Fort Lauderdale, the Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa has many of the same amenities for similar rates, but is more modern.
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.
Embassy Suites Fort Lauderdale

Embassy Suites Fort Lauderdale Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Embassy Suites Fort Lauderdale is a mid-range hotel that sits on the 17th Street Causeway, a popular area for business travelers and short-term guests. It's a short drive away from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and walking distance from the Broward County Convention Center and Port Everglades, where many cruise ships are docked and loaded. The hotel houses only two-room suites, each with one bedroom, one living room with sofa bed, a kitchenette, and a balcony. The hotel offers a top-floor fitness center with city views and a large outdoor pool with a waterfall and an accompanying hot tub. Rooms are spacious, clean, and bright and appropriate for a mid-range hotel. The atrium has ceilings that scale the entire hotel, and tropical decor that gives off a strong Vegas vibe.
B Ocean Resort Fort Lauderdale

B Ocean Resort Fort Lauderdale Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Originally the Yankee Clipper and then the Sheraton Fort Lauderdale Beach Hotel, the sleek and modern hotel became the B Ocean Resort Fort Lauderdale in 2014. 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. The hotel's age still shows in certain places though, and the guest rooms and bathrooms are fairly standard; however, these factors make it less expensive, and it's a good value for all you're getting.


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