Going on a staycation is a great way to break out of your daily routine and renew your sense of wonder while living in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Check into one of these prestigious hotels to gain a deeper appreciation for the “Venice of America”.
With a hotel room booked, it’s far easier to head to the white sands of Fort Lauderdale Beach, have a gourmet meal while in a gondola, or simply lounge in a chair to enjoy the ocean breeze.
The Atlantic Hotel & Spa
601 North Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard
Distinguished by its Mediterranean exterior and retro-chic interior, The Atlantic Hotel & Spa is a five-star staycation paradise for locals who desire the ultimate in luxurious amenities. The hotel’s amenities include a heated pool, an award-winning spa, a gym, and more – all of which are impeccably maintained by its attentive staff. The Atlantic’s large, family-friendly rooms replicate a home close to home with private balconies, kitchenettes, and a pets-are-welcome policy.
Conrad Fort Lauderdale
551 North Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard
Included inCondé Nast’s Readers’ Choice List 2019 for the top resorts in Florida, Conrad Fort Lauderdale is a four-star luxury hotel that occupies a prime spot at Fort Lauderdale Beach. Hotel guests can just as easily take a dip in the ocean or swim in the outdoor pool.
The hotel’s luxury and premium suites come with smart TVs, stocked kitchens, living rooms, and views of the Intracoastal Waterway or the Atlantic Ocean’s vast expanse. Amenities include a fitness center, spa, hot tub, and upscale and fine dining options.
Pelican Grand Beach Resort
2000 North Ocean Boulevard
Relax at the top of the world in this 10-floor pastel yellow building. The Pelican Grand Beach has a rooftop spa that looks out to the ocean. Take a dip here and let the stress in your life melt away.
Spacious rooms with balconies or terraces welcome guests into a living space decorated with a bohemian theme. This four-star hotel also distinguishes itself as the only one in Fort Lauderdale to have a lazy river and a private beach for guests to use and relish.
The Ritz-Carlton, Fort Lauderdale
1 North Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard
Early 20th-century opulence influences much of what you see in The Ritz-Carlton, from the polished marble lobby to the crystal chandeliers and Art Deco exterior (designed to look like a luxury liner). To stay at the Ritz-Carlton is to enjoy the high life: sizable rooms with leather furniture, marble bathrooms, and balconies with picturesque views of the ocean or waterway. Hotel guests can enjoy an unforgettable seafood meal at Burlock Coast or get pampered by the staff’s service or a spa session.
W Fort Lauderdale
401 North Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard
Staycationers who want a more active getaway or who simply want to be seen should book a room at the stylish W Fort Lauderdale. Guests reserve a room at W Fort for its energetic vibe, bold design, and roomy, uniquely named suites (Spectacular, Marvelous, and Extreme Wow, among others). Each room in the hotel has floor-to-ceiling views of the ocean or the city horizon.
Out of the hotel’s numerous luxury amenities, the star is its glass rooftop pool, which offers a breathtaking 360-degree, bird’s-eye view of Fort Lauderdale and the beach.
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