Spend summertime with family and friends along the shores of South Florida’s newest beachfront destination. Share moments of oceanside leisure in soft golden sands, relaxing amid tropical palms and cruising along the gentle waterways that tell the story of Fort Lauderdale’s iconic yachting history. From sun-soaked vacation play to enriching nature activities and inspiring city exploration, a summer stay here is destined to make lasting memories.
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Hotel Crafted Experiences

Local Experiences

  • NSU Art Museum

    Visit Fort Lauderdale’s arts and entertainment district for outstanding exhibitions at the NSU Art Museum. Be inspired by the high-level visual artistic expression through history and from around the world.

  • Hugh Taylor Birch State Park

    Perfect for relaxation and exercise, and with boat access from the Intracoastal Waterway, Hugh Taylor Birch is the Fort Lauderdale’s own “Central Park.” Spend the day enjoying activities from in-line skating to reading under the shade of palms and oaks in this vibrant community centre.

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    Bonnet House Museum and Gardens

    Known for its historical significance and natural beauty, Bonnet House provides inspiration and respite for all. A leisurely stroll from the Hotel, the estate is a pre-eminent museum dedicated to historic and environmental preservation, learning and creative expression.

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    Yacht Charter

    Set sail on the calm, clear waters of Fort Lauderdale, and enjoy the beautiful backdrop of its boating community. With more than 300 miles of inland waterways and home to about 50,000 yachts, the Fort Lauderdale is the Yachting Capital of the World. Come here to experience its lifestyle and culture first-hand.

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    Fort Lauderdale Waterway Tour

    Explore the Intracoastal Waterway, home to an array of boats and lined with South Florida’s magnificent waterfront homes, and learn the rich history of Fort Lauderdale along the way.

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    Nearby Dining

    From the shoreside of Fort Lauderdale Beach to the city’s heart of Las Olas Boulevard, our destination boasts an eclectic mix of restaurants with coastal and international cuisine, just a short stroll or drive – with popular finds, including Holly Blue, Takato and Lona Cocina.

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