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The Pillars Hotel Fort Lauderdale

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Quiet, intimate British-colonial-style hotel with plush rooms, antique furniture, lush gardens and a pool, sitting just a block from the ocean on the Intracoastal. $285. — Rough Guide

From the harp in the sitting area to the private balconies and the intimate prearranged dinners for two, this tiny boutique B&B radiates hushed good taste. — Lonely Planet

Bordering the busy Intracoastal Waterway, this upscale urban oasis cultivates British Colonial Cachet in decor and personal attention. — Michelin Guide

Located just north of Las Olas Boulevard, two blocks west of the A1A, this small luxury inn offers some of the most stylish accommodations in Fort Lauderdale — Star Service

The quiet, romantic 18-room Pillars Hotel feels like it could be someone's waterfront home... the hotel's highlight is its courtyard pool. — Oyster

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W Fort Lauderdale

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The clubby and funky W Fort Lauderdale rises over the Atlantic like a massive luxury boat at full sail, seducing with dramatic ocean and Intracoastal views and a party-all-the-time ambience. — Fodor's

The sophisticated, high-design hotel has big-city glamour with just a touch of debauchery. — Concierge

Fort Lauderdale is synonymous with white-hot partying, and the W is in the heart of celebration central. — The Telegraph

With an exterior resembling two giant sails and an interior that looks like the backdrop for a J Lo video, this is where the glitterati stay. — Lonely Planet

The hotel is connected to a residential condominium development that provides guests with the opportunity to rent one- and two-bedroom apartments. — Star Service

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The Ritz-Carlton, Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Sunbathe, float in the pool and look out to the ocean. Need something ? Stay where you are, the Ritz-Carlton has "pool butlers" who walk in the pool and serve guests. — Afar Magazine

Melding the brand’s urbanity with the town’s identity as a top yacht market and cruise port, the 187-room Ritz-Carlton (a former St. Regis) resembles a glossy Art Deco ocean liner. — Condé Nast Traveler

A towering luxury retreat in the heart of Fort Lauderdale Beach offering a panoramic perch to the glittering Atlantic Ocean. — The Telegraph

Elegant, contemporary and luxurious, the oceanfront Ritz-Carlton, Fort Lauderdale is a stylish escape in busy Fort Lauderdale. — Forbes Travel Guide

Ship-shape resort docked between the ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway. — Jetsetter

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Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort

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This 26-story oceanfront sparkler features 374 tastefully appointed guest rooms and a fabulous 6th-floor pool deck, colorfully and whimsically decorated. — Fodor's

The Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort towers above the ocean, boasting a sprawling, elevated poolscape with the dramatic pool bar Balqony plunging into the horizon — The Telegraph

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. — Oyster

Opened recently within the last several years, the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort is an all-suites venture with ocean-view balconies. — Travel + Leisure

The resort's commitment to personal service can be experienced through a dedicated beach concierge, kids' poolside program, accommodating staff, and deluxe turndown service. — Frommer's

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The Atlantic Hotel & Spa

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Room 702: This seventh-floor, 1,200-square-foot oceanfront suite is furnished with a full kitchen, whirlpool bathtub, and separate shower, and also has the best panoramic Atlantic Ocean views. — Travel + Leisure

This chic boutique hotel facing the ocean features elegant, spacious rooms and suites, all with an ocean or Intracoastal Waterway view. — Rough Guide

The first of the major new chain hotels set to pop up along the waterfront, the Atlantic is a quirky four-star hotel. — Concierge

The Atlantic might as well be called ‘The South Beach Lauderdale, ’ because that’s the showy over-the-top style this luxurious beauty brings to the local accommodation game. — Lonely Planet

Overlooking 23 miles of white sand, the Atlantic is a study in minimal modernity -- soothing colors and comfortable, stylish decor. — Frommer's

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Pelican Grand Beach Resort, A Noble House Resort

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With high service standards, an impressive breadth of facilities and a relative untrammeled section of beach, guests here enjoy almost unmatched tranquility. — Star Service

Like staying in a comfy but upscale beach house - that just happens to be 11 stories tall. — Lonely Planet

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. — Oyster

An upscale beachside retreat with Fort Lauderdale's only lazy river and a private Atlantic beach. — Jetsetter

This is a great, low-key luxury resort, especially for families looking for a relaxing vacation. — Frommer's

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Lago Mar Beach Resort & Club

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A luxury resort located a little away from the action, with two pools, several restaurants... and its own private patch of sand. — Rough Guide

In a tony residential area removed from Fort Lauderdale's hubbub, this hotel stays out of the limelight, which suits its loyal clientele just fine. — Star Service

A charming lobby with a rock fireplace and saltwater aquarium sets the tone of this utterly inviting resort, a casually elegant piece of Old Florida. — Frommer's

Occupying its own little island between Lake Mayan and the Atlantic, Lago Mar is a charming resort with a beach. — DK Eyewitness

Lago Mar's location is unbeatable: a private oceanfront property with its own 500-foot beach. — Concierge

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Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa

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On a secluded oceanfront south of the Fort Lauderdale strip, Harbor Beach has a sprawling pool and an enormous, $8-million spa. — DK Eyewitness

Everything in this place is huge -- from the quarter-mile of private beach to the 8,000-square-foot pool and the $8-million, 22,000-square-foot European spa. — Frommer's

After its $25 million makeover, this 650-room Marriott in Fort Lauderdale is great for kids... but there's still plenty for grown-ups. — Oyster

The Marriott Harbor Beach Resort sits on a quarter-mile swath of private beach and bursts with the luxe beachfront personality of an upscale Caribbean resort. — Fodor's

The staff is friendly, able and young. Despite the competition at the top level, this remains a dependable pick on Fort Lauderdale's most coveted beachfront. — Star Service

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Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six

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Once the trendiest hotel in the area, the Pier Sixty-Six stands on the Intracoastal Waterway as a reminder of its heyday. — DK Eyewitness

This lovely 22-acre resort teems with contemporary interior-design sophistication and remains one of Florida's few hotels where a rental car isn't necessary. — Fodor's

. Straightforward vacationers will balk at the lack of a beach, but this dependable upper-midrange commercial hotel promotes its proximity to the port with a bevy of attractive packages. — Star Service

Water is the defining feature at this upscale resort, from its location on the Intracoastal Waterway to three on-site pools. — Gayot

The Hyatt Regency Pier 66 is a an upscale, 384-room resort on 22 landscaped acres along the Intracoastal Waterway. — Oyster

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Riverside Hotel

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A touch of New Orleans hits Fort Lauderdale's popular Las Olas Boulevard in the form of this charming, six-story 1936 hotel. — Frommer's

This is one of very few historic hotels here — Star Service

The 217 rooms are divided between two spaces: the original six-story building and a newer twelve-story Executive Tower. — Gayot

This Fort Lauderdale landmark (c 1936), fabulously located downtown on Las Olas, has three room types. — Lonely Planet

Built in 1936, this elegant and comfortable option is in the heart of the action downtown on Las Olas. If you’d like a quieter room, request one at the back. $239. — Rough Guide

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B Ocean Resort Fort Lauderdale

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It smells like a Sheraton and has all the amenities of a Sheraton, but this sprawling, 500-room complex... offers an unbeatable mix of comfort and convenience. — Lonely Planet

Spread over four towers, the hotel boasts two pool decks, a private stretch of sand along the public beach... and an outpost of the trendy Dos Caminos Mexican restaurant. — Oyster

One of the very few local resorts directly on the sand, and a short hop below the main beachfront... scene, the iconic onetime Yankee Clipper is cruising along better than ever. — Frommer's

Previously the Sheraton Yankee Clipper Beach Hotel, a Sheraton franchise, this hotel is now wholly owned and operated by Starwood. It was closed during its 2009 renovations, but since... — Star Service

As the name implies, the Beach Tower sits directly on the beach, doling out superb views. — Fodor's

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Hilton Fort Lauderdale Marina

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After a $72-million renovation in 2011, the mammoth, 589-room, 20-boat-slip Hilton Fort Lauderdale Marina infused luxury and modernity into its charming Key West style. — Fodor's

This colorful, modern hotel near Port Everglades is a commercial magnet during the week, but it lures pleasure seekers on the weekends. — Star Service

This former Marriott has a lot going for it, beginning with its own 33-slip marina and a prime location on the IntraCoastal Waterway. — Gayot

The Hilton Fort Lauderdale, located on the Intracoastal Waterway, has beautiful marina views and is convenient for those who are docking their boats. — Oyster

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Residence Inn Fort Lauderdale Intracoastal/Il Lugano

Fort Lauderdale 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Handsome rooms channel waterfront elegance... this is an excellent choice for families and couples seeking longer stays. — Fodor's

Florida sophistication meets Italian style at this waterside luxury, all-suite boutique-hotel — Star Service

Low-key waterfront boutique with Mediterranean flair and a winning Italian restaurant. — Jetsetter

If you're looking for condo-like accommodations with full kitchens, washer and dryer, and off-the-beaten-path location with Intracoastal views, this place is for you. — Frommer's

Stroll to the Intracoastal Waterway or Atlantic Ocean—two blocks away—from this contemporary hotel near Las Olas Boulevard. — Condé Nast Traveler

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The Diplomat Beach Resort, Curio Collection by Hilton

Fort Lauderdale 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Though the H-shaped, sorta Deco design may be unimpressive, the facilities are outstanding. — Concierge

This colossal 39-story contemporary property has been instrumental in bringing style and pizzazz to Hollywood Beach with its massive, 60-foot-high atrium and casual-chic guest rooms. — Fodor's

The Diplomat is a 1,060-room, full-service beach resort -- the only one of its kind in the somewhat desolate area -- loaded with amenities. — Frommer's

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The Westin Beach Resort, Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Find the road to renewal—on the water! Enjoy a spectacular oceanfront setting, endless activities, and the best of southeast Florida fun. — Afar Magazine

Smack dab in the center of Fort Lauderdale Beach and connected directly to the beach through a private overpass... Caters to both leisure travelers and conventioneers. — Fodor's

Right across from the beach, the Westin's strong suit is its wealth of amenities... At the center of it all is a huge conference center with two ballrooms. — Oyster

It also hits the bull's eye with its well-designed meeting facilities and comprehensive recreational options aimed in equal parts at business and leisure travelers. — Star Service

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Sonesta Fort Lauderdale Beach

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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. — Oyster

A sumptous Ritz-Carlton hotel with guest rooms that reinvent a golden era of luxury travel. — Fodor's

Touting itself as the place to "B Scene," this hotel has perfected the formula for luxury beachside relaxation. — Gayot

Located on Sunrise Boulevard and A1A, the hotel is directly across the road from Fort Lauderdale beach, within walking distance of Hugh Taylor Birch State Park and Bonnet House Museum. — Star Service

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Blue Seas Courtyard

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With a hacienda-style roof of clay barrel tiles, a bright yellow exterior and hand-stenciled decoration, Blue Seas seems to embody the sunny, laid-back disposition of Lauderdale-by-the-Sea. — Lonely Planet

The two-and-a-half-pearl Blue Seas Courtyard is a special boutique hotel with just 12 rooms. — Oyster

Husband-and-wife team Cristie and Marc Furth run this quaint Mexican-themed motel across the street from Lauderdale-by-the-Sea's family-friendly beaches. — Fodor's

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Pineapple Point Guest House and Resort

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Tucked away behind a tall fence in a quiet residential neighborhood, this intimate guesthouse complex caters to a loyal gay male clientele. — Lonely Planet

Tucked a few blocks behind Las Olas Boulevard in the residential neighborhood of Victoria Park, Pineapple Point is a magnificent maze of posh tropical cottages and dense foliage. — Fodor's

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Seminole Hard Rock Hotel Hollywood

Fort Lauderdale 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Seminole Indians have created a miniature Vegas within Hollywood, Florida, and it's doing a booming business. — Frommer's

"Fun is the word" at this "rocking", "one-stop" casino resort topped by an iconic neon guitar, where both courtiers of Lady Luck and non-gamblers have "tons" of options. — Zagat

A theater just off the gaming floor hosts extravaganzas; and a 5,600-seat live performance venue showcases top performers, touring bands, and championship boxing. — Fodor's

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Renaissance Fort Lauderdale Cruise Port Hotel

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A mile from the beach, this hotel is perfectly positioned for its primary market: those here for business and pre- and post-cruise hotel stays. — Star Service

The 236-room Renaissance Fort Lauderdale Cruise Port Hotel is a bustling, upscale property near the Port Everglades and convention center. — Oyster

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