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The first of the major new chain hotels set to pop up along the waterfront, the Atlantic is a quirky four-star hotel.
There are spa facilities at “Spa Atlantic”, as well as a lovely swimming pool and gym, plus a wonderful restaurant, Trina, which serves Mediterranean fare.
Interiors are modern and minimalist, from the marble and wood and beiges and browns of the lobby to the spacious, unfussy rooms. Full review →
Overlooking 23 miles of white sand, the Atlantic is a study in minimal modernity -- soothing colors and comfortable, stylish decor. Full review →
Located right on Florida's Gulf Coast beach, this property is ideally situated close to the shopping, restaurants and theaters of downtown. Full review →
Oceanfront beach pad with a French bistro, fifth-floor outdoor pool and splurge-worthy spa. Full review →
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. Full review →
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. Full review →
This chic boutique hotel facing the ocean features elegant, spacious rooms and suites, all with an ocean or Intracoastal Waterway view.
Across the road from a public beach...the larger, more commanding and commercial Ritz-Carlton, this operation may be an independent hotel, but it is one of the best here. Full review →
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. Full review →
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