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What makes this B&B such a hidden gem is its affable, unflappable staff: They help make the place feel more like a private home than a hotel.Make sure to spend some time at the hotel's charming free-form pool.
Situated on New River Sound, a block from the beach, this classic Art Deco hotel is “a delightful, polished, intimate gem directly on the Intracoastal Waterway. Full review →
A sublime hideaway on the Intracoastal Waterway, this British Colonial Caribbean-style retreat has lavish rooms with rich furnishings.
This elegant boutique gem, sandwiched between Fort Lauderdale beach and the Intracoastal Waterway, rarely falls below capacity since it invariably lands on reader's choice lists. Full review →
One of Fort Lauderdale's best-kept secrets, the Pillars transports you from... Fort Lauderdale's strip and takes you to a two-story British colonial, Caribbean-style retreat. Full review →
Boutique hotel in the heart of Fort Lauderdale, with a pool and buzzy waterfront restaurant. Full review →
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. Full review →
Bordering the busy Intracoastal Waterway, this upscale urban oasis cultivates British Colonial Cachet in decor and personal attention.
The quiet, romantic 18-room Pillars Hotel feels like it could be someone's waterfront home... the hotel's highlight is its courtyard pool. Full review →
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.
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 Full review →
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