In the heart of Fort Lauderdale is Central Beach, brimming with cool cafes and lively bars. Nearby, find your dream family vacation in Fort Lauderdale Beach—think 7 miles of pristine sand and watersports galore. Stay in one of the Hollywood Beach hotels south of Fort Lauderdale with a wide dog-friendly beach, lined with swaying palm trees.
Fort Lauderdale hotels on the beach cost from $77 a night up to $348 for luxury accommodation. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
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A peaceful family-friendly boutique hotel a block from the beach, Kimpton Goodland Fort Lauderdale Beach, an IHG Hotel is a lush haven with hammocks and ideal if you want a quiet retreat with your little one. Over at TRYP by Wyndham Maritime, kids get bunk beds in the cool family rooms, and there’s also a small movie theatre. You could stay at a Fort Lauderdale waterpark hotel for a more high-octane trip.
Book a Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa room with a balcony and drift into glorious views of the Pacific or the inter-coastal waterway. Choose an oceanfront room with a balcony at the W Fort Lauderdale to watch the trendsetters strut by, framed by the gently lapping waves. There are plenty more beach hotels with a balcony in Fort Lauderdale, too.
Many hotels offer free cancellation before a certain time, so you can get a full refund if you need to change or cancel your reservation. Check on the specific hotel details for terms and conditions. You can usually make the changes through your online itinerary.
It's easy to compare great deals on a huge number of Fort Lauderdale beach resorts and hotels with Travelocity. When you bundle your hotel with flights or car rental, you save even more. So book today and make your dream beach hotel a reality.
The only constant in life is change. As we age, how we enjoy spending our downtime evolves. Sometimes, the places we visit change along with us. Ft. Lauderdale is one of those places. Gone are the days of rambunctious coeds cavorting in the streets. Like you, the city has grown up—matured, if you will—and now offers more sensible activities than spring break shenanigans. Today, Fort Lauderdale beach hotels like the Lago Mar Beach Resort & Club present an opportunity for you to vacation on your own terms with understated sophistication, unpresumptuous style, and impeccable hospitality. At this point in your life, your pulse-rate is quickened by the tug of a trophy tarpon on the end of your fishing line and the thought of morning yoga on a beach is much more enticing than a night hopping from club to club with your fellow rowdy revelers. And it is with that in mind that we’re here to answer your most pressing questions…
With nearly two dozen miles of sandy serenity and six beaches certified as Blue Wave by the Clean Beaches Council (list below), Fort Lauderdale has a sunny strip of shoreline to match your relaxation requirements:
Depending on your desired catch, there are multiple places to drop a hook. Fort Lauderdale hotels on the beach—like the Rodeway Inn & Suites —offer you an opportunity to cast your lure into the surf. But, if you want a better chance at landing a trophy for the mantle, we suggest the following fishing options:
When you use Travelocity to book your stay in Fort Lauderdale, not only will you find a great selection of impressive hotels, you’ll also enjoy some significant savings. The money you save can go toward a delicious dinner at a coastal eatery, a kayak adventure on the Intracoastal Waterway, or a day on the links at a championship golf course. In another life, it would have been piercings, parties, and…possibly…regret.