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Budget hotels in Fort Lauderdale
If you are looking for a cheap place to stay, consider Grand Resort And Spa 4 Gay Men, which is a convenient option among other 63 budget hotels in Fort Lauderdale. Guests seeking a budget-friendly option near Aerospace Electronics Inc in Fort Lauderdale could consider Towneplace Suites Fort Lauderdale West, which offers free self-parking, an outdoor swimming pool and a sundeck. Situated in Fort Lauderdale Beach district, The Hotel Deauville offers simple accommodation about a 25-minute walk from Bay View Park.
Proximity to public transport
If you want to take the train to explore Fort Lauderdale, choose Days Inn By Wyndham Fort Lauderdale Airport Cruise Port next to Fort Lauderdale railroad station.
Convenience of staying in the city center
Consider staying at New #318 Luxury 2 Bedroom Apt W Resort Amenities or Luxurious Apartment, Amazing Comfort to put you in the heart of the action of downtown. Hampton Inn Ft. Lauderdale Downtown-Las Olas Area is about 1050 feet from the city center and offers a patio, a seasonal outdoor pool and tubing. If you look into 17th Street Causeway district, you will find Hilton Fort Lauderdale Marina, the 4-star hotel near Broward Community College.
Consider staying in a hotel near Las Olas, Beach Enteance, such as Hyatt Centric Las Olas Fort Lauderdale, which comes at 349US$ per night. Riverside Hotel can be found 10 minutes' walk from All Saints Episcopal Church, featuring a golf course, a wine basement and a year-round outdoor pool.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa, a stylish luxury choice, is only a 10-minute walk from South Beach Park. The 3-star Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort is a boutique hotel that offers a relaxing ambience and proximity to a waterway, gardens and parks. Econo Lodge Inn And Suites is a well-known chain hotel situated just 1400 feet from Las Olas, Beach Enteance.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
15Ftl is a cheap apartment that puts you in the heart of Fort Lauderdale, with an outdoor swimming pool, a sun deck and a free private parking lot. Those who are seeking comfy B&Bs can stop by International Swimming Hall of Fame, where they will find Nice Aquamar Villas 3 with an outdoor swimming pool and complimentary private parking. If you're traveling with kids and want to select from hotels near River Bend Marina, the most suggested options will be Hampton Inn Ft. Lauderdale Airport North Cruise Port and La Quinta Inn By Wyndham Ft. Lauderdale Northeast. For travelers who would like to observe a scenic view of the city, we offer to pick Motel 6 Fort Lauderdale near Jehovas Witnesses Kingdom Hall, which is a popular resort in Fort Lauderdale.
It was the “Spring Break Capital of the Universe'' in the 1960s.
But, as the saying goes ''lost time is never found again'', and those returning to Fort Lauderdale to relive the party more than 40 years will hardly recognise the place.
The destination has exploded from shabby beach resort to glittering metropolis.
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For gambling Fort Lauderdale offers Las Vegas style, in shopping it reminds you of Milan at a more affordable price and food seems to take something from well-peppered Chinese cuisine. When on a visit to this city you will also see its expansive canal system making Fort Lauderdale - the "Venice of America".
Twenty-first century Fort Lauderdale is full of upscale restaurants, exquisite shopping and striking outdoors. Bingo, poker, and slot machines can be found in Gulfstream Park Racing & Casino, the Mardi Gras Racetrack & Gaming, Dania Jai Alai Casino, and the Isle Casino & Racing of Pompano Park.
You may also add to these The "Elbo Room" bar located at Las Olas Boulevard - famous as a location for the 1960's film ''Where the Boys Are'' - a movie that led to the city's former reputation as a spring break mecca. Hollywood came to Fort Lauderdale to capture the once forbidden theme of teenagers' sexuality and changing sexual morals.
And the stars never stopped coming to Fort Lauderdale, from Adam Sandler, famous actor who bought a condo in The Palms on A1A to Opera Winfrey.
Stick your head into Cafe Martaramo - a usual place to dine out for celebrities like Dwayne Wade, professional basketball player and Benny Binion, a legend of modern gambling and a father of original Horeshoe casino in Las Vegas.
And this is only to start in the city that in 1838 was a small fort named after Major William Lauderdale. At the time, it was poorly inhabited numbering only 175 residents, but it grew rapidly during the Florida boom of the 1920s. This change issued into contemporary population of 150,000 people that keeps growing to the mark of 1.6 million residents with suburbia.
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