Fabulous lobby, really helpful staff and a great location. Most comfortable hotel bed I have slept in for a long time. Downsides ? The rooms will soon need to be refurbished although they are still okay, and the balcony view over the construction site next door was a bit of a disappointment. Didn't eat in the hotel as there are so many restaurants and cafes along the street so cannot comment on the food. Would I stay again , yes definitely.
This 1930s historic hotel is located on trendy Las Olas Boulevard in downtown Fort Lauderdale, adjacent to shops and …More
The hotel was ok..the only issues was that one light fixture&outlet wasn't working..the sheet was soiled, iron holder but no iron...
But overall it wasn't bad..the breakfast was excellent.I would stay there again.☺
Traveller from Bronx ny
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Museum of Discovery and Science and Broward Center for the …More
Everything was great. Only complaint was that water from the bathroom tab was running with a yellowish color. Since it was my first time in Fort Lauderdale, I asked the front desk and they told me that was the regular color around here. But I was told by one of the locals that that was a lie.
Located in the heart of Fort Lauderdale, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Galleria and Bonnet House Museum and Gardens …More
Pocket Guide: Fort Lauderdale Downtown Fort Lauderdale Hotels
Many downtown attractions are centered on the Riverwalk, Fort Lauderdale’s chief arts, entertainment, and shopping district. Its landmarks include the Museum of Arts Fort Lauderdale and trendy Las Olas Boulevard. The Broward County Convention Center lies southeast of the downtown core. Nearby, palm trees shadow the promenade along Fort Lauderdale Beach, among the cleanest in the nation.