Our stay was very nice. The only complaint that I might have is the parking garage area is very close quarters . The oil from the vehicles was on the ground and I almost slipped and fell down in it, I reported it to the front desk. The staff was great and the breakfast buffet was awesome. I would definitely stay here again!
Traveller from Melbourne Fl
Less than 2 miles from the beach in downtown Hollywood's entertainment district, this hotel is 6 miles from the Ft …More
Our stay was very nice. Everything worked. The place is clean and the staff friendly. Location was perfect for us. Most of all it is very quiet. I can't think of anything else they can offer for the price. We didn't eat there but judging by the number of cars in the parking lot at dinner time they must have a lot of regulars.
Traveller from San Francisco
Situated in Hollywood, this golf hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Hollywood Beach Golf Resort, The ArtsPark at Young …More
Been here twice already I love the great pricing for the rooms we stayed for 6 days and its near to many restaurants and shops. We rent a car so going to the beaches or Miami is not far at all,
Now one thing I would love to see that is very much needed are changes in the swimming pool area. Please you need better lounge chairs they are so so dirty and so uncomfortable. The pool is very big and the total area is very nice. There is tiki bar but never opened. This place can be awesome with the right changes and as I said the entire grounds are beautiful , the room is kept clean and very simple. But again with some minor changes it can go up in ratings. Never a person to complain and I would stay there again but with minor changes I can see more people staying there.
Traveller from NYC
Near I-75 and the Florida Turnpike, this 500-acre resort is 5 miles from Flamingo Gardens and within 10 miles of Sawgrass …More
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Pockets of nature thrive in South Fort Lauderdale. The Anne Kolb Nature Center in West Lake Park is a haven for fish, reptiles, and birds. Across the Intracoastal Waterway, sea turtles nest at John U. Lloyd State Beach Park, favored by locals for picnics and recreation. The Seminole tribe operates a zoo at the Native Village. There, visitors can see alligators and the endangered Florida panther.