As part of its global rebranding, Sheraton has reinvented (and renamed) its Fort Lauderdale landmark—once the Sheraton Yankee Clipper Hotel—with updated interiors and public spaces throughout its four towers of rooms and suites. In the most general sense, the blue and white seaside inspired rooms are identical in all four buildings: cozy yet functional. It's the views and beach access that differ. As the name implies, the Beach Tower sits directly on the beach, doling out superb views. The Main Tower offers balconies, which the other three buildings do not have. The legendary original boat-shape Marina Building remains, as do the boat-style windows in some rooms and common areas.