Hotel in Ft Lauderdale?

Old Nov 1st, 2004, 07:39 PM
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Hotel in Ft Lauderdale?

hi - i will be in ft lauderdale for three days (nov 11-14) and would like to find a clean, modern, smart hotel ($120 - $180/night) on the beach that is close to good restaurants, shops etc (i.e. central location). any recommendations would be much appreciated!
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Old Nov 1st, 2004, 07:42 PM
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Sheraton Yankee Trader is often mentioned here. I've heard that the Waterfront Inn (not on the beach but across the street) is a good clean place to stay on a budget. Not modern & smart however.

www.waterfrontinns.com
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Old Nov 2nd, 2004, 02:57 AM
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check out the Radisson Bahia Mar. It has a walkway across to the beach, a great pool, and is within two hundred yards of the water taxi.
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Old Nov 2nd, 2004, 01:07 PM
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thank you for your suggestions - i checked out both hotels and am booked at the radisson bahia mar
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Lago Mar is also in your price range and is right on the beach (Bahia Mar isn't). Also, Marriott Harbor Beach is wonderful , if you can get a good deal. Another nice, reasonable one on the beach is the Beachcomber in Pompano, which is right next to north Fort Lauderdale.
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You'll enjoy the Radisson Bahia Mar. I live near Ft Lauderdale and took advantage of a 2 nights for the price of 1 special and invited my friend to come visit and we girls would stay at the beach... we loved it! The only down side is the balconies are tiny, only a couple feet deep and the width of sliding glass doors. Soooooo, if you want a nice balcony, don't stay there. We had a view to the north, they call it Marina/Partial ocean view and it was fabulous.

Have fun!
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