Top Reasons to Stay at Best Western Plus Oceanside Inn
Set in the heart of Fort Lauderdale, the hotel lies within 100 yards of the city’s famous golden-sand beach.
The hotel is a short drive from Las Olas Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale’s most-popular thoroughfare for dining and shopping, which buzzes with outdoor restaurants, clothing boutiques, and modern art installations.
You’ll find fishing charters and boat rentals along the shore two minutes from the hotel. Hop aboard one and spend the day cruising the Intracoastal Waterway.
Guests can also soak up the sun at the hotel’s outdoor swimming pool, which is surrounded by lounge chairs, café tables, and leafy palms.
Every morning, the hotel serves a complimentary breakfast with eggs, cereal, and fruit, plus either ham, bacon, or sausage.
Guest rooms are decorated in shades of coral and gold feature microwaves, refrigerators, and cable TVs.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida: Sunny Beaches, Canals, and Nightlife
Fort Lauderdale has been called the “Venice of America,” in reference to the intricate canal system that crisscrosses town. The canals buoy the city’s thriving yachting scene—the area’s 100 marinas and boatyards house some 42,000 resident yachts. Spend a day out on the water by hopping onto a water taxi and cruising past the city’s many cultural and historical attractions, or sprawl out on a sandy stretch of one of the city’s 23 miles of beaches. At night, venture to the city’s Riverwalk Arts & Entertainment District to dine at one of 4,000 restaurants and live it up in one of 120 nightclubs.
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