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Beautifully set between the Everglades to the east and the ocean to the west, your choice of accommodation in Fort Lauderdale is between stunning landscapes, gorgeous seascapes and striking cityscapes! Fort Lauderdale accommodation is all about style, with modern spaces the order of the day.Comfortable condos and sea views
Many Fort Lauderdale rentals have sea views, or they look out onto attractive gardens or pools. Luxuriate on the balcony and soak in the city before exploring its delights, or watch the sun go down after a day of exploration and fun. Apartments available to suit all sizes of family or group frequently come with spas and pools for added luxury and enjoyment. Vacation homes and villas are available for those seeking more cosiness, as well as rooms or floors in shared houses.
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The area and getting around
Many visitors arrive by air or cruise ship, but however you get there, travelling around Fort Lauderdale is a hugely pleasurable experience in itself. With a plethora of options, you’ll be spoiled for choice as you explore ‘America’s Venice’. The ‘Sun Trolley’ bus is free on most routes and the practical Tri-Rail connects neatly with local buses and the Metro. Then of course there are the water taxis. Not only is this the most pleasant way to get from A to B, but with the water taxi’s on-board narration you’ll be treated to fun facts and information on Fort Lauderdale’s history and interesting sights as you pass through the stunning waterways and canals.Something for everyone from shopping to nature
Las Olas Shopping and Entertainment Boulevard runs east-west from Andrews Avenue through to the beach, with its lively nightlife zone running parallel on Las Olas Blvd, yet just half an hour from the city centre you’ll find yourself in the subtropical wilderness of the Florida Everglades, 1.5 million acres of wetland and natural scenery ready for you to explore.
Travellers and activities
Sawgrass Mills Mall features over 350 designer outlets including true luxury brands, as well as restaurants and cafes. Make the Galleria your second shopping stop, with over 100 retail outlets awaiting your business, and of course no visit for a shopping lover would be complete without a trip to the famous Las Olas Boulevard, home to shops, premium restaurants nightclubs and other evening entertainment options, all contained with a one-mile strip.
Fort Lauderdale for Families
Stunning, safe, clean, award-winning beaches are a key attraction for families to Fort Lauderdale, but a plethora of museums and attractions also await. The Museum of Discovery and Science is a treat for all ages, whereas the Young at Art Museum is a delight for the smaller children. Animal lovers will be entranced at Flamingo Gardens and Butterfly World – all designed for both enjoyment and education. The young and young at heart will love Fort Lauderdale’s water taxis, which will take you through the most interesting areas of the city, and a day’s ticket gives you access to the taxis with one single payment.
Fort Lauderdale is known as the ‘Venice of Florida’ due to its network of canals, and they make a wonderful way to explore the city!
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With comfortable sea water temperatures all year round, Fort Lauderdale is the perfect place to go if you enjoy scuba diving or snorkeling – plus it has a vast number of wrecks, and easily accessible coral reefs. For those who prefer to stay a little drier, fishing is ‘reel good’ at Fort Lauderdale, and there are multiple places to join a crew or rent your own boat to seek out a blue marlin or a tasty mahi mahi.2.Gateway to the Everglades
Fort Lauderdale isn’t just about the city. You’re right on the edge of the famous Florida Everglades. Take an airboat ride in the nearby Sawgrass Recreation Park and look out for alligators!3. Flutter along to Butterfly World
Boasting 10 acres of space, this is nothing less than the largest butterfly exhibition in the world, home to more than 20,000 live butterflies from every corner of the globe!4. Try your luck in Greater Fort Lauderdale
24/7 casinos and gaming at the Greater Fort Lauderdale casinos means you can try your luck day or night with one-armed bandits, poker, blackjack and craps.5. Soak up the Culture
A true city of culture, Fort Lauderdale boasts Broadway shows, music festivals from jazz to indie to soul and art – oh, the art! The place to be is FATVillage – Flagler Arts and Technology – part of downtown Fort Lauderdale that was previously 1950s warehouses and is now the centre for emerging creators of art in all forms – contemporary art, film and fashion.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals and Apartments in Fort Lauderdale
What was the average price for a vacation rental in Fort Lauderdale in 2020, during the corona crisis?
Our data shows that Fort Lauderdale has an average price of CA$493.23 per night, a relatively high one under the cities in the USA.
When are vacation rentals cheaper in Fort Lauderdale?
]If you are looking to make the most of your money, the cheapest months to visit Fort Lauderdale are October (CA$431.33 the average per night for accommodation), September (CA$436.47), and November (CA$461.6).
During which months are vacation rentals more expensive in Fort Lauderdale?
Analyzing the data from 2020, we found that costs per night for accommodation here are usually higher, on average, during the months of February (CA$583.38), January (CA$561.19), and March (CA$560.12).
Is Fort Lauderdale a good location for a last-minute getaway?
We recommend you to book in advance in Fort Lauderdale as only 30% of the accommodations are free throughout the year, following the data observed in 2020.
What are the best months for a spontaneous getaway?
April, September and May are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of properties free, with respective average availability figures of 40.5%, 39%, and 38.8%.
When will it be harder to find an available vacation rental in Fort Lauderdale?
According to data from 2020, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Fort Lauderdale are, in order, February (with 7.2% of available rentals), January (13%), and March (17.75%).
Are there many vacation rentals in Fort Lauderdale?
We have collected the offers from 5 different partners in Fort Lauderdale, so we can provide you with around 1700 properties. You're going to have a hard time choosing!
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