What To Do When In Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale might be close to Miami where the nightlife is dominant but when it comes to this beach spot, the goal is to relax with family, have fun on the shore and eat the freshest seafood the place could offer. If you are looking for a short and relaxing break before getting on your cruise, Fort Lauderdale has a lot to offer.

If you are looking for a luxurious accommodation, the best choice would be W Fort Lauderdale. There are Sunday parties held at the pool deck with DJs who are performing live. There are also available poolside treatments provided by a spa company inside the hotel. It has a swimming pool that resembles an aquarium, wherein swimmers are visible to guests on the lobby. The rooms are all modern looking with a view of the water. For those who are searching for a more low key accommodation, B Ocean Fort Lauderdale is the ideal place. It was back in 2011 when the beachfront resort was opened to the public and it offers an ocean view for all the 240 rooms available for guests.

When it comes to food and dining, Fort Lauderdale has a lot to offer. For breakfast, you can visit the Old Fort Lauderdale Breakfast House which is a classic spot. People come here even during lunch time. It is more commonly known to locals as O-B House and people can have breakfast as late as 2 pm during weekdays while it serves until 3 pm on weekends. Lunch is best at Finster Murphy’s which is a market as well as an eatery. They offer the freshest fish in Fort Lauderdale. You can pick among their latest catch and have it cooked according to your preference – blackened, grilled, sautéed or fried. For dinner, don’t forget to try Eduardo de San Angel which is an upscale restaurant that offers Mexican cuisine. Dessert is best taken at Canyon Southwest Café but they also offer dinner.

While you are busy planning to take a break travel to Fort Lauderdale Florida, don’t forget to make an itinerary of activities you want to try such as visiting the Fort Lauderdale Beach, dining at Market 17, wake the adventurous part of you by trying standup paddle boarding and for families with kids, check out the Museum of Discovery and Science.

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