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Ft. Lauderdale hotels?

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Where do you like to stay before or after your cruise in Ft. Lauderdale?

 

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Embassy Suites on 17th is very popular with cruisers.  Cocktails included each evening and excellent full breakfast buffet 

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Embassy Suites. It is next to a Publix (grocery) store and Total Wines and more.

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Hyatt Convention center,17th street

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There are 100’s of hotels that are booked 365 days a year. You’re going to get as many answers as there are people on these boards. Hundreds of us are cheap, hundreds are spoiled, and the just stay where the wife tells us.

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36 minutes ago, klfrodo said:

There are 100’s of hotels that are booked 365 days a year. You’re going to get as many answers as there are people on these boards. Hundreds of us are cheap, hundreds are spoiled, and the just stay where the wife tells us.

So true.  I've suggested many different hotels but my wife always says Embassy Suites.  She doesn't like to experiment.

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Personally, I don't like staying near the port. We pick up a car at the airport when we arrive and then the entire area is our oyster...sites, dinners, etc. Allows us to stay anywhere, and then drop the car at the cruise port the next day. Usually the one-day rental is pretty cheap, and can usually be offset by a cheaper non-port area hotel.

 

Just an idea.

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The last time we syaed in Fort Lauderdale we stayed at the Ritz-Carlton.  Excellent place to stay.

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I think all the large hotel conglomerates are all well represented there. If you have loyalty points, look at staying at one of their properties. We usually use points or a free night for our pre/post cruise stays.

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