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We stayed in a suite, so two rooms both with double beds plus a kitchen area. All very clean, very comfortable and quiet, good A/C too.
The beach was across the road so the hotel was perfectly placed, and the hotel supplied beach towels, parasols...More
I visit this hotel every time I get a chance. The proximity to the beach makes it a top choice amongst any other hotels in the area.
I could go on an on describing the pros but I will just make a short list hoping...More
Best value for money I've ever had visiting Florida. Just cross the street and you're on the beach. They provide chairs, umbrella and towels at no additional cost. Parking at no additional cost. You can shop and deliver over the internet. The staff is super...More
My pal spotted this hotel online when searching for restaurants near another hotel. Has a great retro vibe. We had an ocean front view and it was amazing. Small hotel so it took about 60 seconds from room to the gorgeous beach. The staff were...More
The Hotel itself is located across from the beach, very clean, comfortable and convenient, parking, chairs and umbrellas, towels and Wi-Fi are some of the free perks this hotel offers to its guess location is also the icing on the cake, cleanliness are easily visible throughout...More
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My room on the third floor did have a private balcony (a spacious one at that as myself, my mom and my aunt were all standing on it watching some rain move in and we weren't squeezed in at all) that overlooked Belmar Street... More
My room on the third floor did have a private balcony (a spacious one at that as myself, my mom and my aunt were all standing on it watching some rain move in and we weren't squeezed in at all) that overlooked Belmar Street, facing the Paramount Fort Lauderdale hotel. If you looked to the right, you'd see Turtle Nest beach. I am not certain about cribs or anything like that, but I did see young ones at the pool so it's worth calling them and looking into.