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Before the city’s warehouse district became the cooler, fresher, less posh version of Miami’s Wynwood, Fort Lauderdale was already highly regarded for its 23 miles of beaches and historical sights. Now, with the added bonus of great things to do like art walks, breweries and restaurants that might bring you into this Broward County city, you’re going to need a place to sleep when you visit. Luckily, there’s a great variety to choose from, in both number and style.
From immaculate waterfront views and historical properties to burlesque mermaid shows and the freshest seafood you could ask for, Fort Lauderdale has a winning mix of hotels, inns and boutique spaces that should provide something for everyone, whatever your needs and budget. Here are our top picks from the range on offer.