Fort Lauderdale

October 24, 2011

Three boutique hotels in Fort Lauderdale waterfront neighborhoods

Three very unique boutique hotels in Fort Lauderdale each boasting their own accolades with water views, impeccible service and welcoming and comfy decor. But what makes these three hotels notable is the quiet demeanor of each, a hidden jewel if you will, you might even say you didn’t know they were there which makes them all the more intriguing. Tucked away in the most inconspicuous Fort Lauderdale neighborhoods no hustle and bustle; these hotels blend right in with the locals defining R&R for that perfect weekend getaway.

The Pillars at New River Sound is a small gem among Fort Lauderdale hotels. Ideally situated on the Intracoastal Waterway it offers a casually elegant and charming experience in the prime of the most renowned Florida beach and yachting town. Guests are treated to an exceptional level of individual service and luxury reminiscent of the finest European boutique inns. Each of the 18 beautifully appointed guest rooms and 5 suites indulge the senses in a comfortable luxury of that from a magnificent, yet unpretentious estate home. The decor is an eclectic mixture of British Colonial and Island Plantation themes. 111 North Birch Road. Fort Lauderdale, Florida 954.467.9639

The Lago Mar Resort and Club attracts discerning travelers from around the world with its spectacular private beach, sophisticated ambience, South Florida charm and impeccable personal service. It is a premier Fort Lauderdale Florida Hotel located on a tropical paradise nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and Lake Mayan in the exclusive Harbor Beach neighborhood and has been awarded the prestigious Four Diamond Award by the American Automobile Associations (AAA), and listed in the discriminating Conde Naste Gold List Edition as one of the World’s Best Places to Stay. 1700 S. Ocean Lane Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316 954-523-6511

Courtyard Villa on the Ocean is tucked in a small delightful area of paradise in Lauderdale by the Sea. This small hotel is a lovely romantic getaway on the beach. It is three-diamond AAA rated and three-star Mobile rated. This jewel hotel has eight small warm and cozy rooms; the ambiance is that of a European style villa. This charming boutique hotel has a private beach, oceanfront units with private balconies and French doors that open to the soothing sounds and sights of the Atlantic Ocean. Local restaurants and boutique shopping is within walking distance. 4312 El Mar Dr. Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, FL 954-776-1164

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Information in this article has been excerpted from the above mentioned websites


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