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Luxury High Rise Condo Downtown Ft. Lauderdale
Bask in the breathtaking views from our high rise condo in Downtown Ft. Lauderdale. Located in the middle of Las Olas, we're minutes away from both Ft. Lauderdale and Miami International airport. Just a few minutes away from popular attractions like Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Hard Rock Stadium, the iconic Guitar hotel and Ft. Lauderdale, Miami and South Beaches. Our building has a state of the art gym, beautiful pool with views overlooking the city, individual conference rooms and so much more!
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Charming Apartment in Las Olas Blvd Isle
Indulge in the epitome of luxury living at this beautiful apartment boasting an idyllic poolside view. Nestled within walking distance of the renowned Las Olas Boulevard, known for its exquisite shopping and culinary delights, this residence offers an unparalleled blend of convenience and elegance. Wake up to the allure of an inviting poolside scene just beyond your window, beckoning you to embrace the day with tranquility and serenity. The apartment's seamless integration of indoor and outdoor
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Apt 8 - Luxurious Modern Escape: Close to beach
I have lived in east Fort Lauderdale for over 45 years. This property is a flavor of local Ft Lauderdale living. Designed with an eye for detail, you can unwind after a day at the beach and a night in town in a clean and modern one-bedroom apartment. Completely private from the street. (Look for my other gorgeous apartments all located in Lake Ridge.) Apt 2 - Spacious Luxury Escape: Close to beach Apt 3 - Luxurious Modern Escape: Close to beach Apt 9 - Luxurious Modern Escape: Close to beach

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Stay near Fort Lauderdale's top sights

Bonnet House Museum & Gardens314 locals recommend
The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale653 locals recommend
Royal Caribbean4 locals recommend
W Fort Lauderdale290 locals recommend
Broward Center for the Performing Arts292 locals recommend
Las Olas Beach455 locals recommend

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Luxury heated pool near beach and Wilton Manors #2
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Stylish 1BR Apt in Coral Ridge - Prime Location!

Quick stats about vacation rentals in Fort Lauderdale

Total rentals

6.7K properties

Rentals with dedicated workspaces

4.1K properties have a dedicated workspace

Rentals with a pool

4K properties have a pool

Pet-friendly rentals

2.5K properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

3.4K properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

247K reviews

Your guide to Fort Lauderdale

Welcome to Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale has moved beyond its reputation for drawing hoards of Spring Breakers to also become one of the most family-friendly beach destinations in Florida. The self-described Venice of America has a system of canals that offers a unique way to visit the many golden beaches, secluded state parks, and historic districts in and around the city. Opportunities for outdoor adventure abound on land and sea. Aquatic enthusiasts will enjoy popular water sports such as snorkelling, paddleboarding, and deep-sea fishing. Popular land-based pursuits include experiencing the city’s culture, enjoying relaxing beach days, and strolling along the so-called style mile on Las Olas Boulevard and the lush, red-bricked Riverwalk. A booming outdoor public art and museum scene complement the growing options for craft beer and al fresco dining in town, pointing to a hip and creative side that’s not to be missed. However you choose to spend a holiday in Fort Lauderdale, expect sunny days, your choice of delicious locally caught seafood, and colourful southern Florida sunsets.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Fort Lauderdale

While anytime is a good time to visit Fort Lauderdale, the warm (average 27 degree Celsius) months of December to April are busy during Spring Break and school holiday times. As summer temperatures warm up into the mid 30s Celsius in this subtropical city, the heat and humidity of the day can give way to afternoon thunderstorms, which are quickly followed again by sunshine. Water sports such as snorkeling, fishing, and jet skiing are very popular during the summertime as a respite from the heat. September and October are underrated shoulder months for visiting Florida, with dry, warm weather and a less crowded beach and city scene. Hurricane season stretches from early June to the end of November.

Top things to do in Fort Lauderdale

Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation

Plan a day trip to the Big Cypress Reservation, an hour’s drive west of Fort Lauderdale. Here, you can learn about the land and culture of the Seminole Indians. Stop in at the Smithsonian-affiliated Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum to admire realistic displays of how the Seminole people have hunted, traveled, traded, and celebrated.


Greater Fort Lauderdale has more than 37 km of sun-drenched golden beaches along its coastline, much of it connected by the city’s signature Beachfront Promenade and Wave Wall. Enjoy the white sand and surf of Fort Lauderdale or Lago Mar Beach Parks. Rent bikes and pedal along the Hollywood Beach Broadwalk, which stretches nearly 4 km, with the Atlantic Ocean on one side and shops, outdoor cafes, and a farmer’s market on the other.

Hugh Taylor Birch State Park

Fort Lauderdale’s most prominent park was gifted to the city by its namesake, Hugh Taylor Birch. The 180-acre park is an urban oasis in the middle of the city, nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intercoastal Waterway. Home to gopher tortoises, as well as towering banyan and gumbo limbo trees dripping with Spanish moss, this park is an inviting natural sanctuary. Walk, inline skate, or even Segway underneath the shade of a thick palmetto forest.

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