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  2. Sailboat Bend
Bedroom with limited availability.

Modern, high ceiling with 3 speed fan in addition to central air/heat. Wood floor and queen size bed. TV with Roku is available. Two large windows, one with plantation shutter. Please also consider our new listing: "Enjoy staying on beautiful air -conditioned yacht".

G$11,506 per night
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  2. Victoria Park
Sunny Room

Small, but nice, single room w/private access from outside; twin size bed is suitable for one person only. We have another room w/2 beds in the main house. Bathroom is shared and is located down hallway. Furnished w/antiques in a house built in 1925 and set in a registered wildlife habitat.

G$12,343 per night
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  1. Private room
  2. Davie
Sunset Resort House Rooms/RB&Gray

Although this listing is for a room, as a guest, feel free to enjoy the entire living area which includes kitchen living room and shared bathroom. You'll be minutes away from south floridas most popular amenities like the hard rock cafe, crystal clear beaches, and the Florida Everglades. The airport is 8 miles away The Hard Rock Stadium which will be hosting the 2020 super bowl is just a ten minute drive away. Shop till you drop at Floridas best malls The Sawgrass Mills Mall and Aventura Mall.

G$7,801 per night

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Fort Lauderdale beach houses

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Private Backyard, 3 Bedroom on the Water, w/Pool
G$42,469 per night
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Ft Lauderdale Ocean Front Beach Home Best Location
G$144,114 per night
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  2. Lauderdale Beach
Pairidaeza/heated pool/3 minute walk to the beach
G$86,881 per night
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  2. Lauderdale Beach
Bright Fort Lauderdale Beach Home w/ Private Pool!
G$134,938 per night
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  2. Hollywood Beach
Orchid Beach House Steps from the Beach!!
G$80,097 per night
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  2. Fort Lauderdale
Gorgeous Private Las Olas-Idlewyld Home
G$68,739 per night
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  2. Coral Ridge
Welcome to The Great Escape, Newly Listed!!!
G$109,833 per night
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  2. Pompano Beach
Pompano Beach ocean front house
G$73,222 per night
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  2. Hollywood Beach
** STUNNING, MODERN & QUIET BEACH HOUSE **
G$58,726 per night
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  2. Lauderdale Beach
Nautical Beach House-Steps from the beach
G$127,093 per night
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  2. Galt Mile
Waterfront, 5 Bedrooms, Private Pool, Beach Close
G$73,850 per night
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  2. Imperial Point
Waterfront Family Luxury Home Pool, Jacuzzi, Grill
G$56,979 per night

Lake houses in Fort Lauderdale

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  2. Sailboat Bend
Waterfront coastal apartment #1
G$19,875 per night
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  2. Lauderdale Lakes
2022 Renovated Smart Home 🎯 w/A Surprise Amenity 🤫
G$36,850 per night
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  2. Poinsettia Heights
Adventure Villa W/ Paddle Boards + Kayak + Bikes
G$28,542 per night
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  2. Poinsettia Heights
Waterfront unique private studio pool*beach*wilton
G$25,253 per night
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  2. Oakland Park
Beautiful suite with private entrance!!! 🌴
G$19,427 per night
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  2. Oakland Park
Palm Breeze Waterfront Delight
G$49,402 per night
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  2. Oakland Park
Comfortable room on the canal
G$23,013 per night
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  2. Fort Lauderdale
Marina House-Heated Pool and Hot Tub/Amazing View!
G$67,992 per night
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  2. Sunrise
A piece of Jamaica in Ft Lauderdale
G$8,339 per night
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  2. Lauderdale Beach
NEW-CasaGemini~Walk to Beach-Hot Tub-Pool-Games
G$170,563 per night
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  2. Wilton Manors
Manor on The Middle River with Pool & Game Room!
G$70,232 per night
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  2. Las Olas Isles
Waterfront Estate Home East Las Olas Isles
G$29,887 per night

Fort Lauderdale vacation rentals

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  2. Middle River Terrace
Rooster’s Retreat III
G$8,996 per night
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  2. Coral Ridge
Huge Studio in the heart of Fort Lauderdale Beach
G$14,644 per night
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  2. Coral Ridge Isles
C 1 ENTIRE POOL GLAMP CABIN for 1 TROPICAL 30DAY
G$10,879 per night
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  2. Lauderdale-by-the-Sea
Relax by seaside.
G$13,598 per night
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  2. Central Beach
Marriott's BeachPlace Towers 1 Bedroom 1 Bath
G$40,048 per night
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  2. Poinsettia Heights
Mid Century Modern Studio w/ Private Bathroom
G$13,659 per night
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  2. Central Beach
Marriott Ft Lauderdale Luxury Studio sleeps 4
G$32,247 per night
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  2. Wilton Manors
Room & Bath w/ private entrance in Wilton Manors
G$13,598 per night
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Boho Chic Guesthouse 8 minutes from the beach !!!!
G$13,898 per night
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Cozy Studio Near Downtown Fort Lauderdale
G$8,548 per night
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  2. Poinsettia Heights
Private and Tranquil 1 bdrm w/ pool 2 mi to beach!
G$21,967 per night
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  2. Fort Lauderdale
Villa with Heated Pool, Laundry, Ping Pong & More
G$24,674 per night

Your guide to Fort Lauderdale

Introduction

Glitzy Miami and posh Palm Beach may buzz with celebrity sightings, but visitors more interested in relaxing in Southern Florida’s legendary sunshine gravitate to Fort Lauderdale in Broward County. There’s still a certain level of luxury to be found here — the waterfront mansions and mansion-sized yachts are proof of that — Fort Lauderdale is more laidback than its big-name neighbors.

The city’s 165 miles of waterways have earned it the nickname the “Venice of America,” and you’ll likely stay or dine along the water. Be sure to stroll the Riverwalk, located in a popular arts and culture district, and hop on the Water Taxi, which brings you from the beach to the trendy shops and restaurants of the Las Olas neighborhood.

While you could spend all your time sprawled out on the soft-sand beach, there are also historic homes, excellent museums, nature centers, and state parks within easy reach. And when the sun goes down, lively stretches of beach bars, dance clubs, and salty dives light up the night.


How do I get around Fort Lauderdale?

Five miles from the city center, busy Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) offers direct and connecting flights on more than a dozen airlines. Additionally, Miami International Airport (MIA) is just 30 miles from Fort Lauderdale and is served by a larger selection of international airline carriers.

Attractions in Fort Lauderdale are fairly spread out, so it’s easiest to get around by car. The city is also a good base to explore the coast, from Miami to Palm Beach and all the charming Old Florida enclaves in between. In town, consider ditching the car for a day to soak up the Florida vibes on a rented scooter. You can also catch a ride on the Water Taxi or Sun Trolley for downtown transportation with a sightseeing twist.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Fort Lauderdale?

Fort Lauderdale’s busy season is between December and April, but a year-round average temperature of 77 degrees Fahrenheit means it’s always a good time to stay in one of the area’s vacation rentals. There are essentially two seasons in this subtropical destination. The wet season lasts from April through October and brings humid weather and temperatures in the high 80s, as well as occasional heavy rain showers and a chance of hurricanes. Mild winds and ocean breezes cool things off, but even the nights are hot, so you’ll want to pack light, loose clothing. In the dry season, expect daytime temperatures in the mid-70s; in December and January, you may even want a light jacket and a sweater, because low temperatures can dip to 60 degrees.


What are the top things to do in Fort Lauderdale?

The beaches

Greater Fort Lauderdale boasts 23 miles of beautiful, wide, golden-sand beaches. In Fort Lauderdale proper, Fort Lauderdale Beach Park features a playground, volleyball and basketball courts, and picnic areas. Head north along the shore and you’ll reach popular Las Olas Beach and its bustling promenade lined with beach bars and souvenir shops. Continue along the promenade (or the shore) and you’ll hit calmer Fort Lauderdale Beach.

Boat tours

One of the best ways to experience Fort Lauderdale is on the water, whether it’s a canal tour through quiet residential waterways and past the mansions and private yachts of Millionaire’s Row, or a cruise up the New River where the city abruptly gives way to nature. You may even encounter the occasional manatee.

Everglades National Park

Everglades National Park is just over an hour’s drive southwest of Fort Lauderdale. Take a classic airboat tour through parts of the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States in search of wading birds and alligators.