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Great place to stay if you’re ever in this part of Florida. Our room was right over the strip,( I guess it’s the old part) and was great for watching the action on the busy street below. Would be an awesome hotel to party in...More
We had been visiting the Fort Lauderdale area for a number of years when our kids were smaller and we remember how lively and entertaining Las Olas Riverfront was some 10 years ago. Full of restaurants, shops and galleries. It's a complete ghost town now....More
Tasteful, large rooms, with all business conveniences en suite. We stayed in the new tower. Business-Luxury. Walking through the original hotel we enter Las Olas Blvd with quaint boutiques, bakeries. Enjoyed spa services(excellent) and the relaxing river walk. Hardworking restaurant staff served delicious breakfast on...More
I was around for when the first brick was laid, then did live remotes on WPLL and WINZ with my radio show (the Liz Wilde Show) at several of the venues here. It was booming and bustling with life, action, art, and great food. We...More
Not the Riviera but still a quiet, pleasant walk along the riverside. Some shops, bistros but also empty rental spaces. A river taxi is a pleasant diversion - start at one end, do a walkabout and grab the taxi to return. A drink along the...More
It's run down now. Needs a huge facelift. There doesn't seem to be any money flowing into this property or if it is the owners are not reinvesting it into the property. When it first opened it was great. The restaurants and the bars were...More
It looks nice from the architecture perspective, but it seemed like a ghost town. I am not sure if it was because of the rainy day, but I dared to talk to some store clerks and I was informed that the place will be relocated...More