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- Entire home
- Victoria Park
Tired of the craziness in the world! Why not leaving all behind and staying in the sunshine state and enjoy the pool, Jacuzzi and beautiful historical Victoria park neighborhood. Perfect for families, friends for short term or long term stays. Great place to stay and work remote. Attached guest house is rented separately but available for larger groups if interested. Disclaimer: Absolutely NO parties of any sort allowed, NO extra guests to stay overnight.
- Private room
- Sailboat Bend
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".
- Entire home
- Poinsettia Heights
Thoroughly residential neighborhood, 0.6 mile walk to Wilton Drive. Parking for one car only. Window AC unit. Furnished like a hotel room, just a bedroom and a bathroom. Private entrance, you get the whole apartment to yourself. Microwave, coffee maker, toaster & mini-fridge. No Kitchen No Dryer or Washer Coffee: Keurig, and we provide the first 4 pods Wifi: redundant high speed connections 4K SmartTV, log on to your Netflix/HBO/etc account Parking: free, off-street, one car Crib, Beach gear
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Your guide to Fort Lauderdale
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.
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?
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.
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.