More than 300 miles of navigable inland waterways wind through palatial estates, citrus groves and the unique and exotic Everglades beckoning boats of all sizes and shapes. It is the Intracoastal Waterway stretching south to Miami and the waterfront homes which dot it, that have earned Greater Fort Lauderdale its reputation as the "Venice of America."
Sun-seekers from all over the world come to Fort Lauderdale to play, relax, and sometimes even to
Although long thought to be only for the "rich and famous" that can afford luxurious lifestyles, loyal visitors know that the area offers a wide variety of accommodations and experiences.
Greater Fort Lauderdale offers accommodations for every pocketbook from small inexpensive, family-run inns to deluxe resorts, operated by international award-winning companies.