The Hollywood Beach Resort — Photo courtesy of Dale Mack
The Hollywood Beach Resort is one of those legendary hotels where patrons often wished the walls could talk.
Hollywood, FL, just south of Fort Lauderdale, has a certain cache all its own. It speaks of the glamour and the draw of old Florida while embodying the modern-day, as well as a glimpse into the area’s future. It boasts a seaside two-and-a-half-mile Broadwalk, which is lined with a variety of restaurants (both sit-down-as-you-are-and-grab-a-menu-type as well as fine dining).
You'll also find unique boutiques, live entertainment, great people-watching and a spectacular view of the Atlantic that is hard to beat. Hollywood can be a truly unforgettable experience.
This is where the Hollywood Beach Resort comes in. Located right on the famous Broadwalk, this "Grand Lady," as it's called here, is a testament of the classic architecture of the year it was constructed: 1925, at the height of Florida's early land boom. It was uniquely designed in the Mediterranean Revival style, the same as the Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach as well as the Biltmore Hotel just south in Coral Gables.
This resort offers a comfortable stay. All rooms have a city or ocean view, and are complete with a full kitchen or kitchenette. Convenient amenities are available including a concierge, sparkling outdoor heated pool, laundry room on every floor, fitness center, Jacuzzi, wireless Internet access and 24-hour security.
Transportation is available from the Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport and Port Everglades.