Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Stay with Inspirato on the southeastern coast of Florida in Fort Lauderdale, famous for its sunny weather and abundance of boating canals. Just minutes from the beach, Inspirato’s Grand Canal, an elegant 16th-floor residence at The Ritz-Carlton, Fort Lauderdale, provides access to five-star amenities and stunning views. Inspirato’s two oceanfront penthouse residences—Cypress and Cobia—are just across the street from white-sand beaches and each boasts an expansive terrace with ocean and Intercoastal Waterway views.

Seventeen additional one- and two-bedroom residences in the Conrad offer even more options for a luxurious getaway.

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Sparkling Beaches on Florida’s Southeast Coast

Often referred to as the Venice of America because of its elaborate canal system, sunny Fort Lauderdale boasts a semi-tropical climate, blissful year-round ocean breezes, and sun-drenched beaches. A favorite vacation spot for families, the coastal city offers a range of activities at sea, including boating, snorkeling, fishing, and more. And there are plenty of diversions on land as well, such as the Beachfront Promenade—a top spot for strolling and biking—and Las Olas Boulevard, the area's hip shopping, dining, arts and culture thoroughfare, running east to west to create the exquisite Riverwalk.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested airport
    Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL)
  • Average temperature
    84°F in summer; 38°F in winter
  • Peak season
    Winter
  • Population
    180,000
  • Average water temperature
    84°F in summer; 77°F in winter

Destination Highlights


  • Las Olas Boulevard

    Las Olas Boulevard is Fort Lauderdale's best-known shopping district. Shop eclectic boutiques, stroll through trendy arts galleries, linger over a latte at a sidewalk cafe, or enjoy alfresco cocktails at a charming bistro.

  • Fort Lauderdale Beach Park

    No trip to Fort Lauderdale would be complete without a visit to the area’s sparkling beaches. Pack a towel and head to this seven-mile stretch of beachfront to sunbathe, enjoy an outdoor workout, or frolic in the waves.

  • Bonnet House Museum and Gardens

    Nature lovers will particularly enjoy a stroll through this serene, 35-acre parcel—a sanctuary amid the city. Tour the manicured gardens or browse the museum's collection of art and decorative objects.

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Weather


  • Forecasting Your Fort Lauderdale Vacation

    As a vacationer's paradise, Fort Lauderdale is temperate and pleasant year-round. In the summer, temperatures can climb into the high 80s and low 90s, while the lows never go much lower than 60 degrees no matter when you visit. June and September are rainier than most months, while November through April is the dry season.

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Map of Fort Lauderdale

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