Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa Staycation

Ever want to get away from your everyday life and go somewhere peaceful and luxurious yet still exciting and pleasurable well whether you’re a local or from out of town, the Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa is the ultimate getaway and the perfect place for some nice rest and relaxation.

Only a 45 minute drive from Miami, this resort feels oceans away because of the difference in vibes. Unlike Miami’s fast-paced feel, as soon as you enter the lobby of this resort you feel welcomed and calm. The resort is set on 16 acres amid South Florida’s largest private beach.

With a neutral color-palette and simplistic décor, the room offers all the sophistication and functionality you need for a beachside getaway. Our king-sized bed delivered the perfect night’s sleep after a full day at the resort with plenty of space to spread out. The views from the room are breathtaking, especially during sunrise and sunset.

The pool, look at how pretty! My favorite thing about this space was the countless palm trees, it gave the pool area such a cool atmosphere.

 Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa  offers several options for restaurants and bars. The Sea Level Restaurant Bar was one of my favorite, this is where we spent our time enjoying the waves with a few drinks and snacks. I ordered ” Mangoloza” created by winner of Marriott’s master of the craft 2022 and it was so delicious!

3030 Ocean Restaurant is the resort’s upscale seafood restaurant open nightly for dinner. I loved my Sea Scallops – saffron risotto.

My stay at the  Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa was a perfect relaxing getaway we never felt like we had to leave the resort for anything. Overall, the hotel features more than enough dining options and activities to satisfy all types of travelers. You can’t go wrong with the Marriott Harbor Beach Resort hotel.

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