Located in the heart of a major vacation destination, our hotel is also within driving distance of Everglades National Park and Port Everglades in Greater Ft. Lauderdale.
**A common mistake, Port Everglades (seaport) is not part of the Florida Everglades (wetland ecosystem) **
More About Port Everglades
Ranked as one of the foremost cruise ports worldwide, Port Everglades is also home to two of the largest cruise ships in the world. In 2016, more than 3.8 million passengers traveled to-and-from this bustling seaport.
Location – Port Everglades is central to Fort Lauderdale Beach, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, and Florida’s highway system. Distance from hotel: 10 miles (15 min.)
Cruises – With 9 cruise lines, 39 cruise ships, and a ferry service, Port Everglades offers travelers a variety of options ranging from 4 to 14-plus days. Choose from round trip, one way and round-the-world cruises.
Transportation – With three conveniently located entrances and onsite taxis, vans, and shuttle buses, getting to-and-from the port is a breeze.
Explore the Florida Everglades
Make the most of your trip to the Sunshine State and lodge near Everglades National Park. Many cruise passengers stay a few extra days, either before or after their trip, and explore this lively vacation destination.
Everglades National Park
As the largest subtropical wilderness in the US, Everglades National Park covers 1.5 million acres of South Florida.
Things to Do
Recreational Activities – The area is a popular destination for hiking, biking, kayaking, boating, camping, and fishing.
Guided Tours – Choose from boat, airboat, tram tours, and ranger programs.
The Everglades has two distinct seasons: wet season and dry season
Wet season (April – October) is buggy and no ranger programs are available.
Dry season (November – March) is the best time to visit. Winter months at the Everglades are mild and the humidity is low.