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Snooze in Fort Lauderdale, FL

Snooze in Fort Lauderdale, FL

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Company Info:

Rating: 4.88

Address: 205 N Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL, 33304

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    Comments (8):

    1. Ashley R.
    This place is incredible! We stayed here for memorial day weekend. It has the most beatiful view at a fraction of the price of all the other big hotels. It's directly on A1A but not in the middle of the bars and noise. Very clean with all the amentities you could need for an adult weekend getaway. If you have children and need a pool, etc. Then, this place isnt for you. If you like clean, nice, perfectly located and great value for your money...try Snooze. The hotel is run by a husband and wife who could not be more freindly and accomodating. Anything we needed/wanted, they provided us with.  I will not stay anywhere else when I visit Ft Lauderdale!

    28/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    2. Dawn G.
    We stayed at Snooze this weekend for Tortuga music festival. Robert the owner was awesome work with. Robert went out of his way to accommodate what I needed. The place was very clean and within walking distance to all shops bars and restaurants. I highy recommend staying there. I know I will be back next year or sooner. Also Joe was awesome one checking us in.  GREAT PLACE and very reasonable on price.

    13/04/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    3. Judi M.
    I've stayed at lots of hotels this place was amazing we came in the day before going on a cruise from Miami the owner was so nice we didn't have to get to the ship till 4 so he let us stay there till 2 the place is immaculate and we will be back there many times again Thank you Judi

    01/01/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    4. Teresa W.
    We stayed for 2 nights pre-cruise November 28-29th. We loved everything about this place! We had room 201, an ocean front king with a kitchenette. The room was just as it was described on the website. It even came with dishes, silverware and glasses. The location was perfect. Beach Place is a short walk away where you can find a 24 hour CVS and a water taxi stop. The view from the picture window was breathtaking. Sure, there's no pool, but the beach is right across the street and they even provide towels and chairs. The rooftop bar/patio could rival any of the ones found in SoCal. I'm used to staying at nicer Vegas hotels and I felt at home here. I loved how they combined the charm of an older motel with the amenities and looks you'd expect from a more modern hotel. Service was great, the hotel was clean and the views from the room were outstanding. I think I found my new "home" whenever I find myself in Ft. Lauderdale.

    07/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    5. Scott S.
    Best place I have stayed at in the states so far. Right on the beach. Clean, simple and well thought out. Way cheaper than alternatives and nicer. What a gem of a place to stay. Would recommend it to anyone! Wish we had stayed longer than 2 nights.

    28/04/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    6. Martin S.
    The "welcome" was just great, the room is super clean and quiet (there's the A1A).
    I have the room 201 and it's just a dream.
    This is THE place.
    I have stayed at many places in Fort Lauderdale - this is the best so far.

    29/10/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    7. E T.
    Fort Lauderdale Beach can be quite and adventure when it comes to hotels. The big 4/5 star guns like the Ritz, The Marriott, The W and The Westin are all $300 - $500 per night, which is a bit silly because it's so rare that you are in the actual room. Then there are $120-$180 1/2 star spots like Bahia Cabana, Tropic Cay, Sea Catch or Florida Beach Motels where you probably have a better chance of catching crabs from the bed than Z's. It seems the 3 star $200/night hotels are few and far between. Snooze fits this rare clean and comfortable 3 star category perfectly.

    It is a boutique hotel ... run more like a bed and breakfast than a hotel. (There is only a front desk clerk there during the day ... after dark, you are on your own.) The owner/managers are good about keeping in contact with guests before the stay making sure everything is set. I had a late flight into Fort Lauderdale and they sent me a youtube video on how to operate the lock box my key would be in.

    The rooms themselves are okay ... updated 1960s hotel rooms. The type of updates that are not over the top ... nice laminate floors, clean white tile showers and nice bedding/sheets. They didn't go crazy with marble and cashmere ... but the rooms are comfortable. A bit on the modern/sparse side but MUCH bigger than your average hotel room right off the beach. They feel very IKEA-ish but keep that Florida Beach vibe. I especially love the blown up post cards of the resort from the 1950s on the walls.

    The location here is key ... you are only a block or two from Beach Place ... right on the A1A strip. You can walk so many places here safely and it is right next to Cassablanca Cafe, which is a local spot that all the tourists in the know go to for dinner or live jazz music sometimes.

    Parking and wifi are FREE and there are no resort fees, like 90% of the other hotels charge. Not paying for parking is a rare/welcome thing at a hotel and if I feel that a hotel is putting forth an honest price that doesn't nickle and dime other charges, its a great value. Sleep is a great value.

    The roof deck (and smaller deck overlooking the street) are fantastic people watching spots. The top floor features a bar, lounges and furniture you can relax and unwind on. Unfortunately absent is a jacuzzi ... the views would be amazing up there at sunset in a jacuzzi. The roof deck unfortunately closes around 7 or 8 p.m. which is a bummer because it would be a great place for a cigar after closing a business deal later at night.

    The hotel is immaculately clean for the most part and pride of ownership shows. It's not luxurious but it is comfortable and clean and what more could you ask on Fort Lauderdale Beach? I'd return if I was in the area. In the past, you couldn't convince me to stay anywhere other than the Grand Pelican, but due to all the construction lately, I am more apt to explore other hotels in the area. This is walking distance to everything, the beds are comfortable and the rooms are HUGE.

    All the great yelp reviews really tell the story ... this place will probably be booked when you are looking for hotels, but if it's not ... it's a nice place to stay.

    03/03/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    8. Samantha V.
    ThisVegas girl stayed at the famous SNOOZE HOTEL!!!
    the management was amazing, the roof was the best part! A true getaway!   JOE WAS THE BEST!!  If you want to be in the beach come here , the prices are affordable !

    16/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0