Cozy Studio with private beach access and Beach view! in the town of Lauderdale by The Sea, near to restaurants (Sea Watch, Arubas, Publix etc), shops and entertainment, with fishing piers for your fun in between a couple miles on each direction, and about 25-30 minutes from Fort Lauderdale international airport. Very relaxing and quite community with private beach, pool, free guest parking, Just the perfect location for your summer, winter and all year round vacation getaway!!!
Our Studio offers a clean warming look and feeling, with a beautiful & functional kitchen, recently updated, along with basic cable tv and free wifi, towels, linens, Beach Chairs, umbrella., and all these features available to you a few steps away form our private beach!!!
Easy access with lock box at gate entrance allowing our guest to check in anytime after 3 pm( once complete clean up is completed) and available host communication for any questions in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
Also located between other major cities, casinos, and malls with less than one hour drive to the city of Miami, West Palm Beach, Sawgrass Mall, Aventura Mall, Galleria Mall, Hard Rock cafe & casino, Gulfstream Park Racing & Casino, Isle Casino Racing Pompano Park and much more!
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The southern half of Lauderdale-by-the-Sea is situated between Fort Lauderdale and the Village of Sea Ranch Lakes, Florida. The Town's northern municipal neighbor is Pompano Beach. The entire town is located on a long, narrow barrier island separated from the mainland by the Intracoastal Waterway (spanned by one drawbridge at Commercial Boulevard), stretching approximately one-half dozen blocks to the Atlantic Ocean. The town is centered on the junction of State Road A1A and Commercial Boulevard. The main industry is tourism; the town has many hotels and motels used by visitors, especially during the winter; many of its older hotels and buildings reflect mid-century modern architecture design [MiMo]. Recognized by the Florida Legislature in 2016 for its near-shore coral reefs and efforts to promote scuba diving, the town is known as Florida's Beach Diving Capital. With a coral reef just 100 yards offshore, the Town is a popular spot for scuba divers, especially just south of Anglin's Pier.