Extended Stay America - Fort Lauderdale - Plantation
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Extended Stay America - Fort Lauderdale - Plantation
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Extended Stay America - Fort Lauderdale - Plantation
Travel Blogs from Plantation
... things of the day was Chloe on the travellators...she got on and then desperately tried to get off the wrong way...had us in stiches.
Anyway pretty exhausted, we made it to our first stop - Coconut Grove. Taxi to the hotel everyone was tired and moody, except Chloe who talked non stop about things at nursery. She literally didn't draw a breath! Hotel has 2 bedrooms and a sitting room that has a pull out bed for CHloe. So lots of space for our first ...
We had a super early start this morning leaving the campsite at 7 am. Everyone was a bit flat due to a clear lack of sleep but after a nap in the car people perked up pretty quickly. Today the drive was 7 or so hours so we had a big day ahead of us. Luckily we stop every hour and a half roughly to break it up. The closer we got to Miami the bluer the skies and the more colourful the buildings. Also palms trees became more common. We stopped into ...
... We could see a couple of the flight attendants get a first-aid kit and tend to one of the passengers. The plane turned around. By 01:15 we were back at the gate waiting for the paramedics.
The paramedics did arrive and they attended to the passenger. We could not tell what was going on, but the activity was not very frenetic. Next we saw two ladies come on board wearing surgical style face masks. After a few minutes ...
We arrived in Fort Lauderdale at 10:45 a.m. We checked directly into our hotel at Comfort Suites for some much needed rest. We have been to Fort Lauderdale many times, so we didn't really want to tour, but we decided to catch up on our reading ...
... back on so fondly. We had a great group of friends including Don and this was the time of Jeff's life that led him into ministry. Don ended up moving to Florida in 1980 and we have kept loosely in touch since through Christmas cards and occasional visits. We hadn't seen Don for almost 10 years and knew that our time in Florida would be incomplete without a visit. Don now lives in Plantation, a suburb of Ft. Lauderdale, which ...