Hyatt Place Ft. Lauderdale 17th Street Convention Center

Address: 1851 SE 10th Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33316, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Harbordale area of Fort Lauderdale, is near Carrie B Cruises, Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum, 15th Street Fisheries, and Stranahan House.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHyatt Place Ft. Lauderdale 17th Street Convention Center Fort Lauderdale

    Reviewed by heatheravan

    Handy to Wharf

    Reviewed Nov 26, 2012
    by (64 reviews) Perth , Australia Flag of Australia

    Very happy with in house laundry at $1.50 wash and $1.50 drier. Has a pool and small gym. Good breakfast and helpful staff. Only real complaint is a soft double bed.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by drtee

    Meh

    Reviewed Jan 1, 2010
    by (6 reviews) From the original "OC"--Oak Cliff! (Dallas, TX) , United States Flag of United States

    Overnight before a cruise. The mob to take the "free shuttle" to the port isn't worth it. There is no order, no attempts to organize, and yahoos will push you out of the way to break line. Take a taxi.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Hyatt Place Ft. Lauderdale 17th Street Convention Center Fort Lauderdale

    Made things right

    from

    We have stayed in this property several times and always had a clean, reasonably priced room with a free breakfast. We just returned from two nights stay Jan 4 & 5. The first room we got was in terrible shape and the shower didn't work. The shower was fixed but we asked for a new room and got it. Plus a $60 credit back for the previous night's fiasco. The breakfast was fine and we have always enjoyed it. Would suggest you check out the room and make sure it meets your standards before you put in your luggage.

    Just what we needed...

    from

    This hotel is what we needed for our recent (11/06/04)pre-cruise stay in Fort Lauderdale. It was very convenient to restaurants and convenience stores. It also has airport & pier transportation which we did not use since our car rental offered shuttle service to the pier. Our room was recently remodeled & very clean. When we first walked into the room it did smell damp, but considering they are in Ft Lauderdale it didn't bother me too bad. The continental breakfast was more than filling with lots of options. The outdoor pool & fitness were adequate. I would not hesitate to stay here again.

    A Good Choice

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    Look folks, if you are looking for a good hotel for a short stay (perhaps before or after a cruise from Ft. Lauderdale), Amerisuites is just fine. Their shuttle was timely, the breakfast was full of good choices and well prepared, the rooms were clean, and the management did their job. Additionally, the hotel is located near many restaurants. What more could you want? For a short stay it is quite sufficient - I have no complaints at all. If you are staying longer than two nights and are expecting a little more luxury, well spend a lot more and find yourself a a resort with more amenities. If you are just passing through Ft. Lauderdale and want a clean, comfortable place to stay, this is definitely a good choice, especially because it includes the free shuttle (airport and cruise port), and a good breakfast. Tip: Entertainment Card rates can get you a suite here for as low as $54 a night!

    Not the greatest... go elsewhere

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    Stayed here one night pre-cruise. Took FOREVER for the shuttle driver to pick us up at FLL. Not enough front desk staff - one one person, there must have been 20 people waiting to check-in. Reserved two rooms, one for the kids and one for us, got there, found rooms on two different floors and they would not change them! No bellhop, getting bags to rooms on two diffrent floors was a pain. Worst thing, next AM shuttle to Port Everglades - the wait time was 3+ hours, people cutting in the shuttle line, no help from hotel staff. Finally called a cab, when it arrived, we had to fight off others just to get to it - good thing the cab company had out last name, otherwise we'd have been forced to let someone else take it. HIGHLY unorganized for a cruise Saturday - staff is of no help whatsover. Do yourself a favor - stay at the Embassy Suites or Pier 66.

    Ants in the Room.

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    We stayed at this hotel after a cruise from Port Everglades. When we got to the room, we noticed it was a bit run down, but didn't complain because it was only one night. But, when we got to the bed and turned on the light, we noticed that an ARMY of tiny ants was making its way across the wall and behind the bed. We called to complain and asked to move to another room. The front desk staff told us that the hotel was full and we couldn't move. So, we asked, what do we do about all these bugs in the room. Are they tiny ants? the front desk clerk asked? (Clearly they had heard this complaint before.) They offered to send someone up to spray insecticide all over the room. We refused that, not wanting to sleep in a chemical fog all night. So, they sent two men up to wipe the walls down with some kind of orange oil. We ended up pulling the beds out from the wall and sleeping with the lights on all night as that seemed to discourage some of the ant traffic. We did not ask for a refund, just chalking this up to a less than great travel experience that we will not repeat.

    Not what expected

    from

    My husband and I stayed at the Amerisuites Hotel in Fort Lauderdale FL prior to departing on a cruise. I choose the hotel not only because of the price and airport transfers, but also because it was an Amerisuites Hotel.

    The hotel itself was nice, however, the location was not desireable. It was off the main street within walking distance to restaurants, however, walking through the neighborhood where it was located was a bit scary.

    The bed was horrible! The springs were literally popping through the one side of the bed so much that my husband had to change me sides in the middle of the night just so I could get some rest. The next day his back hurt so much.

    I would not stay at this hotel again just because of the beds!

    An Excellent Choice

    from

    I have just returned from a 4 day golfing trip to Florida and used Amersuites as our base.First class in every sense as the hotel was clean, tidy and modern, rooms spacious with two double beds and a fold down bed as well.Also included were microwave and fridge.The staff were helpful and friendly and the complimentary breakfast was great and started the day off a treat.Recommended as a good place to stay.

    Great stay!

    from

    My husband and I stayed for 2 nights back in Aug '03. Walking distance of plenty of eateries and convenience stores. Only a quick drive to the beachfront. I would definitely stay again!!!

    Wonderful, relaxed stay....

    from

    I got a great rate for this hotel (budget rates) and was worried that things were going to be bad, but I was pleasantly surprised with a HUGE suite that was nicely furnished and clean. Although no room service, many local resturants delivered and were quick. Free airport shuttle, free parking, public bus a block away for the beach (3 minute bus ride). Granted there is no view of the beach, but I spent the daytime AT the beach! Also, great continental breakfast. Love their waffel iron!

    Pre-Cruise Hotel

    from

    We stayed here prior to our cruise in Apr/2003. This is a good and clean hotel.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hyatt Place Ft. Lauderdale 17th Street Convention Center Fort Lauderdale

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